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The Friends of the Campbell Creek Science Center provides outdoor education programs for people of all ages that inspire a sense of wonder, increase understanding of science, and promote stewardship of the environment.

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5600 Science Center Dr.

Anchorage, AK


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ConocoPhillips Alaska has been a Birch Sponsor ($5000- $9999)

of the Friends of Campbell Creek Science Center for several years. Their support has provided numerous scholarships for students in Anchorage to experience the programs at the CCSC.

Watch this great video to see what the Science Center is all about- getting kids excited about learning and the outdoors.
Click below to view our 2013 Annual Report

Easy ways to Help

You can help the FCCSC earn donations just by shopping with your Fred Meyer Rewards Card! Here's how the program works: - Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to the FCCSC now! 
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Do you shop on Of course you do, You live in Alaska! Amazon Smile is a simple way for you to give back to the FCCSC just by linking your amazon account! Get started now and help us raise money to get kids outdoors!
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Fireside Chat Series

Come spend the evening by the fire listening to a timely tale about science in real life. The programs are free and open to the public. All programs begin at 7pm.

  • November 19: The Science of Skiing on Snow
  • December 17: The Research Vessel Sikuliaq
  • January 21: Viruses Jumping--How Viruses Move from One Species to Another
  • February 18: Science on the North Slope
  • March 18: Fantastic Feats or Flagrant Frauds? The Curious Tale of Long-Distance Dog Mushing in Alaska, 1890s-1930s
  • April 15: Dinosaurs in Denali