Founded in 1997 by a group of concerned Aaskans, KWF has grown from a small collective focusing on the Kenai River Watershed to a board directed, regionally respected 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission includes working together for healthy watersheds across the Kenai Peninsula (16,000 square miles).
KWF focuses on finding solutions to watershed concerns through high quality research, education and restoration programs. KWF is a recognized leader among watershed organizations in Alaska and beyond. KWF invites the community to celebrate our watershed through annual community events like the Kenai River Festival, the Kenai Peninsula Birding Festival and summer camp, as well as learn about completed restoration projects (20+ miles of reconnected salmon habitat & 50+ culvert replacements for fish passage). KWF is proud to facilitate healthy watershed activities for the benefit of hundreds of wildlife species, 400,000 annual visitors and the 54,000 people that call the peninsula home.
Soldotna Chamber and Visitor Center
44790 Sterling Hwy
Soldotna, AK 99669