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By the Numbers:

339,220 acres saved
  • Over 57 projects have been completed in partnership with the Fish and Wildlife Service.
  • Over 12,480 acres have been protected to benefit waterways and wetlands.

Learn About Our Work In Alaska



Projects

Lake Iliamna

Lake Iliamna

Lake Iliamna is Alaska’s largest lake. The depths of its crystal clear waters produce the largest returns of Sockeye...
Wood-Tikchick State Park

Wood-Tikchick State Park

Alaska’s Wood-Tikchik State Park is known for its expansive, undeveloped wilderness and abundant wildlife. As a major spawning area...
Tongass National Forest

Tongass National Forest

Though Alaska is a state of great expanse, small places matter. As the critical first project of The Conservation...
Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative

Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative

With hundreds of pristine rivers, lakes and streams, the Southwest Alaska region abounds with natural resources, diverse habitats, world-class...
Conservation for Culture: Alaska’s Glacier Bay Preserves More than a Park

Conservation for Culture: Alaska’s Glacier Bay Preserves More than a Park

Through a unique partnership, sacred Alaskan cultural land is being protected for traditional uses as part of the national...
Creamer’s Field: How an Alaskan Dairy Farm Became a Wildlife Sanctuary

Creamer’s Field: How an Alaskan Dairy Farm Became a Wildlife Sanctuary

In the heart of Fairbanks, Alaska lies Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. This state refuge provides wetland habitat for...
Kobuk Valley National Park

Kobuk Valley National Park

Every year, Alaska’s Western Arctic caribou herd migrates across a third of the state, including Kobuk Valley National Park. This remarkable herd,...
Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

Internationally recognized for the importance of its wetlands, Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, at the tip of the Alaskan peninsula,...
Demolishing a Deadbeat Dam in Alaska

Demolishing a Deadbeat Dam in Alaska

The Dena’ina people of Eklutna have given much to the growth of Anchorage and Southcentral Alaska. Most of Anchorage...
Chena Greenbelt Project

Chena Greenbelt Project

The Chena Greenbelt is a multi-partner effort to link approximately 30 properties together to form a network of green...
Chugach State Park

Chugach State Park

While Alaska is blessed with an abundance of public land, access to that land is not guaranteed. Chugach State...
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Alaska's Cold, Wild Kenai River

Alaska’s wild salmon are a natural and economic wonder. One of the areas where their amazing journey from spawning...
Admiralty Island National Monument

Admiralty Island National Monument

Located in Tongass National Forest, Admiralty Island National Monument encompasses the majestic landscapes emblematic of Alaska. Here, the remote,...