Field Schools & Institutes

Alaska Geographic

Image of naturalist and park visitors
A naturalist shares the science behind wolf-tracking via radio telemetry

NPS Photo / Kent Miller

Alaska Geographic’s hands-on courses are set in Alaska’s wildest classrooms – our spectacular national parks, forests, and refuges. Accredited by the University of Alaska, courses are designed for adults, families, and teachers. Courses range from two to eight days and are held throughout the state.

Alaska Geographic's core purpose is to support Alaska’s parks, forests, and refuges—and to help you connect to these remarkable landscapes.


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Single grade level class,Mixed/multiple grade class,College/University class,Club or interest group (children),Club or interest group (teen),Club or interest group (adult)
Varies from one hour programs to multi-day field seminars
Some courses are accredited by the University of Alaska
Biology: Animals, Biology: Plants, Climate, Climate Change, Conservation, Earth Science, Ecology, Education, Environment, Geography, Geology, Glaciers, Hydrology, Landscapes, Paleontology, Physical Fitness, Pioneer America, Recreation / Leisure / Tourism, Wildlife Biology
Field Schools & Institutes

Last updated: May 2, 2016