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Celebrating Alaska's parks.

NPCA members and supporters are invited to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) July 6-7 in Anchorage, Alaska. Learn about Alaska's most pressing conservation issues and discover how this remarkable piece of legislation, which protected more than 100 million acres of land, has affected Alaska and the nation. Attendees will include former President Jimmy Carter, who signed ANILCA into law, along with NPCA regional staff and President Tom Kiernan, and leaders in politics and conservation.

Several eco-tour operators around the state of Alaska are offering adventure trips to ANILCA lands before and after the conference, so you can combine the celebration with an unforgettable Alaska vacation. For more information and details on registering for the conference, visit or call 907-646-9000.
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Title Annotation:NPCA Notes
Author:Kirkwood, Scott
Publication:National Parks
Date:Mar 22, 2005
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