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  • 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 …
  • Annual Spring Clean Up May 1st, 2021

    Annual Spring Clean Up May 1st, 2021

    Help Keep Juneau’s Watersheds Free of Litter Litter in our streams, riparian areas and wetlands isn’t just unsightly, it can harm the environment. Plastic, the most ubiquitous type of litter, is common in many of our local water bodies and has a good chance of making it to the ocean, …
  • SAWC Presents: Making Watershed Plans Work

    SAWC Presents: Making Watershed Plans Work

    Join the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition March 15th-18th for a series of trainings discussing how to get restoration projects off the ground. Speakers will provide locally relevant information and examples for Southeast Alaska communities involved in watershed work. Contact Sarah at SARAHMAEDAVIDSON@GMAIL.COM for more information.   ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED …

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