Katmai National Monument was established in 1918 to protect the volcanically devastated region surrounding Mount Katmai and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.
Today, Katmai National Park and Preserve remains an active volcanic landscape, but it also protects 9,000 years of human history as well as important habitat for salmon and thousands of brown bears.
A. Project Goals ¿ The goal of this project is to work towards completing a cultural resources inventory of Katmai National Park and Preserve and improving the understanding the record of the...more
Posted On - 2019-08-14
The main objectives of this Agreement are to engage coastal communities to identify resilience concerns in the Kodiak Islands Archipelago and nearby areas including Katmai National Park; document...more
Posted On - 2019-05-23
This task agreement covers the placement of three internships with a focus on visitor services at park unit sites across Alaska through the NPS Academy program in partnership with SCA. These sites...more
Posted On - 2019-03-29
Bringing some of the fascinating, remote resources and research along the Katmai and Lake Clark coastlines into classrooms around the world, we will capitalize on the Changing Tides project, an...more
Posted On - 2017-05-22
This is a collaborative project between University of Alaska, Anchorage (UAA) and the National Park Service (NPS) to effectively communicate current marine science and research issues to Alaska...more
Posted On - 2017-04-06