Cook Inlet Region, Inc., also known as CIRI, is one of 12 land-based Alaska Native regional corporations created pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). CIRI’s regional boundaries roughly follow the traditional Dena’ina territory of Southcentral Alaska. CIRI is owned today by a diverse group of more than 9,000 shareholders who live in Alaska and throughout the world.
CIRI is Southcentral Alaska’s largest private landowner, with approximately 1.6 million acres of subsurface estate throughout the state. In addition to its lands, CIRI manages a diverse and strategic investment portfolio for the long-term benefit of CIRI shareholders with investments in energy and infrastructure, with a focus on renewable and green energy, along with real estate, investment securities, land and natural resources, private equity and venture funds, and a government services business portfolio.
Through the success of the investments in CIRI’s well-balanced portfolio, CIRI provides benefits to CIRI shareholders, descendants and Alaska Native and American Indian people in the CIRI region and beyond.
To learn more about CIRI, go to https://www.ciri.com/
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