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The Alaskan Wall

Located in Alaska on the side of the historic Iditarod Trail there is a wall comprised of hundreds of names. These names represent good people, pets and schools throughout the world.
This wall of names provides a place where people from throughout the world can submit a name and have it hand-carved on an individual eight food Canadian fir board. The names are intended to remain at the trail indefinitely. Each of these
names also appear on www.AlaskanGardens.com   

The Alaskan Wall is located within a pristine garden, and each name
serves as a reminder to those who have lived, and to those of us living! Within the walls is a garden where trees and migratory birds flourish!

Many of the names upon this wall are of folks who have
never been to Alaska - but have left their mark here!

The Alaskan Gardens is a 401(c) non-profit organization in Alaska, dedicated to providing homes for kids, and protecting the environment we all share.

For your $100 contribution to the Alaskan Gardens we'll be happy to include your name, or that of a loved one, and we will send you a photograph of your name once completed!

Each name is engraved on an eight foot weather-resistant Canadian fir board
and placed upon the wall, as well as included on the wall's internet registry!

Your $100.00 donation will go
to the Alaskan Gardens,
a non-profit organization dedicated to nature and life.
 
Contact us here:

 
Alaskan Wall
P.O. Box 873711
Wasilla, Alaska 99687-3711

(907) 715-1226