|Über uns||The Prince William Sound Science Center: informing, enriching and connecting our communities through local investments in people, science and education.|
|Mission||Our mission is to promote long-term biodiversity, productivity and sustainable use of renewable resources of Prince William Sound, the Copper River and Gulf of Alaska regions. We contribute to the comprehensive description, sustained monitoring and ecological understanding of these regions. We also strongly emphasize education to inform youth and the general public about the critical inter-dependence of ecosystem science and the regional economies of Alaska.|
The Prince William Sound Science Center envisions communities that maintain socioeconomic resilience among healthy ecosystems.
There are two outcomes inherent in our vision. The first is socio-economically resilient communities: This outcome requires the region to support the livelihoods of its citizens. The second outcome is healthy ecosystems: This outcome requires users of the region’s ecosystems to steward renewable resources with consideration for natural cycles and systemic change
"The Breakwater" newsletter.
Scientific and general publications (see our website for listings).
Science and natural history lectures (Tuesday evenings Sept. - May and periodically during the summer months).
Summer camp programs (both day and residential).