Author Archives: Nicole
Updates from TIWC!
Taiya Inlet Watershed Council is starting up another year of Salmon in the Classroom at the Skagway School. We are excited to be partnering with the Skagway Traditional Council this year, bringing a cultural component to the program! We started … Continue reading
Goodbye from Rachel
Dear Community of Skagway, I’ve had the pleasure of serving you as the director of the Taiya Inlet Watershed Council for the past 4.5 years. Together we’ve protected riparian areas, built rain gardens, raised salmon from eggs to fry (and … Continue reading
I found some great volunteers to help me clean out the rain garden. For more information on rain gardens, click on Projects > Current Projects > Rain Gardens in Skagway.
Wild and Scenic Film Festival A Success
Thanks to a cooperative team of audio/visual enthusiasts, the Taiya Inlet Watershed Council presented the Wild and Scenic Film Festival with sound and video on March 19! We have to say a big thank you to the Skagway Brewing Company, … Continue reading
Wild and Scenic Film Festival March 19
Job Opening – TIWC and STC combine forces
Job Title: Environmental Coordinator Salary: $22/hr Term: Permanent – Full Time (40 hrs/week) Reports to: Skagway Traditional Council Tribal Administrator This position is located at the Skagway Traditional Council Community Center in Skagway Alaska, with the primary responsibility being … Continue reading
Skagway Traditional Council is Hiring
Interested in helping to improve environmental health in Skagway? Check out the Environmental Assistant posting on the Skagway Traditional Council website: http://www.skagwaytraditional.org/employment.html
Food Preservation Workshops Oct 16 -18
StreamWalk Interpretive Sign Review
Join the Taiya Inlet Watershed Council and Corvus Design on Wednesday, September 30th anytime between 4pm and 7pm at the Skagway Traditional Council Building on 11th and Broadway to review full-size printouts of the StreamWalk Interpretive panels. We’re looking for … Continue reading