Photo by D Daniels

THANK YOU to everyone who taught, volunteered, participated, attended, sponsored… We had more than 70 people attend this year and offered lots of great training opportunities from Snowmobile Tips and Tricks, to basic backcountry travel techniques to equipment practice. If you attended but did not get the chance to share your feedback, please take a moment to do so now and you’ll be entered to win Black Diamond avalanche gear.  Share your thoughts here!

2017 Alaska Snow Safety Summit is set for Thursday, November 2nd from 3-8pm at Alaska Pacific University, 4101 University DriveCarr Gottstein Building Room #102

This year’s summit will focus on communication. We all know that saying the wrong thing can be worse than saying nothing at all. But saying nothing at all is a terrible option when there is information that can save lives.  Come join the conversation and Let’s Get This Right!”

Keynote Address: Jeremy Zidek, State of Alaska Homeland Security Public Information Officer, Dave Snider, NOAA PIO

Invited guests include: Media, Communication Specialists, State and Federal Agencies who gather, use or need snow advisory information, snow practitioners, guides, policy makers and community leaders. Space is limited Reserve your seat today. View the Agenda Here.

We look forward to your participation.

The public is invited to join AAIC on Saturday, November 4th 11 am and 2 pm at the Alaska Pacific University for free safety workshops courtesy of AARP Alaska and the Alaska Department of Public Safety, Division Alaska State Troopers.


Learn more and register for theSnowFest Here

Posted in AAIC News & Announcements.

Debra McGhan