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  • Restoring Fish Habitat on a Tributary of Pat’s Creek

    Restoring Fish Habitat on a Tributary of Pat’s Creek

    Before: Introducing the project At the end of March, SAWC completed on the ground restoration work on a small tributary that feeds into the Pat’s Creek watershed near Wrangell, AK. This tributary had been damaged and blocked off in areas as a result of previous logging operations at the site. …
  • Klawock Lake Sockeye Salmon Action Plan

    Klawock Lake Sockeye Salmon Action Plan

    Sockeye salmon from Klawock Lake have been important to the livelihood and culture of the people of Klawock, Craig, and Prince of Wales Island for millennia. Over the last two decades there have been significant declines in the number of fish returning to the Klawock Watershed, and a group of …
  • Restoration Potential in the Mendenhall Wetlands

    Restoration Potential in the Mendenhall Wetlands

    The Mendenhall Wetlands, extensive intertidal and estuarine wetlands between the Juneau mainland and Douglas Island, are a globally recognized Important Bird Area, an ecological hotspot in Southeast Alaska, and a treasured recreation area for Juneau.  These wetlands have been heavily impacted by urbanization and resource development over the years, leading …

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