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  • *NEW* Alaska Invasives ID App

    *NEW* Alaska Invasives ID App

    Do you want to help identify, track, and manage invasive species in your area? The Alaska Invasive Species Partnership has just released a new mobile application to do just that! The new app features an interactive key to identify invasive species, pictures and descriptions of invasive species, and easy reporting …
  • Salt and Soil Moves to Ecotrust

    Salt and Soil Moves to Ecotrust

    For over 5 years, SAWC has hosted a local food program in collaboration with the Sustainable Southeast Partnership. This included building and operating the Salt and Soil Marketplace, hosting the “Local Food Challenge”, lending support to local growers and harvesters, and facilitating networking and capacity development projects for local foods …
  • It may look good from afar, but it’s far from good.

    It may look good from afar, but it’s far from good.

    It may look good from afar, but it’s far from good. Unknown from Juneau until about 8 years ago, the European bird cherry is a highly invasive non-native tree found throughout the road system. While the tree was likely brought to town for its ornamental qualities, its acrid cherries are …

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