Support the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska
The Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska (SAA) relies on thousands of individuals, foundations and businesses for partnership in the conservation and enhancement of Alaska’s incomparable wild lands and the bountiful fish and game resources they support. Each and every action taken and contribution made is vital to SAA’s success. Alaska’s future depends on your support and participation.
The SAA is the only conservation entity whose sole focus is to engage hunters and anglers from across the country in management decisions affecting Alaska’s public lands and your opportunity to hunt and/or fish on them.
Grazing Caribou Bull. © Dave Menke, USFWS
Your gift to the SAA enables dedicated individuals to do the work needed to protect Alaska’s wild treasures, today and in the future.
Your gift to the SAA funds vital public education at events across the nation on Alaska conservation issues of importance to sportspersons.
Your money at work
The generosity of individuals and donors from across the nation has allowed the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska to educate and enlist the support of thousands of hunters, anglers and sporting conservation organizations on issues facing Alaska’s public lands.
SAA presence at sporting show. © SAA
The SAA has had a presence at sporting shows and conferences from coast to coast, meeting sportsmen and women and discussing the wealth of hunting and angling opportunities in Alaska. Due to the efforts of the SAA, national, state and local sporting conservation organizations and thousands of their members have taken action to protect the best remaining fish and game habitats in southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and southwest Alaska’s Bristol Bay. To date, SAA has been a pivotal player in attracting over 140 sportsman’s groups representing hundreds of thousands of members to speak out for protecting Alaska. SAA has also recruited nearly 100 companies in the sport fishing industry to ask for protection for Bristol Bay’s fishery.
The SAA has also helped organize and participate in field trips to Alaska’s public lands. Leaders of national hunting and angling organizations and members of the outdoor media have visited the Tongass National Forest and the Bristol Bay region to learn more about the issues facing these lands, and they have helped raise the profile of these conservation campaigns nationwide.
Rainbow Trout. © Castaway Films
The Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska is a project of the Alaska Conservation Foundation (ACF), which is strongly committed to the importance of keeping Alaska’s wild lands healthy, accessible and enjoyed by the sportsman’s community. ACF is proud to receive an “A-“ rating and be recognized as one of the Nation’s Top Rated Environmental Nonprofits by the American Institute of Philanthropy, a nationally prominent charity watchdog service whose purpose is to help donors make informed giving decisions. For a list of ACF’s high ratings, click here.
Your donation to the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska will be dedicated to SAA activities.
With your help, we can continue our work and ensure that Alaska remains the sportsperson’s paradise it is today.
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Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska
441 W. 5th Avenue, Suite 402
Anchorage, AK 99501-2340