The Intro image has text that reads: Shared Stewardship. A group of iTREC! students and instructors in front of the Nome Iditarod sign. Two Streamwatch staff walking along a Russian River Trail picking up trash. Avalanche center staff talking to a reporter. A group of youth standing and kneeling on a bridge they repaired. A group sitting with green trash bags after a successful invasive weed pull. A large red helicopter in background with two people in foreground. Two public land agency staff are answering public questions and giving out information. Forest Service and Alaska Railroad staff talking to Alaska and Hawaii senators. A group on firefighters on a trail – aerial shot. A shot of the Chugach Capitol Christmas Tree truck and trailer with a banner ofall the sponsors.

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Celebrating 40th Anniversary of Iditarod Trail as National Historic Trail

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This year, along with partners, we are celebrating the Iditarod National Historic Trail by organizing volunteer stewardship events along the southern trek of the Iditarod National Historic Trail in and near the Chugach National Forest. Join us for these events as we work together on this network of trails commemorating historic sites, events, and features.


Iditarod National Historic Trail – Portage Curve Multimodal Connector

The Forest Service is working on a plan for a multimodal recreational path along the Seward Highway between Ingram Creek and an area north of Twentymile River. Called the Iditarod National Historic Trail – Portage Curve Multimodal Connector, this project will include constructing a critical piece of the Iditarod National Historic Trail and will provide safe, accessible infrastructure to facilitate ongoing year-round recreation in the Portage Curve area.


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Spotlights

National Visitor Use Monitoring Program

This summer you may see Chugach National Forest employees at recreation sites and along Forest Service roads conducting interviews of visitors...

National Visitor Use Monitoring Program

This summer you may see Chugach National Forest employees at recreation sites and along Forest Service roads conducting interviews of visitors...

 




Chugach Children's Forest

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The Chugach Children’s Forest creates opportunities for Alaska’s diverse youth and communities to connect with the over five million acres of the Chugach National Forest.

Carter Lake Trail Work

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Chugach Children’s Forest created a new youth crew to engage on the forest. The Chugach Forest Conservation crew is made up of youth from Alaska who work with forest staff.



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