Forests & Wildlife
Alaska's forests and wildlife are part of what makes the Alaskan way of life so special. Find information on current issues ACE is working on.
Alaska's forests, wildlife, rivers and public lands are all a part of what makes the Alaskan way of life so special. That's why the Alaska Center for the Environment (ACE) works to protect our wild places.
By utilizing well-balanced conservation management practices, sustainable use of our natural resources, and public involvement, we can ensure that these wild places and the resources they support are protected for future generations. Click on the links below to find out more.
FORESTS & CHUGACH CONSERVATION: The Chugach National Forest is the nation's second largest, and in many ways, most diverse national forest. Learn about current issues that ACE is working on in the Chugach National Forest and what you can do to help.
WILDLIFE: From living with bears as our neighbors to bringing balance to the Board of Game, there are many wildlife topics that ACE is currently engaged in. Find out how you can help preserve our wildlife resources for future generations.
PUBLIC LANDS & RIVERS: No other state, and few nations, can boast so much untrammeled land that is open to each and every one of us in Alaska. Learn about the programs ACE is working on to help protect our watersheds and special places.
MINING: The proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay and the Chuitna Coal Mine in Cook Inlet are threatening Alaska's vibrant fisheries, waterways and ecosystems. Stay up to date on these issues and learn what you can do to help.