Tyonek Native Corporation (TNC) holds and manages several Alaska businesses and entities.
- Corporate Lands
- Tyonek Lodge
- Tyonek fleet of vehicles
- North Foreland Barge Facility near the Village of Tyonek
Together, these businesses offer a wide range of services for businesses in the Oil & Gas, Mining, and Natural Resources industries, as well as local employment opportunities for our shareholders. TNC’s Alaska operations are based in Tyonek-owned and managed land comprising more than 200,000 acres primarily on the West side of Cook Inlet in South Central Alaska.
Tyonek Native Corporation owns and manages more than 200,000 acres of land, as conveyed under the terms of ANCSA in 1971.
Tyonek Native Corporation’s most treasured asset and its shareholders most important resource is its lands. As stewards of over 200,000 acres of private land, Tyonek Native Corporation (TNC) has an obligation to protect its lands and resources so it remains sustainable to TNC and its shareholders. Much of TNC land is situated in the western and lower Cook Inlet, on the upper portions of the Kenai Peninsula, and in the Talkeetna Mountains along the upper portions of the Susitna River.
All TNC lands are Private and open to entry by Permit only.
INISKIN PENINSULA RFQ
Tyonek Native Corporation (“TNC”) is soliciting Qualified Environmental Consultants and Remediation Contractors to submit a quotation for the assessment and cleanup of a contaminated site. RFQs will be accepted until 5:00 PM (AST) on August 7th, 2023. Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to the following address: ATTN: Lands & Natural Resources, 880 H Street, Suite 210, Anchorage, Alaska 99501.