Community Canoe Project Moves Forward in Angoon

Community Canoe Project Moves Forward in Angoon

This past Saturday, Angoon welcomed the red cedar log that will serve as the centerpiece of the recently launched Community Canoe Project.  The log, which is 33 feet long and weighs approximately 10,000 pounds arrived via boat. “We are excited that the log arrived in...
Kootznoowoo CARES Applications to Open on October 1st

Kootznoowoo CARES Applications to Open on October 1st

When Congress passed the CARES Act and it was signed into law in March 2020, $8 billion was set aside for tribal entities, which included nearly half a billion dollars for Alaska Native Corporations. Shortly afterwards, several Lower 48 tribes filed a lawsuit...
KPFST Announces October 2021 Distribution

KPFST Announces October 2021 Distribution

The Trustees of the Kootznoowoo Permanent Settlement Trust (KPFST) announce that the October 1, 2021 distribution from KPFST will be in the amount of $2.78 per trust unit. Income to the Trust is averaged over a five-year period for purposes of calculating distribution...
Albert Howard Appointed to the Board of Directors

Albert Howard Appointed to the Board of Directors

Kootznoowoo, Inc. announces that Matthew A. Kookesh has resigned from his position on the Board of Directors. Mr. Kookesh informed the Board on July 3, 2021, via email of his intent to step down. In 2020, he was re-elected to the Board after having previously served...
KCEF Now Accepting 2021-22 Scholarship Applications

KCEF Now Accepting 2021-22 Scholarship Applications

Application period:  June 15-August 1, 2021 The Kootznoowoo Cultural and Educational Foundation is proud to announce its recommitment to higher education and vocational learning.  Scholarships will be awarded to qualifying students who are attending college or a...
48th Annual Meeting of Shareholders Election Results

48th Annual Meeting of Shareholders Election Results

Kootznoowoo held its 48th Annual Meeting of Shareholders via webcast on Friday, May 28, 2021. The theme for this year’s annual meeting and election was “For Our Grandchildren’s Children”. Kootznoowoo’s new President & CEO Deborah Atuk provided a management report...