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If you know an outstanding individual or organization working in conservation in Alaska, honor them by nominating them to receive a Conservation Achievement Award! Nominations will be accepted until May 1, 2019.
Happy holidays from Alaska Conservation Foundation! We have made great strides in 2018 and are looking forward to moving into 2019 with our generous supporters.
Today, November 27th, please consider making a special gift to Alaska Conservation Foundation to support our work to protect Alaska’s wild lands, waters, and wildlife.
Ballot Measure 1 aims to bring transparency, balance and a responsible approach to large-scale development projects that impact our salmon habitat. Vote Yes on 1! Stand for Salmon!
Inside Philanthropy, a prestigious online news source that covers philanthropy funders around the country, recently wrote a wonderful piece on Alaska Conservation Foundation! Read it here.
Celebrate our heroes! Join Alaska Conservation Foundation to honor this year’s Conservation Achievement Award recipients and celebrate their inspiring contributions to safeguarding Alaska’s wildlands, waters and wildlife. Thursday, October 11, 2018 12:00pm-3:00pm Williwaw 601 F Street Anchorage, Alaska
On August 1st, NOAA released their annual climate assessment. Among their findings: 2017 was one of the three warmest years on record since the mid-1800s.
The Sustainable Southeast Partnership, a collaborative group working to achieve cultural, ecological and economic prosperity for Southeast Alaska, has recently released a “Finding Balance at the Speed of Trust” which details their story. Sneak Peek: About the Sustainable Southeast Partnership: Through deep collaboration with communities, the Sustainable Southeast Partnership strives to answer these questions: How can […]
Now that the public comment periods for both the Arctic Refuge and Bristol Bay are closed, you might be wondering what you can do to help protect them from resource extraction. You have many options! Continue to reach out to your representatives to discuss the negative impacts of resource extraction in these sensitive areas and […]