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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Brown public use cabin at Uganik Bay Kodiak with blue water and green forest covered mountains in the background.
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Support Your Centers
 
A woman smiles at the camera as she sits on the floor petting a panting husky dog.
Longtime AAPLIC volunteer Erin McLarnon and her sled dog Lily.

The Alaska Centers have lots of opportunities for you, the visitor, to help out. If you can give a few hours of your time to volunteer, spend a little money to browse our bookstores, or donate project skills or funds, the Alaska Centers can always use the help. All centers have a donation box, the proceeds of which help to better our services to visitors. Our bookstores offer interesting and educational literature and movies, and a portion of each purchase goes on to support public lands and education.

 

 

 

 

To learn more about the bookstore go to:
https://www.alaskacenters.gov/alaska-geographic.cfm

To learn more about volunteering go to:
https://www.alaskacenters.gov/volunteer.cfm






A young woman in a green fleece vest smiles at the camera as she proudly holds up photos of flowers and animals.
One of our happy Youth Conservation Corps associates.

The YCC: Youth Conservation Corps

The Youth Conservation Corps is a well-known program that helps to educate and enrich youths since its creation in 1970.

Find out more information and how to be apart of YCC visit our YCC page





 
Bright green grasses and the darker green of a spruce forest are perfectly reflected in the smooth surface of a lake. Green mountains and a blue, cloud-filled sky are in the background. Did You Know?
Nearly one-third of Alaska’s 586,000-plus square miles of land area are located within the Arctic Circle.