Did you know? The conservation of Alaska's fish and wildlife resources depend on effective 'place-based education! From continuing responsible participation in our outdoor traditions such as hunting, fishing, and trapping to helping create informed and active citizens through environmental literacy, educators of all types in a variety of settings, play a key role in promoting the conservation and sustainable uses of Alaska's fish, wildlife, and habitats. There is something for every type of educator here.
We encourage you to explore what we have to offer and contact us with any questions.
- At Home or at School: Links to activities, worksheets, videos and other materials for parent/at home and classroom teachers.
- Teacher Resources: Explore these pages for curricula, classroom presentations and more.
- Teacher Training/Professional Development: Let us demonstrate how to incorporate outdoor skills and wildlife lesson plans into your classroom with materials aligned with the state standards. Several courses can be taken for teacher recertification credits.
- Early Childhood: Early childhood is a key time for connecting children with nature. Learn about our programs and resources geared for young children. Training for care-givers and teachers is also available.
- Educational Permits: Some classroom activities, such as collecting skulls or sampling invertebrates, may require a permit.