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Celebrating our City's Newest Jewel


The Campbell Creek Estuary Natural Area has been transformed from a historic homestead into Anchorage's newest natural area city park open to the public. The
new trails, overlooks, and parking lot are complete and we need your help celebrating!

WHEN: Friday, October 11th. Ribbon cutting at noon, followed by docented tours. 
WHERE: 9531 Selkirk Drive (click here for a map!)
WHAT: New trails, overlooks, bird blind, and more.

Be sure to bring your boots, cameras, and binoculars. Please leave dogs at home. Carpooling is encouraged! 
 
Click here to RSVP
Thank you to the following organizations and individuals who helped make this project a reality!​
Gary Baugh
​, ​
Steve & Karen Compton
​, ​
Robert B. Gillam
​, ​
Leonard Hyde
​, ​
Eric McCallum & Robin Smith
​, ​
John McManamin
​, ​
Nancy McManamin
​, ​
Robin McManamin
​,​
 Ed & Cathy Rasmuson
​, ​
Jerry Ulmer
​,​
 Henry & Karin Wilson
​, Alaska State Legislature,​
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
​, ​
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
​, ​
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
​, ​
NOAA Fisheries
​, ​
The Nature Conservancy
​, ​
Friends of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge
​, ​
Rasmuson Foundatio
​n, ​
Kumin Foundation
​,​
 Ducks Unlimited
​, ​
Frances & David Rose Foundation
​,​
 Municipality of Anchorage
​, ​
Anchorage Park Foundation
​,​
 Alaska Center for the Environment
​,​
 Coastal Impact Assistance Program
​,​
 Alaska Department of Fish and Game
​,​
 Alaska Sustainable Salmon
​, ​
Department of Natural Resources
​, ​
Alaska State Legislative Grant
​, ​
Alaska Recreation Trails Program
​, ​
Alaska State Parks
​, ​
ConocoPhillips Alaska
​, ​
Granite Construction
​, ​
Airport Equipment Rental
​, ​
Shoreside Petroleum
​, ​
USKH Inc.
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 Discovery Drilling, Inc
​,​
 REI
​,​
 JL Properties
​, ​
Hawk Consultants
​, ​
Campbell Lake Homeowners Assn.
​, ​
Reeves Ammodio, LLC
​., Youth Employment in Parks, and Student Conservation Association. 


*Pictured at top from left to right: Youth Employment in Parks crews; student volunteers from Mears Middle School on new trails.
 
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