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  • 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 …
  • Now Hiring: Environmental Science Intern for Water Quality Monitoring

    Now Hiring: Environmental Science Intern for Water Quality Monitoring

    In partnership with the Juneau Watershed Partnership (JWP), the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition seeks an Environmental Science Intern to carry out the collection of water quality monitoring data on the Duck Creek Watershed in Juneau: The JWP in partnership with the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition (SAWC) and the University of …
  • Localizing the Food System: Developing a Food Hub for SE Alaska

    Localizing the Food System: Developing a Food Hub for SE Alaska

    In Southeast Alaska, improved access to local foods and a more reliable food supply are critical components of self-reliance and community resiliency. Residents of the region’s rural communities face high and rising costs of living, a declining state economy, and¬†dependence upon air and water transport for delivery of basic commodities …