Alaska is a national and international treasure, with towering mountain peaks and glaciers, old growth forests, pristine tundra, rivers, wetlands and barrier islands. Nowhere else in America is there as diverse and abundant fish and wildlife, vast herds of free roaming caribou, unparalleled wild salmon runs, and millions of birds that nest in Alaska before traveling to every state and six of seven continents. 225 million acres of federal lands in Alaska – including national parks, national forests and national wildlife refuges - are owned by all Americans, and each of us has a stake in responsible stewardship.
Alaska Wilderness League stands with, serves and supports the many people and organizations that believe in a sustainable future for Alaska. We honor and respect the cultures of Alaska Natives whose way of life remains deeply connected to the state’s land, waters, and wildlife. We believe that Alaska’s long-term economic future and subsistence traditions are inexorably tied to the health and sound stewardship of its natural resources, which support hunting, fishing, tourism and unrivaled outdoor experiences that are central to Alaskans’ quality of life.
Alaska Wilderness League galvanizes support to secure vital policies that protect and defend America’s last great wild public lands and waters.
Alaska's wildest places are protected for generations to come.
- We are tenacious and effective full-time advocates in the halls of Congress and the corridors of federal agencies and beyond;
- We galvanize support and amplify voices in protecting Alaska’s irreplaceable public lands and waters by engaging in deep collaboration with key partners, building strong and diverse coalitions, and engaging advocates across the country in these critical fights;
- We devise innovative strategies with our allies to advance, defend, and implement federal policy solutions;
- We build bridges between Alaskans and decision-makers to impact policies; and
- We listen to, support and work side by side with our Gwich’in allies and Native partners.
Feel free to contact Alaska Wilderness League with any questions or comments at any of the addresses below. Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
122 C St NW, Ste 240
Washington, DC 20001
1026 W 4th Ave #201,
Anchorage, AK 99501
Visit our staff list for contact information for our field staff.