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Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC)
ASRC is committed to preserving the Inupiat culture and traditions which strengthen both our shareholders and ASRC. By adhering to the traditional values of protecting the land, the environment and the culture of the Inupiat, ASRC has successfully adapted and prospered in an ever changing economic climate.
ASRC represents eight villages on the north slope of Alaska; Point Hope, Point Lay, Wainwright, Atqasuk, Barrow, Nuiqsut, Kaktovik and Anaktuvuk Pass. ASRC land is abundant with natural resources.
This natural resource based corporation employs 6000 people, has a growing shareholder population of 9000, and has title to approximately five million acres of land. A founding principle of ASRC is respect for the Inupiat heritage.