Photo by Milo Burcham
Thank you to our Generous Business Sponsors!
Caring for Prince William Sound is a community effort, and we would accomplish far less in the Sound if it were not for the generosity of the business community.
Chugach Mountains Level Sponsors
(Donations of $1,000.00 or more)
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council
The mission of the Trustee Council is to restore the resources, services, and environment injured by the Exxon Valdez oil spill to a healthy and productive ecosystem, while considering the importance of the quality of life and the need for viable opportunities to establish and sustain a reasonable standard of living.
The original Blackstone Bay PWC tour! We’re highly committed to safety, small environmental impact and customer satisfaction! We achieve this by having qualified guides and operating 5 star E.P.A rated vessels with customized noise reduction. See the beauty of P.W.S in small groups with our local small family business!
Chugach Alaska Corporation
While Chugach Alaska Corporation has more than 4,000 employees who work at sites around the world, Prince William Sound (PWS) remains our home. Our people have lived and flourished in this region for more than 5,000 years, so we’re proud to be a sponsor of the PWS Natural History Symposium.
Alaska’s small-ship cruise specialists exclusively navigating the pristine waters of Prince William Sound. Our friendly & knowledgeable guides, gourmet meals, and historic 12 guest capacity working yacht all contribute to the experience. Voyages feature hiking & kayaking, glaciers, photography, whale watching & wildlife viewing, birding, as well as private charters.
Travel with the local experts through the fjords of Prince William Sound to Meares or Columbia Glacier. View amazing wildlife such as seals, sea otters, sea lions, whales, and porpoise as well as marine birdlife. Daily tours mid-May through mid–September. Let Alaskans show you Alaska!
The Oil Spill Recovery Institute supports research, education, and demonstration projects that improve our understanding and response to oil spills in the Arctic and Subarctic marine environments.