Support Alaska Sea Grant
Contributions from donors like you help Alaska Sea Grant extend our reach and increase our impact. Gifts of all sizes make a difference.
Your support allows us to sustain current priorities, and provide opportunities to programs that might otherwise go unfunded. Make a gift today in support of Alaska Sea Grant’s research, education and outreach and help us protect and restore healthy coastal habitats and sustain vibrant coastal economies.
Your unrestricted gift to Alaska Sea Grant will help us provide funds wherever the need is greatest.
Whether it is supporting sustainable fisheries and aquaculture through applied research and extension, or helping communities respond and adapt to environmental change, your investment will help protect Alaska’s coastal and marine resources.
Alaska Sea Grant’s Marine Advisory Program agents are agents and specialists live in coastal communities from Petersburg to Nome. These individuals provide technical assistance, education, applied research and other expert advice about coastal and marine issues through collaborative projects, classes, workshops, trainings and other services. Agents translate complex information for non-scientific audiences to address local needs.
The Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center is a state-of-the-art seafood research and development facility with labs, kitchens, and seafood processing equipment used to discover better methods to harvest, preserve, process, and package Alaska’s seafood bounty. KSMSC staff work closely with industry to offer training and convey research results that help seafood workers improve efficiency and the quality of their products. Your gift to KSMSC will support research, technological development, education and service to improve Alaska’s seafood industry.
Lowell Wakefield is regarded as the founder of the Alaskan king crab industry. The Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium Series honors his commitment to wise management and utilization of Alaska’s marine resources by addressing critical and timely topics fishery managers need to do their jobs effectively. This high-latitude fisheries conference series brings together international experts to address interdisciplinary questions that are common to fisheries around the world. Your support ensures the continuation of the symposium.
The Alaska Young Fishermen's Summit provides new and aspiring commercial fishermen with training in business practices, fisheries policy and management, and the opportunity to connect with established leaders in the industry. The popular event has already trained over 500 Alaskans from 60 communities, helping establish safer, better-informed, more skilled and engaged fishermen. Your gift to the Alaska Young Fishermen’s Summit supports scholarships and quality speakers, and add new components for the benefit of attendees and their communities.
Donate by mail
Use the Alaska Sea Grant printable donation form to mail in your gift, using a check, money order, or credit card.
Donate by phone
Please call the University of Alaska Foundation at 907-450-8030.
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