About Alaska Geographic
Alaska Geographic works in partnership with public land agencies to connect people with Alaska’s national parks, forests, refuges and lands through the creation and delivery of exceptional educational products and programs.
Since 1959, Alaska Geographic has been the nonprofit education partner of Alaska’s spectacular national parks, forests, and refuges; we support education programs and publications, and raise funding for youth programs, stewardship projects, and arts and education programs. Together with our public land partners, we are dedicated to sharing Alaska’s rich natural and cultural heritage.
We are Interpretive Retail Stores
Our statewide stores are education gateways to Alaska’s parks, forests, and refuges. We offer books, trail guides, maps, and interpretive gifts. Visit our online store for pre-trip planning and post trip memories. Revenue from our store sales is returned to the public lands to support vital educational outreach.
To contact our retail store operations: 907-274-8440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are the Field Institute
The Alaska Geographic Field Institute fosters deeper connections to Alaska’s wild places and inspires people to engage as stewards of their public lands. Visit the Field Institute main page to learn about our youth engagement programs, adult/teacher courses, custom educational services. Our primary partners in these field education endeavors are the National Park Service and the Chugach National Forest.
To Contact the Denali operation working at the Murie Science and Learning Center: 907-683-6432, or email@example.com.
To Contact the Southcentral operation in Anchorage: 907-274-8440, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are Partners
We are proud to partner with the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Our retail interpretive stores and educational services have provided millions of dollars in support donations to our agency partners. We also partner with many local and corporate businesses wishing to foster greater stewardship and youth enrichment associated with Alaska’s vast public lands.
To contact our administrative offices: 907-274-8440, or email@example.com.