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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Steller Sealions rest on a wet, rocky, and seaweed encrusted ledge in Kenai Fjords. The sealions are a tan/brown. There are three females up front and a big male in the back.
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Statewide Education Kits
 
Bear kit with contents
Statewide Education Kits
Many kits on a variety of subjects are available for loan from other locations across the State. The location numbers listed to the right of each kit name corresponds to the kit's location information on the second page. We have both, a list of education kits throughout Alaska and 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 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 a large collection of educational materials that can be combined to create a unique lesson for your classroom. For 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!





 
Image of an informational bulletin board at Bird Creek Campground. A gravel road runs behind the kiosk. Spruce trees and a rustic restroom are in the background. Did You Know?
Alaskans love the outdoors! The Alaska Department of Natural Resources oversees and maintains 161 trails, trailheads, campgrounds, recreation areas, historic parks, marine parks, and special management areas.