Alaska Geographic is a non-profit bookstore, publisher, educator, and supporter of Alaska's public lands--and the official non-profit partner of Alaska’s 15 national parks, 16 national wildlife refuges, and America’s two largest national forests, plus a variety of other public lands. Let Alaska Geographic be your guide to the 49th state.
Its core purpose is to support Alaska’s parks, forests, and refuges—and to help you connect to these remarkable landscapes. Alaska Geographic believes that the more you know about Alaska’s public lands, the more you’ll care about their future.
To accomplish this mission, Alaska Geographic:
For more information, please visit Alaska Geographic’s website, www.alaskageographic.org.
Did You Know?
The Brooks River area hosts the highest density of Arctic Small Tool tradition houses yet known. The people of the Arctic Small Tool Tradition, which dates from about 3,000 to 3,800 years ago, left little evidence of their presence in Alaska.