Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Brown public use cabin at Uganik Bay Kodiak with blue water and green forest covered mountains in the background.
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Support Your Centers
A woman smiles at the camera as she sits on the floor petting a panting husky dog.
AAPLIC volunteer and her sled dog Lily.

The Alaska Centers have lots of opportunities for you, the visitor, to help out in various different ways. 

  • If you can give a few hours of your time to volunteer
  • spend a little money in our bookstore 
    • Our bookstore offers interesting and educational literature and movies
  • Donate funds in our donation boxes in all of the centers.
    •  the proceeds of which help to better our services to visitors. 

Close up image of a temperature gauge which reads minus fifty two degrees fahrenheit. Did You Know?
From mid-November to mid-March, Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve averages daily high and low temperatures under 10 & -10 degrees Fairenheit, respectively. Temperatures can plummet to over 50 below zero in a matter of hours, even more common is -30 degree highs for a week straight!