Improving access to Heritage Area experiences through transportation funding for field trips. We believe all students deserve diverse learning opportunities and access to field trips and we are partnering with organizations throughout the KMTA to collectively expand our programmatic reach this school year.
Cultivating student success and lifelong stewardship of public lands in Alaska through outdoor, place-based education for 5th graders. The two-night, three-day program is held at the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center in Portage Valley.
Supporting environmental literacy and lifelong learning through a series of experiential, inquiry-based field trips over the course of the school year. Pathfinders field days are seasonally focused and aligned with grade-level standards in Science and Physical Education.
Keeping outdoor education going strong all winter long! KMTA's SnowSchool connects students K-12 to snow science, watersheds and winter recreation using a STEM-based curriculum from the Winter Wildlands Alliance.
A donation to KMTA could help expand equitable access to outdoor learning opportunities for Alaskan youth,or fund a community trail project. It could help restore natural habitat, foster inclusive outdoor recreation, or even support the preservation of a historical building. No matter who you are, where you live, or what you can contribute, when you give a gift to KMTA, you help us preserve this remarkable place for all and become a part of our living heritage.