With the new online web form, the deadline for Norton Sound Seafood Cookbook submissions is extended! You have until Tuesday, March 31st to submit your recipes and photos.
NSEDC’s Small Business Initiative (SBI) program awarded a total of $105,000 to four regional entrepreneurs.
Regional fisheries and NSSP operations pump nearly $5.9 million to Norton Sound communities Norton Sound Seafood Products (NSSP) paid out more than $4 million so far in the 2014 fishing season, marking continued growth in the local crab, salmon and halibut fisheries. So far in 2014, $4,004,864 in payments have been made to 212 fishermen who took Learn More
All Norton Sound communities will receive devices, aiding in SAR operations NOME—Thanks to a donation from Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC), search and rescue teams in the Norton Sound region will have a powerful new tool when trying to find lost or overdue parties when time is of the essence. To assist with Search Learn More
Funding closes the budget shortfall to complete interior build-out of the Richard Foster Building NOME—The Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC) Board of Directors has awarded $1.5 million to the City of Nome which will be applied toward Kawerak’s Beringia Center of Culture and Science. The funding was approved at NSEDC’s second quarter board meetings Learn More
Applications are available at nsedc.com, NSEDC offices and from NSEDC Liaisons NOME—Over the years, Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC) has invested millions of dollars in its 15 member communities for projects that aim to improve the quality of life and encourage economic development. One of main ways NSEDC has done this is through the Learn More
NSEDC Board of Directors’ issuance of 2014 Energy Subsidy aids nearly 2,700 regional households Working to ease the bite of electric bills, Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC) paid a total of $1.32 million toward member community residents’ utility accounts in early 2014. The assistance came in the form of a $500 energy subsidy that Learn More
The Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation (NSEDC) Board of Directors has voted to strengthen one of the region’s most robust scholarship programs, increasing the amount available to each recipient to $2,250 per semester. Member community residents may now receive up to $6,750 a year in NSEDC scholarships if they pursue a full-time schedule through spring, Learn More
NOME—Recognizing that high energy costs impact nearly every aspect of life in the Norton Sound region, the Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors voted December 3 to provide a $500 utility subsidy for the region’s residents. NSEDC will issue the subsidy in January 2014 and will soon provide details on the program’s details, including when and Learn More