Sitka Conservation Society
Jun 26 2011

Expedition: Stikine Wilderness

Sitka Conservation Society partnered with the Tongass National Forest to control invasive plant populations in the Stikine-LeConte Wilderness located on the mainland of southeast Alaska. The main objective was to control the spread of  Reed Canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea).


Jun 25 2011

Expedition: Pleasant Island 2011

Pleasant Island is located just one mile from the community of Gustavus and is used by many for recreation and hunting. SCS partnered with Southeast Alaska Conservation Council and the US Forest Service to address the threats and problems to the Pleasant Island Wilderness Area.

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