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Your Generosity Makes a Difference in Alaska

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Pick.Click.Give allows Alaskans to share their Permanent Fund Dividend with causes they care about. Your donation -- big or small -- goes directly to your chosen nonprofit. This can include The Nature Conservancy.

The Nature Conservancy provides the scientific knowhow and creativity necessary to craft collaborative and practical solutions to conservation challenges all across Alaska. Our respect for the people in the deeply rooted communities with whom we partner, their wealth of traditions, and their livelihoods is at the heart of everything we do. In a place of unrivaled opportunity and rich natural resources – namely wild salmon as well as so much more – we work to conserve the lands and waters on which we all depend. Our achievements can be applied on an even larger scale in Alaska and beyond, and this is why our best successes are yet to come.

Thanks to the generosity of donors like you, in 2015 our scientists:

  • mapped 28,750 stream miles in the Mat-Su, helping land managers make salmon-friendly decisions;
  • protected 26 miles of critical Alaska salmon streams by adding them to the state's Anadromous Waters Catalog;

  • provided key guidance to help land managers save old-growth forests in the Tongass;

  • forged new common ground in building environmentally sustainable natural resource-based businesses in Southeast Alaska;

  • worked strategically with 65 diverse partners to achieve conservation goals in communities all across Alaska;

  • continued to work with Alaska's private sector to advance our conservation mission in innovative ways.

Here's where you can donate your Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend.

When you go online to apply for your PFD, you will see the Pick.Click.Give option. Click and follow the simple steps to donate. Note that "The Nature Conservancy" is listed alphabetically under the letter "T," and included in the "Community" category.


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