Elevating Indigenous voices in critical conservation issues.


Alaska Conservation Foundation’s Indigenous Fund (previously called the Travel Fund) supports conservation organizations on the ground addressing critical conservation issues. The current focus of the Indigenous Voices Fund is protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Bristol Bay, the Tongass National Forest, and efforts to prevent hardrock mining across Alaska. The Indigenous Fund enables key staff to travel to hearings, testify in front of decision-makers, and reach important audiences that require travel to/from Alaska, including rural Alaska, as well as Washington DC.


To apply, click here. For helpful hints for using our online application system, click here.


If you have questions regarding Indigenous Voices Fund grants or about your eligibility, don’t hesitate to contact us at grants@alaskaconservation.org.