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"Inspiring environmental stewardship and lifelong learning through experience, awareness and
appreciation of the natural and historical resources of Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge"

For your convenience we have two handicap accessible parking spots next to the Farmhouse Visitor Center/Gift Shop entrance ramp.
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National Moth Week Event!

Did you know that this is National Moth Week? The Fourth Annual National Moth Week 2015, July 18-26, Celebrates Hawk Moths - "It’s a bird, it’s a bee … no, it’s a hummingbird moth!" Citizen scientists will be looking for the fascinating hummingbird moth and its relatives in the Sphingidae family this summer as the fourth annual National Moth Week is observed across the U.S. and around the world. It celebrates the beauty, life cycles, and habitats of moths. Come join us! We will be celebrating this event on Friday July 24th with cake and punch from 7 - 9 pm. We will be putting up lights and bait to see what Moths we can attract! Come join the fun and learn something about the Moths in interior Alaska!



Trail Repairs Complete! July 2015

The record rainfall in July 2014 made a mess of parts of our Boreal Forest Trail boardwalk. Thanks to a grant from REI, our dedicated volunteers, and donations from other concerned folks, the trail has been repaired. Thank you to everyone who made this possible! Come enjoy the Boreal Forest Trail, again! View more photos HERE

CAMP HABITAT NEWS UPDATE!

Please note! All of the 2015 camps are full!

Feel free to call 750-2298 to check on the "wait" list if you are interested.
For online registration, click the link* at the bottom of the Camp Habitat page!

A big thanks to the artists and visitors who attended the Design Alaska
Wild Arts Walk fundraiser on June 14th. We all had a wonderful day!



See more photos from the event HERE. Thank you Craig Dorman for these photos!
(NOTE: If you are in a photo and wish to have it removed from the page, please contact us HERE.)

Come to the Farmhouse to purchase gifts for your nature-loving friends!

Purchase a copy of the Mark D. Ross "Field Sketches: The Alaska Wildlife Almanac Through the Seasons..." book.
It has his field sketches, including those that were seen in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner during the years 2000-2014.
Some are also in color! Get one NOW!

Give your family and friends a Gift Membership to "Friends of Creamer's Field" and share our local refuge with everyone!

Come and shop for other gift ideas! Call 452-5162 to see if we are open. If we are in the building, the Visitor Center Gift Shop is open!


Some of our items include a select variety of Folkmanis Puppets, Peeps Birds, Baseball caps, Nature books, Creamer's Field t-shirts,
mugs, artwork, cards, CD's and more. New stock arrives soon! Check it out for gift-giving to your nature-loving friends.
(We accept VISA and Mastercard.)

Thank you for coming to our Events in 2014 and for supporting our programs!


Go, see the tree.




A Creamer's Field PSA was made by KTVF Channel 11 Broadcast Academy students in 2014.

Click HERE to view the video!

(Right click the link and choose from the menu "Save Link As" to keep your own copy!)

*A way you can support Friends of Creamer's Field*
PICK.CLICK.GIVE.

Do you receive an Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend? Consider making a donation from your PFD next year! When you apply for your PFD next year be sure to designate a donation to Friends of Creamer's Field through the Pick.Click.Give. Program! And a big THANK YOU to the 109 donors who gave us over $6000 in 2014!

We are a non-profit organization, wholly dependent on memberships, gifts, donations and grants.
(*See Terms and Conditions below.)

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FRIENDS OF CREAMER'S FIELD
A BIG THANK YOU
to all of our
very generous donors!




Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge

Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge includes almost 2000 acres, of which 150 acres lie within the city of Fairbanks, Alaska. The fields, woods, and wetlands are managed by the Alaska State Department of Fish and Game. The farmhouse, barns, and 12 acres are listed in the National Register of Historic Places of the National Park Service.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game ~ Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge Overview


Friends of Creamer's Field
1300 College Road
P. O. Box 81065
Fairbanks, AK 99708
(907) 452-5162 Email Us


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*Terms and Conditions for Contributions
Memberships and donations are tax deductible (Tax ID# 92-0137107). As a member you receive our Field Notes newsletter, 10% discounts on our items sold in the Visitor Center gift shop, an invitation to our annual member picnic, and more!
I understand that my donation is to Friends of Creamer’s Field which is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. I understand that, like any tax-deductible charitable donation, my donation cannot be cancelled or returned once it has been completed. I understand that I cannot accept any goods or services in exchange for my donation. If I received goods or services in exchange for my donation, I understand that my tax deduction may be limited to the excess of the contribution over the fair market value of any items received in exchange for the donation. Friends of Creamer’s Field does not share information on our email lists. We do not do business with OFAC sanctioned countries.

Friends of Creamer’s Field reserves the right to update these Terms at any time. Any updates will be posted here, on our website.


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