The Alaska Natural Heritage Program (AKNHP) partners with many federal and state agencies, private businesses and non-profit organizations.
Currently, our Zoology Program database (BIOTICS) is being funded cooperatively by the Wildlife Diversity Program at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
The statewide non-native plant database (AKEPIC) was developed and is supported by an ongoing cooperation between AKNHP, the United States Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service and the Department of Natural Resources Plant Material Center.
Below is a list of the organizations that support our work and cooperate on projects with us.
- TNC – Alaska Chapter
- NPS – Alaska Support Office
- US Fish and Wildlife Service
- UA Herbarium
- Alaska Department of Fish and Game
- USDA, Forest Service
- GINA (Geographic Information Network of Alaska)
- US Geological Survey
- Bureau of Land Management – Alaska
- Environmental Protection Agency