Sitka Conservation Society

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  • SCS Annual Meeting – Thursday, February 21st

    SCS Annual Meeting – Thursday, February 21st

    The Sitka Conservation Society will hold their annual meeting on Thursday, February 21st beginning at 7:00 pm at the Harrigan Centennial Hall Exhibit Room. SCS staff will give a brief update on current SCS developments and projects. There will be a special showing of the short film, Discovering the Tongass.  All SCS members and anyone [...]

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  • FOOD Film Festival February 22-24

    FOOD Film Festival February 22-24

    A FOOD Film Festival! Learn what is happening in the Food Movement locally, nationally, and globally. Check out the films, join the roundtable discussion, and tune into Rob Kineen’s keynote presentation on the use of local and traditional foods. Sink into your chair, munch on some popcorn, and get your taste buds in on the [...]

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  • SCS Recommends:  Sitka STOP GMO SALMON Rally

    SCS Recommends: Sitka STOP GMO SALMON Rally

    The event will take place on  Saturday, February 9th, from 1:00 to 1:30 pm, at the Crescent Harbor Shelter. This a quick get together to show public opposition to the pending FDA approval. It’s not too late to comment to the FDA, come learn why and how! I’m inviting the press, so we really want [...]

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  • “Changing Shorelines and the Search for Early Habitation Sites: a Talk by Jim Baichtal, Tongass Forest Geologist”

    “Changing Shorelines and the Search for Early Habitation Sites: a Talk by Jim Baichtal, Tongass Forest Geologist”

    Friday, February 8th, 7:00 pm, UAS, Sitka, Room 220 Learn about research into the interactions of ice, land and sea across Southeast Alaska at the end of the last ice age. Recent discoveries, some in the Sitka area have been used in an attempt to model changing shorelines from the end of the last ice [...]

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  • “Review of Earthquakes Along the Queen Charlotte Fault” Program

    “Review of Earthquakes Along the Queen Charlotte Fault” Program

      Natalia Ruppert,  Seismologist, Alaska Earthquake Information Center, GI UAF Tuesday, January 29 UAS  Room 229 The Queen Charlotte fault is a strike-slip fault that marks the boundary between two tectonic plates: the Pacific Plate to the southwest and the North American Plate to the northeast. This fault has previously ruptured in major earthquakes, including [...]

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  • Sitka High School to have Woodshop Open House Featuring Local Wood

    Sitka High School to have Woodshop Open House Featuring Local Wood

    The Sitka High School industrial arts classes and Sitka Conservation Society invite you to an open house of student handiwork featuring red alder harvested from False Island and processed in Sitka. Come to the SHS woodshop (follow signs from the front door) on December 19th, from 4:00-5:00 p.m., to learn more about the unique properties [...]

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