• May 25, 2016
    The Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Arctic LCC) is looking for a dynamic team member to help Alaska and Canada understand and prepare for the changes that will occur in the next century.
  • Dec 11, 2014
    Notices of intent due January 20, 2015, proposals due March 20, 2015 as part of the ROSES-14 Amendendment 43: Task A4 Terrestrial Ecology Program. The focus of this solicitation is the initial research to begin the Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) field campaign – a large-scale study of ecosystem responses to environmental change in western North America’s Arctic and boreal region and the implications for social-ecological systems. Alaska LCCs are specifically mentioned as potential collaborators in the solicitation.
Contact Us
  • Wendy Loya
    Arctic LCC Coordinator

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    1011 East Tudor Road
    Anchorage, Alaska 99503
    (907) 786-3532
  • Josh Bradley
    Arctic LCC Data Manager

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    101 12th Avenue, Rm. 216
    Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
    (907) 455-1847
Map of the Arctic LCC

Map of the Arctic LCC, ALCC Staff

The Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (ALCC) supports conservation in the arctic by providing applied science and tools to land managers and policy makers. It is a self-directed partnership that functions through a structure of at-large partners, a core staff, and a steering committee of cooperating agencies and organizations. Its geographic scope ranges across North America from Alaska to Labrador. The Alaska portion encompasses three eco-regions: the Brooks Range, the Arctic Foothills, and the Arctic Coastal Plain.