Active Education in Alaska’s Parks, Forests, and Refuges
Youth Stewardship Programs
Through programs like the Chugach Children’s Forest and Arctic Youth Ambassadors we work with partners across the state to engage young Alaskans from their first outdoor adventures through inspiring leadership opportunities. Pathways to lifelong stewardship start with deep personal connections to places and people.
Day Programs & Events
Around the state, Alaska Geographic coordinates many day programs and events that celebrate our public lands. Whether it’s a presentation, a film screening or a hands-on experience, the more you are exposed to the Alaska’s amazing public lands, the more you will care about these special places.
Partner with Alaska Geographic
All of our programs are based on strong partnerships to connect people with Alaska’s wild places. Alaska Geographic brings together schools, researchers, cultural leaders, businesses, agencies, and many others; collectively we accomplish a lot more than any of us could on our own.
Sponsor our Stewardship Efforts
Each year we work with thousands of young volunteers to cleanup coastlines, restore habitats, protect cultural resources, and help understand Alaska’s changing environment. Donations and grants make this possible by offsetting the high cost of travel, field supplies, and training.
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