Coordinating Alaska's Conservation Community
Alaska Conservation Alliance unites the conservation community into one cohesive, powerful voice to decision makers across the state.
Alaska Conservation Alliance keeps the Alaska conservation community coordinated through two annual meetings; one in the fall before the Legislative Session and one in the spring following the session.
These meetings allow the Alliance to:
- Select legislative priorities
- Determine a common strategy for advocacy
- Educate member organizations on legislative activities
- Achieve the ability to speak with one strong voice in Juneau
Issues Policy Council
Alliance members formed an Issues Policy Council (IPC) to discuss and decide the organization's priorities regarding legislative work, statewide campaigns, ballot initiatives, polling and other positions. The IPC meets regularly during the Legislative session, and on an as-needed basis throughout the year. The IPC also meets at each of the Alliance's strategic planning meetings in May & November.
For more information on Alliance Coordination, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.