Prince William Sound Kayaking & Stewardship
An 8-day sea kayaking and stewardship expedition in the Prince William Sound with AK Geo and Chugach National Forest. Students will work with 5-10 other students to complete stewardships projects with Chugach National Forest Wilderness Rangers while learning basic camp and sea kayaking skills with their Alaska Geographic instructors. A fully immersive backcountry experience. In partnership with the Chugach National Forest.
Open to all Alaska high school students. One trip offering. Nominations open January 2022. Check back for more details.
Chilkoot Trail Backpacking
Experience Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park through a 7 to 10 day experience backpacking over the historic Chilkoot Trail! In partnership with Klondike-Gold Rush National Park and the Student Conservation Association.
Open to Skagway and Seattle high school students. Two trip offerings. Nomination form open November 2021. Check back for more details.
Nome Archaeology Camp
We partner with National Park Service to host a Nome Archaeology Camp where teens explore the cultural heritage and history of the Bering Straits region. Teens investigate caribou drive lines, map cairn and tent sites, learn the tools to scan and re-print artifacts, and work alongside community elders to identify and catalog items. Teens become immersed in the cultural and natural landscape and become more familiar with National Park Service’s efforts to preserve the history of the region.
Open to high school students from the Bering Strait and Northwest Arctic regions. One trip offering. Nominations open January 2022. Check back for more details.