Subsidiaries


APICDA and its subsidiary companies generate proceeds through the management of the Community Development Quotas, Tourism activities and investments to achieve its charitable purpose of supporting the villages of Akutan, Atka, False Pass, Nelson Lagoon, Nikolski and St. George.


APICDA Joint Ventures

APICDA Joint Ventures (AJV) is the primary holding company for all of APICDA’s for-profit operations. The majority of our companies are consolidated under AJV.  AJV is focused on creating economic development, growing commerce in the region and supporting communities.


Atka Pride Seafoods

Atka Pride Seafoods (APS) is a 50/50 partnership between APICDA Joint Ventures and the Atka Fishermen’s Association. The plant, located in Atka, processes halibut and sablefish in H&G (headed and gutted) and fillet product forms.


Aleutian Adventures

Aleutian Adventures manages APICDA’s sport hunting and fly fishing activities in the communities of Nikolski, Nelson Lagoon and other remote areas of the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutians. In 2017, our tourism division expanded opportunities in the region by introducing an ecotourism program, Alaska Adventure Travel, in unison with their successful hunting and fishing programs that employ local residents. For more information please visit the Aleutian Adventures website.  


Alaska Adventure Travel

Alaska Adventure Travel is APICDA’s ecotourism operation dedicated to employing local residents and spreading cultural and environmental awareness to their clients through unique vacations and tours in the Aleutian-Pribilof region. They offer small group expeditions to produce more personal and beneficial experiences, and minimize their footprint on the pristine environments visited. Please visit the
Alaska Adventure Travel website to find out more.


Nelson Lagoon storage

Nelson Lagoon Storage

Nelson Lagoon Storage Company is a partnership between APICDA Joint Ventures and the Nelson Lagoon Tribal Council. The company operates as a gear and vessel storage business in Nelson Lagoon to support the summer salmon fishery.