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An underwater, wide-angle shot of salmon fighting their way up stream.
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Special Events
 

FILMS & PROGRAMS

JUNE & JULY 2015 (1.0mb PDF)

Our monthly newsletter that includes daily films & special programs.



Poster for Public Lands Geocache Pursuit
Get Outdoors Day Public Lands Geocache Pursuit.

SPECIAL EVENTS & PRESENTATIONS

Includes First Fridays, Explore Alaska, and holiday events.
When there are sponsored events or presentations, we will provide a document link here for viewing.

Public Lands Geocache Pursuit
It's time to get outdoors! Healthy, active outdoor fun is waiting for you on Alaska's public lands. All you need is a sense of adventure and a plan.

Geoaching is a great way to get the whole family outside and exploring! The Alaska Public Lands Information Center and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service invite you to adventure in geocaching. 

We have placed caches on eight public land units and have a free booklet available to help you find them. The caches will remain outside for the rest of the summer, and all are encouraged to participate in finding them.


FIELD TRIPS WITH A RANGER

Join a Park Ranger for a field trip, a class visit, or to check out an education kit. 
Learn more on our Fairbanks For Teachers page.
Call 459-3731 for more information and reservations.


You can also stay up-to-date with special events and programs by following our Alaska Centers - Fairbanks Facebook page.




 
Closeup of a woman's hand encased in a traditional Alaska Native white, furry mitten. We can see she is also wearing a brown fur coat. Did You Know?
Alaska's resourceful Native peoples make traditional clothing out of caribou, moose, muskox, beaver, wolf, bear, wolverine, otter, seal, porcupine quills, grasses, and even fish and bird skins.