ConocoPhillips Alaska

Civic Programs & the Arts

Many small communities throughout Alaska host hometown community events that celebrate their regional or cultural uniqueness. Civic and arts opportunities often bring communities together in a way that other types of activities cannot. Whether it is an Independence Day parade or simply getting the family outdoors during the long winter, ConocoPhillips is proud to contribute to events throughout Alaska that enrich the quality of life for all Alaskans.

ConocoPhillips recognizes that a clean environment is something every community needs.

The company awarded over $750,000 to various conservation and natural resource projects in 2014. One highlight is the long-standing Spirit of Conservation Program which gave more than $300,000 to 15 projects statewide, with a focus on salmon habitat restoration, trail enhancements, bird research and conservation education. Through this program our investments have included Friends of Creamer’s Field in Fairbanks, Kenai Watershed Forum, Alaska Association of Conservation Districts, and Great Land Trust. We also donated $150,000 to the Alaska SeaLife Center for its marine wildlife rescue program.