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Anchorage Downtown Marriott
Join Alaska Center for the Environment and hundreds of community members for a night of fun and inspiration! Celebrate and support our work to protect salmon, promote clean energy, and build the next generation of leaders.
Silent and live auction. Hors d’oeuvres, wine and beer. Cocktail attire.
Tickets are $45/person and sell out fast! Make an evening of it with special room rates at the Marriott. Contact us at (907) 274-3647 or email@example.com for more information.
Speak out for the Chuitna River by telling Governor Walker and the DNR how important it is to protect the Chuitna watershed and the valuable salmon habitat it provides.
The State of Alaska announced February 23rd that they will be deciding whether water should be left in the Chuitna River for salmon, or diverted to allow an outside mining company to completely destroy the river for a coal mine.
This is a huge precedent; never before has the State of Alaska allowed mining directly through a salmon stream and we need to make sure they never do! The State has a simple choice, keep water in the stream for salmon or give 100% of it to an Outside company that will use it to strip mine for coal that will be sent to Asia.
Alaska Center for the Environment (ACE) is Alaska’s largest, statewide conservation advocacy organization, supported by thousands of individuals and families. In 2012, Alaska Youth for Environmental Action, Alaska Conservation Alliance and Alaska Center for the Environment merged to create a stronger organization with shared experience and resources.
Alaska’s world-class ecosystems and incredible natural resources sustain our families, communities, and cultures. By connecting with Alaskans on these shared values, we can protect and sustain a healthy environment and chart the future we want for our children and grandchildren.
Alaska Center for the Environment engages and empowers Alaskans to protect and conserve the natural resources that support our unique quality of life for current and future generations. ACE cultivates environmental leaders, educates the public and decision makers about key environmental issues, and mobilizes diverse Alaskans to advocate for sound environmental policies.