Alaskans Afield classes provide fun, safe, hands-on learning of outdoor skills. Classes are designed for both youth and adults. Come alone, bring a friend or the entire family and enjoy time together learning new outdoor skills. Alaskans Afield classes are made possible by a cooperative effort between the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and our foundation, the Outdoor Heritage Foundation of Alaska.
Alaskans Afield classes will be held in the Fairbanks, Juneau, Mat-Su and Nome this year. Choose from a variety of classes such as outdoor survival, small game hunting, map & compass, tracking, fly fishing, riflery, archery and more. Class schedules can be found under the community tabs (Bethel, Fairbanks, Juneau, Kotzebue, Mat-Su, Nome, Soldotna).
Pre-registration is required. Sign up early, as space is limited. Cost per class is between $20 and $40; under 18 year-olds are FREE with each paying adult.
Register for classes by clicking on the class title under the community where it is being held.
If you have any questions about the specific classes, please contact:
- Kristen Romanoff at (907) 465-8547 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org .