This Friends group is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting the conservation of the natural resources of all 16 national wildlife refuges within Alaska. The Friends promote understanding and appreciation of these refuges and assist the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in meeting its mandates.
Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges goals:
Educate the public and decision makers on local, national, and international levels about Alaska's National Wildlife Refuges.
Assist the refuges in accomplishing their missions through wildlife management and habitat improvement projects.
Fund refuge-oriented projects through grants, memberships, donations, and other activities.
We often partner with non-governmental conservation organizations on conservation projects, whether it's to conserve identified species such as the monarch butterfly or to advise on land acquisition for conservation so that it has the greatest benefit for species.
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