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This Month in Anchorage: August 2022

This Month in Anchorage is a short round-up of events happening around town. It’s by no means an exhaustive list and we welcome additional events or activities in the comments! Wednesday, August 3, 5:30pm: ACLT Neighborhood Hero Awards Join the Anchorage Community Land Trust for an evening of food, drinks, and recognizing the Neighborhood Heroes […]

Urban Trail Loops: Connecting Communities

There is no shortage of research that confirms what most of us intuitively know – that urban trails make our communities better. People use trails to travel safely to nearby destinations, spend time in nature, spend time with loved ones, and for recreation. Trails also provide an economic benefit to nearby businesses by increasing customer […]

This Week in Anchorage: April 3 – 9

This Week in Anchorage is a short round-up of events happening around town. It’s by no means an exhaustive list and we welcome additional events or activities in the comments! Tuesday, April 5, until 8pm: Anchorage Municipal Election The Municipal election is Tuesday, April 5th! Anchorage uses vote by mail so you should have received […]

This Week in Anchorage: March 27 – April 2

This Week in Anchorage is a short round-up of events happening around town. It’s by no means an exhaustive list and we welcome additional events or activities in the comments! Monday, March 28, 6-8pm – Boss Babes: Women in Business Join YWCA AK and the Anchorage Museum for this panel of women business owners discussing […]

2021 Huddle Highlights

With less than a month left of 2021, we’re feeling a little bit like this about 2022’s imminent arrival: And while the second year of the pandemic didn’t feel nearly as uncertain as the first, there were still plenty of challenges, including bouncing between in-person and virtual public involvement events and supply chain issues impacting […]

Huddle AK Headquarters Has Moved!

Huddle AK Headquarters has moved! Earlier this summer, Huddle’s founder Holly Spoth-Torres and her husband Jose Torres bought the historic Leopold David House in Downtown Anchorage at the corner of W. 2nd Avenue and F St. The Leopold David House was built in 1917 by Anchorage’s first mayor, Leopold David. David was born in Germany […]

Schools on Trails Program and Maps

Schools on Trails Program The Anchorage Park Foundation’s Schools on Trails program is an effort to get more Anchorage students outside of their classrooms and into nearby parks and trails. Anchorage has 224 parks and 250 miles of trails as well as numerous neighborhood schools that are located near those natural spaces. APF serves as a […]

FUTURE LANDSCAPES

Lead the Change As part of the Anchorage Museum’s Design Week, Huddle Principal Holly Spoth-Torres moderated FUTURE LANDSCAPES: LEAD THE CHANGE with Salt LLC’s President Michael Fredericks and Women Talk Design’s CEO Danielle Barnes. Michael presented on her and her family’s experiences as Yu’pik people and her professional journey to found Salt, LLC as a people-oriented design firm. Danielle […]

Public Involvement During COVID-19

So many things have changed for us all in the past few months, and many people are seeking a sense of normalcy and continuity where they can. For Huddle and many of our clients, that includes continuing the momentum of project management and public involvement in new and innovative ways. Since covid-19 started impacting Alaska […]


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