A collection of all current action items.
Check out these current action items. Click on an item to read more about it.
Here is our latest version of The Northern Line - Summer 2014 version. Please click through to see what we've been working on, meet our new Interns, and see what we have planned for this summer.
Please join us on Sunday, July 27th for the 18th Annual Run for the Refuge with 5K walk/run, 10K run, and 1 mile Walk for Wilderness to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
Sign up as NEW MEMBER in June to win great prizes. Already a member? Refer friends and you can win prizes too!
Public hearings testimony across the state overwhelmingly opposed HB 77 ~ Alaskans do not want to be silenced on decisions affecting on our lands and waters! Find the latest here.
Victory! Shell Oil Company announces that it is backing out of drilling in the Arctic Ocean for 2014! And Northern Center has major legal victory with Native Village of Point Hope and other Native and conservation allies over Chukchi Sea leasing.
Come testify at the ADEC Air Quality Public Hearing Jan 7, 2014 5:00pm - 7:00pm at Westmark Hotel Yukon Room- 813 Noble Street, Fairbanks
Please join us for our 2013 Fundraising Auction! Saturday, NOVEMBER 2nd 5:30pm start Princess Hotel TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
Your free ticket to explore the Western Arctic with local author, Debbie S. Miller and book contributors on Nov 17, 2012- 7pm at Schaible Auditorium. The program will feature images and natural sounds from the Western Arctic based on three seasons of explorations with a team of outstanding photographers, including Patrick Endres and Hugh Rose of Fairbanks.
This summer, a group of Alaskans from the central Brooks Range and beyond came together to create the Brooks Range Council (BRC) – an organization intended to halt the state’s plans to build the proposed road to the Ambler Mining District from the Dalton Highway, in the northwest Alaskan arctic. Click to read more!
Fairbanks is located in the interior of Alaska, but what happens in our oceans affects us all. As a gateway to the Arctic, we express solidarity with coastal peoples. On August 4th, we'll gather at the Northern Center (830 College Road) at 11am to share stories about the Arctic Ocean, take the official hands across the sands (backyard) picture, and enjoy a potluck picnic.