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Alaska Forum on the Environment, 2013 Jan 29, 2013


Today is your last day to Register Online for AFE 2013!



The Alaska Forum on the Environment will be held in Anchorage, Alaska on February 4-8, 2013.   This is a landmark event as we celebrate our 15th year!  You can look forward to inspirational Keynote Events, over 80 technical breakout sessions, new features, contests and special amenities.  You can also look forward to expanded content on Alaska coastal issues which will include marine debris concerns and impacts resulting from the Japan 2011 tsunami event.

While you can register on site at the Event, why not have your name badges ready and waiting for you?  You can still save $25 off the on site registration cost too!

 Our final discounted rate is available online until January 28th, so register nowAfter January 28th, registrations will be available onsite only.
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Earn College Credit at AFE 2013!



Earn one college credit this year at the 2013 Alaska Forum on the Environment through University of Alaska Fairbanks Bristol Bay Campus. The course introduces many of the ways science and public policy is presented across disciplines and how environmental data is collected and used. Course participants interact with environmental studies experts and policy makers from across Alaska by participating in AFE sessions and discussions. To earn credit participants must actively participate in conference activities for at least 3 days.

This course fee is being offered at a reduced cost of $75 (normally $168) for registered AFE Participants!

Information and course materials are provided at the UAF Bristol Bay Booth #24 or inquire at the AFE Registration Table. Contact at the conference: Todd Radenbaugh, Chet Chambers, Clint Reigh, or Adam Kane.

Poster Sessions - Jan 31st deadline


We invite interested agencies, Tribal governments, organizations, researchers, as well as individual participants to submit their projects to be displayed at the Alaska Forum on the Environment.  Projects should be current, applicable and may include photographs, literature, and summary information on poster board.  Suggested topics include: marine debris, community recycling projects, innovative clean up projects, invasive species, climate change research, emergency response, environmental regulations, fish and wildlife populations, rural issues, energy, military issues, pollution prevention, and contaminants. 

For more information click here.  Deadline for submittals is January 31, 2013.

Online Environmental Training


The Alaska Forum is proud to announce new online training opportunities available to all Alaskans.  If you need to know more about environmental regulations, standards, and permitting, you can enroll in any of our new online course offerings!  Quality training that is simple and cost effective for your organization.  

To review our course list and enroll, please visit our online training page.


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