Alaska is an SCA “region” unto itself with more than 325 million acres of public land – more than half this nation’s wilderness. SCA is working to ensure Alaska Native youth remain connected with their natural resources, culture and heritage by forging youth-focused networks of government agencies, Alaska Native corporations, and local organizations.
Either in spite of, or because of, vast geographically spances and low populations, collaboration with complimentary organizations and programs is key to creating meaningful opportunities for all of SCA’s members.
In recent years, this collaborative effort has achieved a four-fold increase in the number of Alaskan Native teens participating in habitat protection, trail construction, and historic restoration. And with their new-found skills and experience, many SCA alumni are advancing to conservation careers, with our agency partners particularly eager to bring on diverse, young employees reﬂective of the community at large.
Find out Information about our Alaska Corps Teams
- U.S. Forest Service Alaska Region
- NPS Alaska Region
- Bureau of Land Management - Alaska
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- Municipality of Anchorage - Girdwood Parks and Trails
- Alaska Geographic
- Matanuska Susitna Borough
- Cook Inlet Region, Inc. - CIRI Alaska Native Crew
- ConocoPhillips - Alaska Youth Programs
- Bristol Bay Native Corporation - BBNC Alaska Native Crew
- Alaska Airlines Foundation
- Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area
- Chugach Alaska Corporation
- Mat Su Trails and Parks Foundation
- Mat Su Health Foundation
- REI Co-op