Alaska Conservation Foundation protects the health, resilience, and connectivity of Alaska's communities and landscapes by defending Alaska's public lands and waters and by building resilience to climate change. We support grassroots advocacy, lead climate change adaptation efforts, and strengthen Alaska's conservation movement. By continuously monitoring complex economic, political, and cultural landscapes across the state, we identify opportunities and prioritize where to direct funds to achieve meaningful conservation success. Since 1980, Alaska Conservation Foundation has awarded more than $50 million in grants, sustaining a network of organizations working to craft solutions to Alaska's most pressing conservation challenges. As a result, Alaska's conservation movement continues to build strong communities and sustainable economies supported by a healthy environment.
1227 West 9th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501