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Native Corporations: An Important Partner

Economic Players
Doyon Limited
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Headquarters for Doyon, Ltd
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Design Alaska

Fairbanks has three native corporations which have a direct economic impact to the community. Alaska Native Corporations have investments in industries such as oil, mining, tourism, seafood, and forest products social services, and health care.

The Fairbanks Native Association provides services such as behavioral health services and education programs to the Fairbanks community. The Tanana Chiefs Conference is a non-profit organization and is also one of the top 15 employers in Fairbanks, that provides health and social services to the community as well. Doyon, Limited, one of the thirteen regional corporations created by the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, was entitled 12.5 million acres of land in Alaska's interior and is the largest private land owner in Alaska. Doyon Limited does business in tourism, land and natural resources, Utilities, as well as a non-profit charitable organization.  
 
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