Have you ever had a pen pal? Truly, it’s the best. There’s really no better feeling or better way to brighten your day than getting a letter. Especially when it’s a letter from your Camp Fire pen pal! We… Read More >
If you’ve lived in Alaska for more than a couple months, I’m sure you’ve heart of PFD. No, I’m not talking about a personal flotation device. In case that’s the first thing that comes to mind, here’s a little… Read More >
November is known as the Month of Gratitude for many reasons. Gratitude is a muscle that we must strengthen, and we want to do just that. We asked our staff what they are grateful for this year, and here’s… Read More >
Though time has passed and Typhoon Merbok is out of the headlines of the news, the impact of this devastating natural disaster is still being felt by many communities in Alaska, their families, and the state as a whole. We… Read More >
The Camp Fire Alaska main office operates on the ancestral land of the Dena’ina people. Camp Fire Alaska runs programing on the lands of the Athabascan, Yup’ik, Chup’ik, Sougpiaq, and Inupiaq peoples. We value and thank them for their current and historic commitment to and protection of this land. We pledge to assist, in partnership, in the environmental stewardship of these lands. We strive to learn more about the history of the Native peoples of Alaska and the historic trauma they have suffered. We commit to being an active ally through activities, actions, and organizational decisions and practices. We understand that this is a dynamic process through which our Land Acknowledgement practices, and statement will evolve as we receive feedback from tribal partners and acquire a deeper understanding of and from the Native peoples of Alaska.