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1099s for 2021

Sealaska shareholders can view and download their IRS Form 1099-DIV for 2021 by going to About Me > 1099s - Click here to see your 1099-DIV now!

Protecting Traditional Southeast Native Homelands
Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Former Sealaska intern now administers Sealaska’s carbon program.

“As an intern, I was part of a team that included the U.S. Forest Service and Hoonah Indian Association,” said Mitch. “Together, we conducted stream surveys to identify fish passage obstacles for Coho salmon in areas surrounding Hoonah.”

One hundred years from now, Mitch Haldane’s work will be part of Sealaska’s past. Written in the history books will be a story of transition when Sealaska set aside 165,000 acres of forested lands for a carbon-offset project. For the next 100 years, forests within the project lands will be managed for the purpose of carbon sequestration. Sealaska began receiving income from the carbon project in 2018. Mitch is administering the carbon project, which includes ongoing monitoring, fieldwork and stewardship activities.

In 2016, Mitch interned with Sealaska. His training took place in the traditional homelands of Tlingit people and largest temperate rainforest, working on the carbon-offset project and supporting the Hoonah Native Forest Partnership (HNFP). HNFP is a network of landowners in and around the community of Hoonah, Alaska.

“As an intern, I was part of a team that included the U.S. Forest Service and Hoonah Indian Association,” said Mitch. “Together, we conducted stream surveys to identify fish passage obstacles for Coho salmon in areas surrounding Hoonah.”

Haldane’s work will keep him connected to lands that sustained generations of Indigenous peoples of Southeast. In his new role with Sealaska, he will implement his environmental biology knowledge to support Sealaska’s purpose of working toward improving the health of our oceans and enhancing the natural environment. Haldane is Tlingit, Eagle, Wooshkeetaan, and Tsimshian.

Learn More about Sealaska’s Intern Program

Sealaska offers a paid, professional internship experience through on-the-job training. Interns learn a variety of operational and technical aspects of their job assignments, as well as organizational, analytical, interpersonal and leadership skills to advance their professional growth.

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