July 10-12 ($340.00 per Person)
|Discover features of habitat and ecology that paint a picture of what Denali may have looked like 70 million years ago. Imagine plant life, water systems, geology, and fauna in a distant time. Join Denali National Park Geologist Phil Brease and Education Specialist Kristen Friesen on this scientific educational adventure. We’ll investigate rocks of the Cantwell Formation, learn how to record geological data, and take home paleoecology lessons for classroom use.|
About This Teacher Training
Murie Science & Learning Center Teachers Trainings explore the vast ecosystems and vibrant cultures of the Far North. Classes are small, but the classrooms are grand – set in Denali National Park’s landscape of taiga forest, glacier-clad mountains, and wide-open tundra. The Murie Science and Learning Center is a new facility dedicated to research and education about America’s eight northernmost National Parks. The Center, developed by the National Park Service, is a collaborative effort of several education and research organizations.
What To Expect
This course is based out of the Murie Science and Learning Center Field Camp, located 35 miles inside Denali National Park in the area of Igloo Canyon. Just below Sable Pass, Igloo Canyon is where the taiga forest gives way to subarctic tundra. From this spectacular location we’ll set out each day to explore Denali’s diverse environments.
The Field Camp includes rustic tent cabins and a common dining tent. All meals, accommodations, transportation, and instruction are included. Family-style meals are simple and healthy. Each tent cabin sleeps four people on platform beds with mattresses. Participants bring their own sleeping bag and pillow case.
This course starts at the Murie Science and Learning Center at the Park entrance. To allow for travel time to Denali, this course begins at 1:00 p.m. on the first day and ends at 4:00 p.m. on the last day.
Programs are limited to 10 participants.
University of Alaska Anchorage, offers one professional development credit (level 595) for this Teacher Training. The credit fee is included in the course cost.
Hiking Distances and Physical Fitness
Teacher Trainings are active learning experiences. Because we will be seeking out remote and exposed outcrops, hiking on this particular course will be strenuous; 4-7 miles round trip over uneven terrain with as much as 3,000 feet elevation gain. Participants should be in good physical health. We will be bushwhacking through brushy tundra, walking through creeks and rivers and scrambling on steep rocky and exposed terrain. Participants must be capable walkers, in good health, and equipped for sudden changes in weather.
Alaska Natural History Association members receive a 10% discount on this course. The discount will not apply towards the $64 UAA credit.
Course fees, less a $25 processing fee, will be refunded for cancellations 30 days in advance of the course start date. For cancellations within 30 days, the entire fee will be retained unless we can fill your place. If we are forced to cancel a course, your entire fee will be refunded.
Active education in the Far North for the benefit of people and the environment.
Alaska Natural History Institutes classes are offered in several of Alaska’s premier wilderness destinations. Our small group classes, field courses, and internships are designed not only to teach, but to inspire a renewed appreciation for our public lands and to foster their stewardship for future generations.
In Denali National Park and Preserve we offer our courses through the Murie Science and Learning Center. In partnership with the National Park Service and under our former name, the Denali Institute, has shared Denali with hundreds of students, teachers, families, Alaskans, and visitors for the past six years. We look forward to offering the same high quality educational experiences in Denali under the Murie Science and Learning Center name.
We hope to have you join us soon in on one of our field courses.
With Alaska as our classroom, let Alaska Natural History Institutes be your guide!
Field Seminars: Surrounded by Alaska’s dynamic living laboratory, each Field Seminar takes you on an in-depth exploration into unique landscapes.
Teacher Trainings: accredited courses that are offered all summer in throughout Alaska.
Originally published in 1982 to celebrate the new and expanded national parks in Alaska, this re-release is in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA).
President Jimmy Carter contributed a preface for the 2005 release in honor of the historic land conservation act that bears his signature.
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With fresh photographs and a new elegant design complimenting William Brown’s lyrical writing, this book is a keepsake for anyone who loves Alaska’s national parks.
Hard cover, 192 pages, by William E. Brown and published by the Alaska Natural History Association.
Price: $40.00 ($34.00 for members)
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This Last Treasure: Alaska National Parklands (Soft Cover): Soft cover, 192 pages, by William E. Brown and published by the Alaska Natural History Association.
The Alaska Natural History Association is your connection to books on Alaska and educational programs for national parks, national wildlife refuges, national forests, state parks, and other public lands in Alaska.
The Association is the nonprofit educational partner of Alaska’s public lands dedicated to sharing Alaska’s rich natural and cultural heritage. The Association is a bookstore, a publisher, an educator, and a supporter of public land educational programs.
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You can trust the Association to offer the best available information and books about the natural and cultural heritage of Alaska.
Learn more about the Association’s Educational Programs and Books on Alaska:
A bookstore for public lands in Alaska featuring unique books on Alaska published by the Association and others.
Information, recommended guide books & maps for public lands to help visitors plan their travel in Alaska.
Experiential education courses offered through the Denali Institute, a program of the Association.
Ways to support public lands and the Association’s programs by becoming a member.
If you are searching for an Alaska book, map, or video, then the Association’s Alaska bookstore is a good place to find the latest publications on Alaska national parks and other public lands. The map of Alaska and public land pages offer information on national parks and other public lands in Alaska for travel planning. For each public land, this website provides information, resource links, and recommended guide books and maps for planning your trip and getting the most out of your visit.
Venture into the remote wilderness of Alaska to experience the spectacular scenery, encounter bull moose, caribou, dahl sheep, grizzly bear, and meet Dick Proenneke who has lived by himself in this
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“one man wilderness” for over 30 years. For those who dream of a true wilderness experience in the wilds of Alaska, this video is the next best thing to being there.
Price: $24.95 ($21.21 for members)
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Lake Clark National Park & Preserve – Remote Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, primarily accessed by floatplane, offers a true wilderness experience. Mountains rise dramatically over turquoise lakes reflecting the park’s spectacular scenery. Volcanoes still steam on the eastern flank, the terrain descending westward through tundra-covered foothills and boreal forest. Rich in salmon and other wildlife, this is a place people have always called home.
Price: $7.00 ($5.95 for members)
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Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge – The Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of more than 2,500 islands, islets, spires, rocks, and headlands. The 4.5 million-acre refuge extends from the Arctic Ocean to southeastern Alaska,
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with most lands in the Aleutian Islands. The refuge protects habitat for 40 million seabirds which nest in Alaska, as well as marine mammals and other wildlife.
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Alone in the Wilderness is the documentry of Richard Proenneke, the subject of the book One Man’s Wilderness: an Alaskan Odyssey. Richard Proenneke built his own cabin in the wilderness near Twin Lakes, in what is now Lake Clark National Park & Preserve.
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Richard Proenneke lived the dream of building a cabin in the Alaskan wilderness, and stayed to become a part of the country.
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Alaska holds almost one-third of the United States’ state park acreage. More than 130 state parks stretching across the entire state cover a total of 3 million acres. These parks feature a wide variety of sites that are important historical landmarks, protected natural environments or both simultaneously. Some parks offer nothing but wild, untamed nature; some, baseball and volleyball fields; others, restored villages and artifacts. Every year, about 6 million visitors – 25 percent from outside the state – are attracted to Alaska’s state parks.
Four state parks are served by an Alaska Natural History Association Bookstore branch:
Denali State Park
Independence Mine State Historical Park
Totem Bight State Historical Park
Worthington Glacier State Recreation Site
The bookstores offer an abundance of interesting and informative resources about these parks as well as other public lands and Alaska’s rich nature and history across the entire state.
For online information about other state parks, please visit the Web site of the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Alaska Department of Natural Resources.