Alaska Marine Conservation Council


Founded in 1994, the Alaska Marine Conservation Council (AMCC) is a community-based, non-profit organization committed to protecting the long-term health of Alaska’s marine ecosystems and sustaining the working waterfronts of our state’s coastal communities.

Our members include fishermen, subsistence harvesters, marine scientists, business owners, conservationists, families, and others who care deeply about Alaska’s oceans.

Our team of talented staff and a dedicated Board of Directors work with various partners around the state and beyond to sustain Alaska’s fisheries for current and future generations.

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Contact our office to learn more about AMCC.


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