Education Programs

Innoko National Wildlife Refuge offers multiple educational programs throughout the year. The following are some of the programs that are offered. Please contact refuge staff for more information. 

  • USFWS STEM Club: Focuses on careers in USFWS, and STEM subjects such as maintenance, wildlife biologists tasks, aviation and others. Offered to middle and high schoolers as an after school program.
  •  NASP Archery: National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) coaching for students 4-12 grade. Offered in the winter months.
  • Summer Science and Culture Camps: One week long camps for middle and high schoolers plus afternoon day camps for K-6 grades. The camps focus on fish and wildlife, subsistence and culture.  
  • Moose Skeleton Articulation Project: more details to come
  • Art and Wildlife Series: Students get the opportunity to create Alaska fish and wildlife art and be coached through the artistic process by a talented USFWS volunteer artist. Innoko NWR Staff teach about the topic species and discusses its biology, cultural and ecological details.
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A weekly virtual club for youth to learn about fish and wildlife in the Mountain-Prairie and Alaska regions. Whether you're from any of these areas or just want to learn about fish and wildlife, all kids are welcome! Make friends, have conversations, and explore new topics each week!