Stream and Wetland Temperature Monitoring Training
Monitoring for Climate Change Training
May 2 – 5, 2017
For Tribes and Community Organizations
Hosted by Chilkat Indian Village
In partnership with the Cook Inlet Keeper and the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition
so you can receive important information about the training.
For more information contact
Daniel Klanott, CIV Environmental Specialist
at 907-767-5505 ext. 224
Limited travel scholarships from the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition are available to attendees:
Please fill out the application found in the “Travel” tab and email to Rebecca Bellmore.
1:30-5 PM: Welcome and introduction climate change presentation
5-6PM: Light snacks, Jjlkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage and Bald Eagle Preserve Center tour
AM: Stream temperature monitoring presentations and classroom training
PM: Stream temperature monitoring field training; lunch and light snacks provided
AM: Stream temperature monitoring field training
PM: Data – classroom training; wetlands presentation; lunch and light snacks provided
Friday (Haines, Aspen Hotel)
9 AM – 1 PM: Panel discussion and wrap-up; lunch provided
- The Aspen Hotel has generously reserved a block of rooms at a discounted rate for meeting attendees. Contact Rebecca Bellmore for information on how to access these rooms.
- Transportation will be provided from lodging in Haines to and from the meeting location in Klukwan.
If you are in need of travel funds, please fill out the scholarship application below and email to Rebecca Bellmore