Our friends at the National Parks Conservation Association calculated that the average income-earning American household pays less than $3 in federal income taxes each year for the National Park Service. Considering [...]
Alaska Geographic has announced a series of new multi-day field courses that will inspire visitors to celebrate 100 years of our National Parks. Five new centennial-themed courses will provide in-depth [...]
(NPS Photo/Erin Fulton) Through a partnership between the National Park Service and the Sealaska Heritage Institute, Master Canoe Carver Steve Brown, along with carvers TJ Young, Jerrod Galanin, Nick [...]
“America has changed dramatically since the birth of the National Park Service in 1916. The roots of the National Park Service lie in the parks' majestic, often isolated natural wonders [...]
Pat Owen watches on as students use radio telemetry to try to find a wolf collar. (Photo Credit: Ed O'Conner) This fall, Denali National Park and Preserve offered Denali’s neighboring [...]
Denali Science School is a new outreach program coordinated by Alaska Geographic and the National Park Service to get Alaskan elementary school kids outside and learning in Denali National Park! [...]
Only a small portion of Alaska is accessible by road. Out of the roads that do exist, there are many gems that provide visitors with access to Alaska’s remote and rugged wilderness. Take a journey down Nabesna Road into the northern reaches of Wrangell St. Elias National Park, or travel north on the Dalton Highway to the very top of the continent – and witness endless majesty along the way!
Over 600 wildfires have burned in Alaska this summer, with 300 fires still currently burning. The state is close to reaching the 3-million mark in acres burned. At this point, […]