Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

Protecting Alaska's Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains since 1995.
Sign up for email updates
Sections
You are here: Home Clean Water Clean Boating & Harbors Clean Boating Discount Card Program

Clean Boating Discount Card Program

Inletkeeper partners with area businesses to encourage clean boating practices

Do you love salmon? Do you love to boat in Alaskan lakes, rivers, and coastal waters? If you answered yes, Inletkeeper has an exciting new opportunity for you and your community to help keep these critical waterways clean and safe for aquatic life.

Local businesses from Talkeetna to Kenai are supporting boaters who protect these waters and encourage others to do their part to keep the water clean while boating. Show your clean boating card at these businesses to start receiving discounts!

Get YOUR Discount Card Now! It's as easy as 1-2-3:

1. Take the FREE online Clean Boating course provided by the BoatUS Foundation to learn about some simple steps and best practices you can do to minimize your impact on the environment while boating.

2. Once you complete the course, take our short survey .

3. We'll send your FREE discount card in the mail, valid at participating local businesses through December 2016!

TwoRedSockeyeSpawning.jpgFueloutsign_06212015.JPG


 

No matter how we enjoy the water, we all have a responsibility to be clean boaters and have a critical part to play in maintaining the health of our waterways. Water contaminated with oil and gas can harm fish and aquatic life, especially juvenile and adult salmon that reside there.

As a boater, you can show support for these businesses in your community by using your discount card there to purchase boating products and other goods and services. We are working together to promote clean boating in this new and exciting way, to spread knowledge about how to practice clean boating while giving back to local communities.

Are you a business interested in partnering? For more information on how YOU can participate, please contact Heather at heather@inletkeeper.org or 907-720-1417