Virtual Youth Fish and Wildlife Club is a place where young people meet scientists, learn about careers in this field, and build an understanding and appreciation for Alaska fish, wildlife, and public lands.

Join Marye and guests every Wednesday to learn something new and connect with friends. LINK

Our in-person Anchorage youth fishing program grew into this larger online community where youth, mentors, and professionals could continue to safely interact during the COVID-19 pandemic. While we continue to offer in-person programming as capacity and conditions allow, we enthusiastically continue to offer this virtual space for networking, learning, and sharing inspiration! We meet every Wednesday and frequently have guest speakers.


My Life, Wildlife (hear from Alaska staff about the career paths they took to get to where they are). Fish of the Week! (a week-by-week tour of interesting fish with guests from all walks of life).

Contact Information

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Public Affairs Specialist
Office of Communications
Urban programming,
Refuges (southern Alaska),
Endangered Species Act/Ecological Services,
Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration ,
Digital Media


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Welcome to our Southern Alaska Office! We have dedicated staff working with partners to conserve fish and wildlife via habitat restoration and conservation, fish assessment and management, technical assistance, cost-sharing, funding, and outreach.
Based in Fairbanks, and in collaboration with our Utqiaġvik (Barrow) Satellite Office, we work with others to deliver conservation over approximately 338-million acres of Alaska. Our responsibilities generally range from the Yukon River Delta region in southwest Alaska, eastward to the Canadian...