Research and discovery in the subarctic and arctic
The Murie Science and Learning Center is part of a national effort to increase the amount of scientific research in the national parks, and thus the effectiveness of science-informed decision making, and to make that science available to the public.
With a facility located in Denali National Park, the Murie Science and Learning Center represents eight of Alaska's arctic and subarctic national parks. The Center is run by National Park Service in partnership with Alaska Geographic and other organizations. Together the Murie partners create science education and research opportunities far richer than NPS could conduct alone.
Youth Camps, Field Courses and More
From multi-night kids' camps to short naturalist programs, our education programs connect you and the parks of Interior and Northern Alaska.Read More
Teachers, bring a Denali ranger or park educator to your classroom for free! Our live, interactive presentations are both fun and educational.Read More
Meet Our Partners!
Research Learning Centers work with parks and various profit and non-profit entities to connect you to science research in your parks.Read More