Introducing our newest sticker designed by Homer artist Mandy Bernard.
“This land is for the bears,” Nancy tells us over and over as we sit together on the deck of her cabin.
Dale Saunders was a simple barley farmer who lived by himself in Alaska’s Susitna Valley. Local illustrator Lee Post draws his life with Sandhill cranes.
We partnered with Broken Tooth Brewing, Moose’s Tooth, and Bear Tooth Theatrepub on the Great Land Campfire Lager, brewed in honor of GLT’s 20th anniversary!
Everyone knows that the most important skill of any outdoorsman or woman is the ability to roast a good marshmallow. I mean, is it really camping at all if you don’t make a s’more? And is it really a s’more if you haven’t toasted that Jet-Puffed white glob of sugar into golden brown bliss?
Alaska made history as leaders from the Native Village of Tyonek celebrated a gift of culturally and ecologically important land. The Nature Conservancy donated the 160-acre parcel to the tribe and Great Land Trust will steward the land with NVT in perpetuity through a conservation easement.
“Where did that come from?” my six-year old daughter asked, pointing to large shell poking out of the ice…
Great Land Trust is partnering with the Student Conservation Association in Alaska to hire local teens to work on our Wasilla Creek Trail project. Do you like being outside? Working hard? Helping our community? Then this job is for you!
Looking for animal tracks is a fun activity to do any time of year, but it is especially easy to do in the winter. GLT conserved areas are a great place to take kids and look for tracks!
When my cousin, Mike Downs, died in August 2009, he left most of his estate to various charities. His bequest to Great Land Trust came in the form of a sixty-two acre parcel in Wasilla that includes several thousand feet along the Little Su River, an important salmon spawning area. Mike and his mother (my aunt Barbara Mickey) first arrived in Alaska in 1959, lured by the adventure of driving the Al-Can. They lived many More