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Working to build a network of community-based watershed efforts achieving informed management of the resources in Southeast Alaska

 

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Pat Creek Watershed Reconnaissance – Wrangell

  Pat Creek, near the community of Wrangell, supports runs of coho, pink, sockeye, and chum salmon, as well as Dolly Varden char, Coastal Cutthroat trout, and Steelhead trout. The Pat Creek watershed is highly valued by the Wrangell community for its accessibility and opportunities for recreation and subsistence activities. Much of the valley bottom… Read More

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Monitoring Traditional Subsistence Resources With Environmental DNA

Eulachon, locally pronounced “hooligan” have been an important subsistence food source for residents of the Chilkoot and Chilkat Rivers near Haines for generations. Eulachon are anadromous (spending part of their life in the ocean, part in fresh water) fish that gather in large schools at the mouths of rivers and streams before heading up to… Read More

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Local Mitigation & Watershed Planning: POW Community Meeting 5/13

Please join the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition for a community meeting in Klawock on May 13th! This meeting will provide information on the proposed Southeast Alaska Mitigation Fund; how communities can interact with this program to plan and carry out aquatic resource mitigation and restoration.    Please visit http://www.alaskawatershedcoalition.org/programs/aquaticresourcemitigation for more information on aquatic resource… Read More

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Sitka Community Meeting: the Southeast Alaska Mitigation Fund | May 11

  The Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition will be in Sitka Monday May 11 to provide information on the proposed Southeast Alaska Mitigation Fund and aquatic resource mitigation in Southeast Alaska!   Learn more about aquatic resource mitigation in Southeast Alaska  

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A New Home Base for Takshanuk Watershed Council!

  Congratulations to TWC, the new owner of the Jones Point Property in Haines! The property encompasses 50 acres full of opportunity for stewardship, restoration, education, and recreation for the Haines community. Located on the banks of the Chilkat River and previously owned by Native village corporation Klukwan Inc., the property hosts several buildings that TWC intends… Read More

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