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News & Announcements
You’re Invited! Fundraiser on June 16th
Governor Bill Sheffield and Mark & Desiree Pfeffer have generously opened their homes to invite you to celebrate Anchorage Park Foundation accomplishments and help our future park and trail improvements take shape. You spoke (and donated, and voted) and we listened: the Anchorage…
Alaska Arbor Day Celebration with Delaney Montessori and Schools on Trails
On Monday, May 16th, students at Denali Montessori will join the Mayor in planting a tree to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Alaska Arbor Day as a Schools on Trails event. First, second, and third graders will walk a mile…
Ribbon Cutting at Earthquake Park on May 13th
On Friday, Turnagain Elementary third graders will walk along the Coastal Trail to Earthquake Park for a special Anchorage Park Foundation Schools on Trails ribbon cutting and celebration. New signs were installed this fall along the Inside the Slide Trail,…
Schools on Trails in the news
Read the Alaska Dispatch News article about our program at Nunaka Valley Elementary School.
4th Grade landscape architects take first in science fair
Fourth Grade sisters at Aquarian Charter School study Anchorage parks for their science fair project.
Vote YES on Prop 4!
An Anchorage Parks and Trail bond is on the ballot in the upcoming Municipal Election. Please support parks and trails. Vote YES.
HIRING for Youth Employment in Parks
Youth Employment in Parks is a 10 week summer program that hires Anchorage teens to complete local trail and park improvement projects. Learn about the four types of positions, and get application instructions.
Job Announcement: APF Seeks YEP Program Coordinator
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT IN PARKS PROGRAM COORDINATOR Position Vacancy Announcement Closing Date: 1/20/2016 The Anchorage Park Foundation (APF) is recruiting for a seasonal (February – October) full-time (40 hrs. per week, Monday-Friday) Youth Employment in Parks Program Coordinator. This position has…