Ahtna, Incorporated is based in Glennallen, Alaska and owned by more than 2,100 shareholders, the majority of whom are of Ahtna Athabascan descent. The traditional homelands of the Ahtna people was approximately 26 million acres, or about the size of the state of Ohio. The Ahtna region, located in the south-central interior of Alaska, encompasses the entire Copper River Basin and is nestled between two national parks. Ahtna, Inc. is the only ANCSA region in which its villages are accessible via the road system.
Ahtna, Inc. is well known for their copper.
Ahtna shareholder Ms. Faye Ewan accepted this copper knife on behalf of the Ahtna people at the 47th Annual meeting of the Alaska Anthropological Association in Fairbanks, Alaska in February 2020.
On display in the Ahtna Intertribal Resource Commission conference room.
For more information about Ahtna, Inc., visit the region’s website.