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  • 2016 Petersburg Beach Monitoring Program Results: Sandy Beach Park

    2016 Petersburg Beach Monitoring Program Results: Sandy Beach Park

    Last summer the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition (SAWC) in partnership with the Petersburg Indian Association continued a second year of recreational beach monitoring to test a popular local beach for levels of harmful bacteria. With support from the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the Petersburg Beach program sampled waters …
  • Stream and Wetland Temperature Monitoring Training

    Stream and Wetland Temperature Monitoring Training

    We are excited to partner with Chilkat Indian Village and Cook Inletkeeper to provide a stream and wetland temperature monitoring training and climate change monitoring training May 2-5, 2017, in Klukwan, AK. The training is designed for tribes and community organizations and will include hands-on field demonstrations. Contact information and …
  • How to be a “Stream Friendly” Landowner

    How to be a “Stream Friendly” Landowner

    There are hundreds of salmon streams throughout Southeast Alaska and chances are likley that you live next to or close to one of them! The Juneau Watershed Partnership has created a handy brochure to help streamside landowners be good neighbors to their stream-dwelling friends. The brochure has some helpful information …