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  • Water Quality Monitoring Tracks Effectiveness of Restoration on Juneau’s Duck Creek

    Water Quality Monitoring Tracks Effectiveness of Restoration on Juneau’s Duck Creek

    The Juneau Watershed Partnership (JWP) as part of the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition (SAWC) was awarded a two-year grant through the Alaska Clean Waters Actions (ACWA) Grant Program administered through the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to monitor the Nancy Street wetland on Duck Creek in Juneau. The purpose …
  • New! Management applications of freshwater temperature data

    New! Management applications of freshwater temperature data

    SAWC is pleased to release “Management Applications of Regional Freshwater Temperature Data for Southeast Alaska,” a white paper that describes the need for freshwater temperature monitoring and ways the data can be used in natural resource management applications, including fisheries management, invasive species control, riparian conditions, fish passage, water quality …
  • Skagway Students Learn Salmon Life Cycle Hands-On Through Salmon In The Classroom

    Skagway Students Learn Salmon Life Cycle Hands-On Through Salmon In The Classroom

    Skagway’s Taiya Inlet Watershed Council wrapped up another great year of Salmon in the Classroom in April and is just starting up another year of the project. In January of 2017 TIWC received over 200 eyed coho salmon eggs from DIPAC Hatchery in Juneau, AK for the Salmon in the Classroom …