Your Business is our Business. A voluntary organization, the Greater Sitka Chamber of Commerce promotes, supports and grows commerce and economic growth in the community.
Sitka Conservation Society
Building cultural, ecological and economic prosperity in Southeast Alaska – Sitka Conservation Society works to protect and manage the Tongass in a way that the world will be inspired by. Our grassroots work is based in Sitka, Alaska, a small coastal town in the heart of the Tongass, the largest national forest in the United States.
Friends of Sitka National Historical Park
Alaska Department of Fish & Game
Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism
Harrigan Centennial Hall
Built in 1967, during Alaska’s Centennial celebration, the building is still one of the finest in the state. It houses the Sitka Historical Society, a local history collection located in the Sitka Historical Museum (formerly known as the Isabel Miller Museum), an auditorium for public use, Baranof Arts and Crafts Association (in the summer months), a wildlife display, and an information desk (with visitor information in the summer months). A large hand-carved Tlingit canoe made from one log is displayed under a sheltered area near the building.