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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Winter Cyclists traveling along Denali National Park and Preserves' dog sled route. A young man in orange is in the foreground while a vaguely female figure cycles in the distance. All else is white and snowy.
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Statewide Education Kits
 
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Statewide Education Kits
Many kits on a variety of subjects are available for loan from other locations across the State. Below is a link to access a list of all available kits by subject. The location numbers listed to the right of each kit name corresponds to the kit's location information on the second page.

Click here to open the list as a PDF. Go here for all other education brochures.


Kits are available at:

Anchorage Alaska Public Land Information Center
The Anchorage Alaska Public Lands Information Center has over 20 education kits available. Check out the kit photos here to see which kits are available in Anchorage and to view what each kit includes. To reserve a kit for your class, please call (907) 644-3670.

Fairbanks Alaska Public Lands Information Center
The Fairbanks Alaska Public Lands Information Center has over 20 education kits available for check out. Please take a look at the kit list PDF to view which kits are available for use in Fairbanks and a brief description of each. To reserve a kit or if you have any questions, please call (907) 459-3730.

Ketchikan Southeast Alaska Discovery Center
The Southeast Alaska Discovery Center has several education kits which can be checked out by educators. Please visit the teacher page to see which kits are available, and call the Education Specialist at (907) 228-6247 to borrow a kit today!





 
A profile view of a Spotted Sandpiper, with a long orange beak and thin yellow legs, standing on tan colored rocks. Did You Know?
Many birds annually migrate up to 20,000 miles between South America and Alaska in order to breed and raise young, returning south prior to the return of the Arctic winter.