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Some of the wildest and most intact ecosystems on earth are found in America’s Arctic. Our goals are to designate the Arctic Refuge coastal plan as Wilderness and provide protections for special places across America’s Arctic. Join with us to continue this Alaskan legacy of stewardship.
Since 1990, the Northern Alaska Environmental Center has been an active sponsor of Camp Habitat Summer Camps which are outdoor nature education and ecology camps for youth that take place at Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge. In 2006 the Northern Alaska Environmental Center partnered with the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District to bring the summer camp experience indoors as an after school program as part of the 21st Century Community Learning Center after school programs.
Alaska is blessed with plentiful clean energy resources across the state, from the Interior to the Southeast. Learn more about energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities in Alaska, as well as personal steps to become a part of the solution. Alaska can be a world leader by exploring and developing innovative energy solutions for our extreme climates.
In the context of mineral resource development, the Clean Water and Mining Program works for an Alaska where environmental policies, laws, and project permitting provides for the preservation of intact ecosystems in Interior and Arctic Alaska. Join with us to continue to work for environmental preservation in Alaska.
Fairbanks is an active community that supports citizen engagement. The Northern Center educates the local community about conservation efforts and engages citizens to create local solutions that protect the environment while improving our quality of life. We work with our community to address public health concerns; maintain clean air and water; and preserve public lands.
Northern Alaska's Preserves, Parks, and Refuges