Adventure Green Alaska (AGA) announced 23 new and recertified businesses on February 12, 2020. AGA-certified businesses are recognized for best management practices and responsible operations, meeting rigorous standards of economic, environmental, and social sustainability. Congratulations to all!
AGA’s recent GSTC recognition was highlighted in Travel Daily News’ article, Adventure Green Alaska is now a GSTC-Recognized Standard.
ATIA’s Adventure Green Alaska (AGA) program, the only Alaska-based certification program for tourism businesses operating sustainably in Alaska, had its standard for accommodations and tour operators fully recognized by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) accreditation panel.
Twice each year, AGA receives applications from businesses across the state seeking recognition of their sustainable business practices. These two-year certifications demonstrate businesses’ commitment to their local communities, cultures, and natural areas.We are excited to announce the 20 members of the Spring 2019 cohort.
Denali Zipline Tours – since 2016
Discovery Voyages – since 2009
Expeditions Alaska – since 2009
John Hall’s Alaska Cruises & Tours – since 2016
Kayak Adventures Worldwide – since 2010
Spirit Walker Expeditions of Alaska – since 2010
Steamboat Bay Fishing Club – since 2017
Waterfall Resort Alaska – since 2017
Newly Certified Businesses
Alaska Charters & Adventure
Alaska Riverways (Riverboat Discovery & Gold Dredge 8)
Alaska Farm Tours
The Bering Sea Crab Fisherman’s Tour
Doyon / Aramark Joint Venture
Doyon Tourism, Inc. / Kantishna Roadhouse
Northern Alaska Tour Company
Prince of Wales Island Excursions Outfitter
Seward Ocean Excursions
Sockeye Cycle Co.
Wings Airways & Taku Glacier Lodge
Eleven Alaska businesses recently received certification by Adventure Green Alaska, the state’s only sustainable tourism certification program. Read the press release here.
ATIA To Continue Promoting Responsible, Sustainable Tourism Businesses in Alaska ANCHORAGE