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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
A group of people are sounded by darkness and rock. They are wearing helmets with lights strapped to them. This group of cavers are exploring El Capitan Cave, Tongass National Forest.
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Special Events
 

FILMS & PROGRAMS

JANUARY, FEBRUARY & MARCH 2015 (1.4mb PDF)

Our monthly newsletter that includes all Daily Films & regularly-scheduled programs.


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.


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.




 
A close up shot of boreal felt lichen clinging to a rocky surface. The lichen is green and orange. Did You Know?
Boreal felt lichen (Erioderma pedicellatum), the most endangered lichen in the world, was discovered in Denali National Park in 2007. Currently only existing in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Alaska, it grows on balsam fir on moist slopes with moss and is highly sensitive to atmospheric pollution.