Application Resources

General Resources

Alaska Conservation FoundationFounded in 1980, the Alaska Conservation Foundation is the only public foundation dedicated to conservation in Alaska, connecting thousands of committed donors and businesses worldwide with more than a hundred grassroots conservation organizations in Alaska.
Alaska Travel Industry AssociationThe industry organization promoting Alaska tourism, while remaining attentive to care for the environment and recognizing Alaska’s cultures and unique quality of life.
Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise OperatorsAECO is an international association for expedition cruise operators operating in the Arctic and others with interests in this industry. The association is dedicated to managing responsible, environmentally friendly and safe tourism in the Arctic and strive to set the highest possible operating standards.
EarthCheckEarthCheck is the world’s leading scientific benchmarking, certification and advisory group for travel and tourism.
Global Sustainable Tourism CouncilThe international body for fostering increased knowledge and understanding of sustainable tourism practices, promoting the adoption of universal sustainable tourism principles and building demand for sustainable travel.
Green Alaska SolutionsThe mission of Green Alaska Solutions is to reduce the environmental impact of food service disposables. The company is the the industry leader in providing sustainable packaging in Alaska.
Green StarAn Anchorage-based nonprofit that encourages businesses to practice waste reduction, energy conservation and pollution prevention through education, technical assistance, and an award-winning voluntary “green business” certificate.
Native EnergyNative Energy is a committed team of people like you – environmentalists, dreamers, entrepreneurs, activists, believers – working hard to provide you with simple and effective ways to help fight global warming. Take action and offset your carbon footprint today!
Renewable Alaska Energy Program (REAP)REAP’s mission is to increase the development of renewable energy and promote energy efficiency in Alaska through collaboration, education, training and advocacy.
Sustainable Southeast PartnershipThe Sustainable Southeast Partnership is a diverse network of organizations and individuals working together to reach cultural, ecological and economic prosperity for our communities and region.
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There are two AGA application cycles each year, with deadlines on May 31 and November 30. Please use the application provided here, previous versions will not be accepted.