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Katmai Conservancy

The Katmai Conservancy is a proud, official nonprofit partner of Katmai National Park and Preserve. The sole purpose of the Katmai Conservancy is to support the preservation and enjoyment of this unique National Park and Preserve

The Katmai Conservancy supports the preservation of Katmai National Park and Preserve, its unique ecosystems, scenic character, and associated natural and cultural resources by promoting greater public interest, appreciation, and support through education, interpretation, and research.

The Katmai Conservancy works in partnership with Katmai National Park and Preserve to support and protect Katmai. Our goal is to help the National Park Service:

  • Preserve this unique part of Alaska
  • Provide extraordinary opportunities for visitor experiences and compatible traditional uses
  • Be an active partner with its communities.

We will coordinate and work with the park and its management to determine how the Katmai Conservancy can best help the park and how funds raised by the Katmai Conservancy may be utilized by the park.

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Alaska Geographic

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:

  • Operates bookstores in over 40 locations statewide, including Brooks Camp and King Salmon, plus an online store;
  • Publishes more than 100 books, maps, films, and free visitor guides;
  • Contributes nearly $3 million each year in financial support and services to Alaska’s parks, forests, refuges, and other public lands;
  • Provides in-depth information online to help you explore Alaska;
  • Offers accredited classes through our field seminars;
  • Works in cooperation with our partners, including land management agencies, business associates, and educational organizations.

For more information, please visit Alaska Geographic’s website,

Last updated: October 26, 2017

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 7
1000 Silver Street, Building 603

King Salmon, AK 99613


(907) 246-3305

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