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Upcoming Events

  • Lunch & Learn: Proposed Changes to Snowmachines/ATV Use on Public Roads
    Wed, Apr 14
    Zoom
    Lunch & Learn: Proposed Changes to Snowmachines/ATV Use on Public Roads
    The Governor has proposed changing state law to permit snowmachines and ATVs on roads up to 45 mph. Join our panel to weigh the pros and cons.
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  • Lunch & Learn: Anchorage Park Bond
    Wed, Mar 24
    Zoom
    Find out what's in this year's edition of the Anchorage park bond package and why it's important to keep the bond passage winning streak alive.
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  • Lunch & Learn: Connecting Kids & Nature
    Wed, Mar 17
    Zoom
    Kids thrive outside as we explore the connection between education and nature.
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  • Lunch & Learn: Alaska Trail - GO Bond
    Wed, Mar 10
    Zoom
    Outdoor recreation IS critical infrastructure and the Alaska Long Trail illustrates why.
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  • Legislative Briefing Lunch & Learn
    Wed, Mar 03
    Zoom
    A Lunch & Learned aimed at making the case why investing in the outdoor recreation economy is good for the state. An informational session aimed at legislators, their staff and interested members of the public.
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  • Lunch & Learn with Luc Mehl
    Wed, Dec 09
    Online event
    Join a panel of Native Alaskans for a deeper dive into the discussion of how the outdoor recreation community and native communities can work together to support healthy living and tourism.
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  • Lunch & Learn: New Federal Economic Data
    Wed, Nov 18
    Online event
    Get the latest data, fresh from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis quantifying the economic impact of outdoor recreation on the state and national economy. Plenty of time for questions.
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  • Walk- and Bike-Friendly Alaska Exploratory Meeting
    Thu, Nov 12
    Online event
    Do you think it's time for Alaska to have more bike- and walk-friendly streets? Building on the conversation during the Confluence conference, we'll meet to discuss whether the time is right to form a statewide bike- ped- coalition and what issues we might like to prioritize.
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  • Confluence: Policy Priorities
    Thu, Oct 29
    Online event
    National and state policy priorities are critical to the success of Alaska's outdoor recreation economy. Tune in, speak up, help make good change happen. Themes include winter recreation, infrastructure investment and equity. Former Gov. Tony Knowles headlines.
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  • Confluence: Pathway to a More Walk- and Bike-Friendly Alaska
    Wed, Oct 28
    Online event
    Prepare to bring the statewide Active Transportation Plan off the shelf on the streets.
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  • Confluence: Outdoor Rx for Mental Health
    Wed, Oct 28
    online event
    Join in a powerfully candid conversation between an Iraq War veteran and former pro basketball player as they discuss the power of outdoors to heal invisible wounds.
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  • Confluence: Tourism Roundtable
    Tue, Oct 27
    online event
    From mainstream tourism to emerging tourism sectors, explore the future where outdoor recreation intersects with tourism.
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  • 5th Annual Confluence: Summit on the Outdoors
    Tue, Oct 27
    Online event
    Join the conversation with colleagues as we Re-Imagine Alaska's Outdoors.
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  • Confluence: Welcome & Public Land Manager's Forum
    Tue, Oct 27
    online event
    Confluence gathers leaders of the state's public land management agencies to talk about current events and the trail ahead. Topics include what passage of the Great American Outdoors Act means to Alaska, COVID-19, and overall recreation forecast for 2021. Follows conferencewelcome by Sen. Murkowski.
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  • Lunch & Learn: Fresh Perspectives
    Wed, Oct 21
    Online event
    Environmental data scientist, programmer and wilderness adventurer Luc Mehl explores the roles that villages do/can play for eco/adventure tourism. Guest list coming soon.
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  • Lunch & Learn: Bikes Belong
    Wed, Oct 14
    Online Event
    Re-Imagine Alaska's Outdoors on two wheels. Hosted by Christina Grande with Lael Wilcox, Janice Tower, Reid Harris, Damen Bell-Holter, and Miguel Ramos.
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  • Lunch & Learn: The MAPLand Act
    Wed, Oct 07
    Online event
    Re-imagine mapping in this session led by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.
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