Order Your Copy of AYEA’s “Recipes for Alaska’s Food Future” Today!


Click here to order your copy of AYEA’s “Recipes for Alaska’s Food Future!” All funds raised through the sale of the food book will go towards supporting the continuation or startup of local food projects proposed by AYEA teen members from across Alaska. “Recipes for Alaska’s Food Future”, started by AYEA’s Fairbanks chapter, is a […]

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Congratulations, 2013 Grads!

We’re so proud of all of our graduating seniors! They have all done amazing work as AYEA teens; we know they will keep it up as AYEA grads. (Don’t forget- AYEA is fo’ life!) A big congratulations to Paige Krichbaum, Torrey Burroughs, Tori Sieber, and Maya Heubner of Anchorage, Maddy Rafferty of Fairbanks, Justice Sky, […]

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Welcome Our New Executive Director!


On behalf of the Boards of Directors of the Alaska Center for the Environment (ACE) and Alaska Conservation Voters (ACV), we are thrilled to announce the hire of Polly Carr to the position of Executive Director. This position will oversee both organizations as they work in tandem for the sensible stewardship of Alaska’s natural resources […]

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News from the Field: Civics and Conservation Summit 2013

Kenai and Kodiak teens with AYEA Legislator Award Winners Representative Tarr and Representative Seaton.

Nineteen AYEA teens from around the state arrived in Juneau last week for the 2013 Civics & Conservation Summit!!! This memorable week of civic engagement, issue analysis, and network building brought teens from communities around the state, including Arctic Village, Fairbanks, Denali Park, Nunam Iqua, Togiak, Unalaska, Seward, Anchor Point, Homer, Anchorage, Sitka, Craig and […]

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Meet the Delegates for AYEA’s 2013 Civics and Conservation Summit!!!

2013 Youth Delegates Christian Escalante Christian’s favorite foods: Aladix, the native fry bread, and king crab. To her, a healthy environment means that natural resources will be preserved. For instance, forests will still be around hundreds of years from now, animals are protected, renewable energy is used, and that any resources that are used will […]

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“We envision an Alaska where everyone is educated about healthy, local food, is able to access it, and respects its cultural relevance.”


This collective vision spurred twelve teens from across Alaska to sacrifice their weekends to participate in Alaska Youth for Environmental Action’s (AYEA) Annual Fall Youth Organizer Summit. The teens traveled from Arctic Village, Fairbanks, Dillingham, Anchorage, Seward, Homer, Kodiak, and Mount Edgecumbe to the Summit to gain fundamental skills for effective activism, learn about food issues, […]

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