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  • Assessing the resilience of Southeast Alaska salmon to a shifting freshwater environment

    Assessing the resilience of Southeast Alaska salmon to a shifting freshwater environment

    SAWC is part of a newly-funded Sea Grant project that will assess the resilience of Southeast Alaska salmon to a shifting freshwater environment. Along with researchers from the University of Alaska and the Forest Service, we will work with communities in Southeast Alaska to collect water temperature and flow data …
  • WANTED: Bohemian knotweed (Dead)

    WANTED: Bohemian knotweed (Dead)

    Most  people don’t worry much about invasive plants during the winter months. After doing battle with them all summer or watching them take over our yards and open spaces during the growing season, we relax as the last of them die back in the fall. As cold winter weather grips …
  • Save the Date! Watershed Restoration Workshop

    Save the Date! Watershed Restoration Workshop

    Stepping up to the plate for collaborative restoration March 5-7, Juneau AK Workshop Goals: The 2018 Southeast Alaska Watershed Restoration Workshop will build capacity to develop collaborative solutions for the restoration and informed management of SEAK’s watersheds. The event will bring together community leaders, NGOs and resource managers from across SEAK …