We love Alaska and are committed to supporting the following organizations who make living in Alaska such a special experience.
– Advocates for Dog and Puppy Wellness is a group of volunteers with a love for animals. Through educational material and video their organization promotes public support of local animal shelters.
– The Cook Inlet Kennel Club (CIKC) was formed by a group of dedicated purebred dog fanciers in the Mat-Su Valley. In 1984 licensing by the American Kennel Club was achieved with our first show being held on July 21st, 1985.
is a state-wide non-profit organization whose mission is to help starving, neglected and abused hooved animals in Alaska, especially horses.
Program of search and rescue dogs.
raises funds for a wide variety of children's sports and safety awareness activities and has for decades been responsible for providing the popular SAFETY BEAR reflectors for the SAFETY BEAR program; KEEPING ALASKA'S CHILDREN SAFE.
- reaching out to our US troops deployed overseas in war zones by providing them with care packages to let them know they are not forgotten.
is a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day.
is a community-based, non-profit organization providing quality child development programs in south-central Alaska since 1971.
is the world's leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation.
is a non-profit organization committed to working with practitioners to learn how to do conservation better through the process of adaptive management.
- a $4.8 million, 38,000-square-foot, 700-seat facility that houses an Olympic-size ice sheet, a community meeting room and a walking/jogging track that runs around the perimeter of the rink.
includes members from 4-17 years of age.
- The race has grown in stature and professionalism to an event of approximately 160 miles in length. It is held on the weekend immediately preceding the start of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and draws young mushers from all over Alaska and from outside the state as well.
offers many services to the community, including pet adoptions and rehoming, lost and found reports, housing strays, pet registration, micro-chipping, live animal trap tending and volunteer opportunities.
) was established in 1989 and is dedicated to hunters and their hunting retrievers. Simply stated, we want to help hunters develop better hunting dogs through training and testing.
is dedicated to the domestication of the musk ox, an Ice Age mammal that once roamed the earth alongside saber tooth tigers and woolly mammoths. We welcome visitors to the farm for a close up experience of these magnificent Paleolithic ruminants with guided tours, engaging exhibits, a gift shop featuring hand-knit qiviut items, and community events throughout the year.
members are mainly grouse and woodcock hunters who support national scientific conservation and management efforts to ensure the future of the species. Conservation is our main mission.
– Southcentral Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is a non-profit corporation dedicated to helping children and adults with special needs discover new abilities and achieve new heights through therapeutic, educational and recreational activities involving horses.