The Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF), the largest contributor to Alaskan conservation efforts, fights the world’s largest threat—climate change.

With more than 60% of Alaska designated as federal public lands, ACF took the lead more than 30 years ago to protect this exquisite wilderness. The ACF battles against such formidable global pressures as changes in planetary wind systems and pressure patterns, melting land, and erosion.

We help their volunteer, education, and advocacy programs without whose support and knowledge the ACF might not succeed in state and national policy arenas.