Kenai Fjords National Park

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Kenai Fjords National Park is a land where mountains and glaciers pour into an ocean teeming with life. The ice age lingers here in the Harding Icefield which works as a thermostat for surrounding terrestrial and marine ecosystems. The Harding is the largest intact icefield contained within the United States and the park is considered a living laboratory for scientists to learn about our changing climate. We hope to bring a part of this Alaskan wilderness in to your classroom and engage students to consider the National Parks as beautiful places that belong to them.







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Programs by Kenai Fjords National Park

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Fabulous Fjords (FREE)

What makes up an ecosystem? How does life within an ecosystem adapt to changes in the environment? During this distance learning program, a National Park ranger will guide students in the examination of the Fjord Estuary Ecosystem within Kenai...


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Glacier Detectives (FREE)

Through this interactive distance learning program students will learn why we have national parks, and be inspired by glaciers and ecosystems in Alaska. What is a glacier and how is it formed? As glacial detectives, we will observe the clues...


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Listening to the Ice (FREE)

What happens in Alaska, doesn’t stay in Alaska! This interactive distance learning program will provide your students with a better understanding of the causes and impacts of climate change in Kenai Fjords National Park and throughout the world.


More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Government Agency


Leah Wold
P.O. Box 1727
Seward AK 99664
United States

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Kenai Fjords National Park cover:

Career Education
Gifted & Talented
Problem Solving
Service Learning
Climate Change