Giving back to nature our most generous provider. Alaska Glacial Mud Co. is proud to contribute 10% of all profits to wilderness preservation, habitat restoration, sustainable community development and environmental education. We'd like to thank the following organizations and individuals whose work to raise awareness and preserve habitat ensures the long-term sustainability of this impressive place we call home. Click on the name to learn more about each organization (links open in new windows).
Cascadia Wildlands Project's Alaska Field Office is dedicated to defending this last big wild from the corporate interests who threaten it. With the benefit of hindsight, we intend to avoid the mistakes of the past, and build a prosperous, sustainable future.
The Copper River Watershed Project provides residents with a forum to consider and implement innovative approaches for achieving balance between a diverse economy and healthy ecosystems while maintaining our quality of life and our cultural heritage.
The Eyak Preservation Council works to protect the inherent rights of culture, heritage, language, and ancestral lands needed to preserve the Eyak Tribes' continued existence as an independently recognized Alaska tribal nation.
The goals of Science of the Sound are: to provoke inquiry into the natural world, to increase science and ecological literacy, and to foster responsibility for the sound use of our natural resources. This program uses hands-on learning and outdoor education to inspire personal connections to the natural world and responsible decision making to sustain it.