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Sealaska looks to diversify revenue stream


KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) – As Sealaska Corp. reduces its timber program, the company is exploring new revenue streams, including a possible acquisition of a natural foods business.

Sealaska Natural Resources Manager Brian Kleinhenz told the Ketchikan Daily News on Wednesday during Southeast Conference that the Alaska Native corporation is switching to a permanently sustainable timber harvesting program, which will mean a reduction in harvests.

Kleinhenz said the change will maintain the 200 direct and indirect jobs related to the timber harvests. The company plans to harvest from 40 million...

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