Agency, Tribal, and Conservation Stakeholders Working Towards Collaborative Land Stewardship in Alaska

Tuesday, December 6, Noon – 1:30 PM AKT

Please join Alaska Conservation Foundation as we host a discussion about how stakeholders representing agencies, tribes, and conservation organizations are coming together to think collaboratively about land stewardship efforts in Alaska.

Hear from: Danielle Stickman, Alaska State Deputy Director, The Wilderness Society; Leanna Heffner, Northwest Boreal Partnership Director, Northern Latitude Partnerships; Mary Hostetter, Tribal Steward, Igiugig Village Council; and Adrienne Lindholm, Alaska Wilderness Program Coordinator, National Park Service.

Specifically, the speakers will discuss the Indigenous Land Stewardship: Creating Meaningful Collaborations across Alaska course, which is part of the Indigenous collaborations program at Alaska Pacific University, Alaska Venture Fund’s Indigenous learning exchange program, the start of a Lake Iliamna Indigenous Guardians Program, and how the National Park Service is reimagining the concept of wilderness in a more inclusive way.

Alaska Conservation Foundation would like to thank our partners: Alaska Venture Fund, National Park Service, Alaska Pacific University, Tribal Village of Igiugig, and The Wilderness Society.