Photo Credit: Frank Kovalchek


Our Partners

Partnerships are key to the success of National Heritage Area projects and programs.  We partner with local organizations, businesses, and communities to elevate the unique history and culture of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area.

We look forward to continuing to expand partnerships via grants and coordination. Past and current partners include:


Alaska Channel

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Alaska Public Media

Alaska State Parks – Division of Interpretation and Education

Alaska Trails

Anchorage Museum

Anchorage School District

Applied Archaeology International

Alaska Department of Transportation

Begich Towers, Inc.

Beluga Whale Alliance

Chugach National Forest

Cook Inlet Historical Society

Cooper Landing Community Club

Cooper Landing Museum

Cooper Landing Walkable Community

Four Valleys Community School

Frost Family (Gold Rush Wife)

Girdwood Bear Aware

Girdwood Children’s Fine Arts Camp

Girdwood Parks and Recreation

Girdwood, Inc.

Girdwood Trails Committee

Glacier City Gazette

Hope and Sunrise Historical and Mining Museum

Hope, Inc.

Iditarod National Historic Trail Alliance

Kenai Fjords National Park

Kenai Historical Society

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

Moose Pass Chamber of Commerce

Moose Pass Sportsmen’s Club

Prince William Sound Economic Development Agency
Prince William Sound Museum

Resurrection Art and Coffee

Resurrection Bay Historical Society

Roundhouse Museum in Girdwood

Seward Iditarod Trailblazers, Inc.

Seward Community Library and Museum

Seward Nordic Ski Club

Summit Education

Tanguy Libbrecht (Seward Cable/Telegraph House)

Turnagain Times

City of Whittier