Field season 2022 is a wrap! 

As the snow begins to fall, our field season is coming to an end. Thanks to all of our partners for all the great work this summer. 

We had a busy summer working across Southeast Alaska on stream restoration, fish passage, storm water pollution prevention, stream temperature monitoring, and much more. 

Check out our interactive story map by clicking the button below to visit our projects with tribal partners from this year. 

Story Map:  Building a Watershed Workforce 2022 
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The Klawock Indigenous Forest Partnership met up with the Keex' Kwaan Community Forest Partnership to learn from each other and share capacity. 

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Taylor Stumpf, Metlakatla Indian Community Department of Fish and Wildlife, shows off benthic bugs to a group of kids during a stream clean up day in Metlakatla.

Ketchikan Indian Community and US Forest Service work together to restore salmon habitat at Margaret Creek.   

The final day in the field took the SAWC team to Yakutat to build new partnerships through the rain and the cold.

We took ALOT of photos this summer! Check out our Flickr account below. 

Photo Albums 

Feel free to share photos with family and friends! If posting on social media, please tag us: @alaskawatershedcoalition

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