Final Reflection by Hannah Rockwell

When I think back on AGLP 2013 the things that stick out in my mind are not the momentous achievements that we made as a group, they are small moments. The things I remember vividly are the participa...

Final Reflection by Clay Robinson

This trip is not a vacation. The Alaska Great Lakes Project is a journey that challenges you every step of the way. Challenges help you realize who you are as a person. Each year I encounter new pe...

Final Reflection By Eden Hartung

Beautiful, is everything that goes on in Alaska. Alaska has many different faces that she calls her own. Some see Alaska as scary, those dark winter days and some find the free spiritedness of others...

Final Reflection by Matt Crapo

As I look back at this trip even though it was 2 weeks for me, time is just not a factor. Time is nothing on this trip. It still feels like I’ve been here the whole time. This being my 11th tri...

Final Reflection by Dusty Moore

Dusty Moore I never though coming to Alaska would make me realize how much I would miss my family, yet allow myself to prove to everyone that I can be independent, strong, and responsible. Climbing a...

Final Reflection by Hannah Delmotte

Through the Alaska Great Lakes Project I have grown as a person, by learning life skills and experiencing life lessons. Not only have I learned to use the FISH Philosophy without thought, but I have ...