• Photo of touchable historic three-dimensional map at the Alaska public lands information Center

    Alaska Public Lands



Park Ranger gathers children for wildlife etiquette activities

Schoolchildren gather for wildlife etiquette activities and movie



Your interest in making a donation to Anchorage: Alaska Public Lands Information Center is deeply appreciated.

If you make the gift directly to Anchorage Alaska Centers, your donation will be used for school student education, interpretation and enhancing visitor experiences.

No administrative costs are deducted from your gift, when given directly to the National Park Service for use at the Alaska Centers. Your check will be deposited in a government account. Government accounts are non-interest bearing. To give directly to Alaska Centers, please mail your check to:

Alaska Public Lands Information Center
605 West 4th Avenue, Suite 105
Anchorage, AK 99501

If you have questions concerning donations, please contact us.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The Trans-Alaskan Pipeline is 800 miles long; slightly less than half that length is buried, the remainder is on 78,000 above-ground supports, located 60 feet apart and built in a flexible zigzag pattern. Thermal devices prevent thawing around vertical supports and it has 151 stop-flow valves.