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COMING UP THIS WEEK AT CREAMER'S FIELD!
Season's Readings at Creamer's Field

Sunday December 14th, 1:30 PM

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

Purchase an autographed copy of the Mark D. Ross "Field Sketches: The Alaska Wildlife Almanac Through the Seasons..." book.
It has 180 of 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 before they sell out for the season!

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!
qWe will also be open during the Ornament-making Events December 13th and 20th, Noon till 4:00 PM

Thanks for coming to December's First Friday "Winter and Wildlife." 30% of sales were donated to Friends of Creamer's Field!
Thanks to all the artists who participated on just a moment's notice, including Randall Compton, Glenna Gannon,
Daniel Kennedy, Laura Nutter, Gail Priday, Mark D. Ross, Todd Sherman and Vladimir Zhikhartsev.
And special thanks to Sarah DeGennaro for all the work she did getting this show up and running through completion!

Thank you for coming to Celebrate the Yuletide Light with us!

December 6, 2014

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!)

We are a non-profit organization, wholly dependent on memberships, gifts, donations and grants.
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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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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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