Community-Based Watershed Management Forum
March 8th, 5:30 – 6:30 pm Baranof Hotel, Juneau
The Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition (SAWC) and the National Forest Foundation (NFF) invite you to attend the Forum and participate in a poster session.
This is a free event for participants and there are travel scholarships available for those individuals/organizations who contribute to the forum by sharing their community-based watershed related projects during the Poster Session on March 8th.
There are numerous examples of community-based watershed projects being implemented across Southeast Alaska and the State. This poster session will provide an opportunity to inform other municipalities, tribes, watershed councils, and community-based organizations of your project and promote watershed resiliency and sustainable communities.
Posters that emphasize the following points will be entered in a drawing to win a travel scholarship![list style=”check” color=”teal”]
- Highlights of project
- Impact of project on watershed and community
- Tips and Tricks to implement project
- Specific resources required to implement project
The Community-Based Watershed Management Forum is a state wide event and is intended to build the capacity of community-based organizations, municipalities, tribes and the agencies, industry, private sector and regional organizations that these groups work with to carry-out strategic watershed restoration, development, and management projects.
Invasive Weeds: Juneau Cooperative Weed Management Area and United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Juneau AK
Pullen Creek Restoration Project: Taiya Inlet Watershed Council, Skagway AK
Biomass: Yakutat Salmon Board, Yakutat AK