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COPPER RIVER WATERSHED PROJECT – Cordova, Alaska
The Copper River Watershed Project builds partnerships for on-the-ground projects and watershed-scale planning for economically diverse communities and a thriving, intact watershed.
EYAK PRESERVATION COUNCIL and FOUNDER DUNE LANKARD – Cordova, Alaska
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.
PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND SCIENCE CENTER – Cordova, Alaska
The goals of Prince William Sound Science Centereducation programs 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. The education programs use hands-on learning and outdoor education to inspire personal connections to the natural world and responsible decision making to sustain it.
WRANGELL MOUNTAIN CENTER – McCarthy, Alaska
Based in McCarthy, Alaska, surrounded by our nation’s largest National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias, and just minutes from the toe of the Kennicott Glacier, Wrangell Mountain Center connects people with wildlands through art, science, and, education in Alaska’s Wrangell Mountains.