Sitka Conservation Society

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  • Fish to Schools to be Honored at Benefit Dinner on Wednesday 4/25

    Fish to Schools to be Honored at Benefit Dinner on Wednesday 4/25

    When people from the lower 48 think of Alaska, images of the Deadliest Catch, the debate around drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the open tundra of the north often come to mind. But, there is a lot more to Alaska. Despite the long winters and short summers Alaska is joining the nation’s [...]

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  • Backwoods: “Gardening for Alaska’s Pollinators- the birds, bees and beetles!”

    Backwoods: “Gardening for Alaska’s Pollinators- the birds, bees and beetles!”

    Speaker, Deborah Rudis is a Wildlife Biologist and the Environmental Contaminants Specialist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Ecological Services Offi ce in Juneau, where she has worked since January 1989. She is the FWS Alaska Region – Pollinator Coordinator and is encouraging the National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska to initiate bee surveys. She [...]

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  • Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Classes in Sitka, April 25-29

    Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Classes in Sitka, April 25-29

    Attention aspiring outdoors-women! Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) courses are coming to Sitka, April 25-29. Register today for bowhunting, firearm safety, rifle, shotgun and muzzleloading classes. Space is limited, so sign up today! Classes will be held at the Sitka Sportsman’s Association indoor range. Call Holley at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for more information [...]

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  • Parade of Species 2012!

    Parade of Species 2012!

    The 11th Annual Parade of Species, hosted by the Sitka Conservation Society will be held on Earth Day, April 22nd. Parade participants are invited to dress as their favorite animal or plant and join us at Totem Square at 2pm.  The parade will begin at 2:15pm when we will gallop, slither, swim, or fly down [...]

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  • SCS Illustration Contest:  Natural Patterns of the Tongass, Mycelium and Dendritic Patterns

    SCS Illustration Contest: Natural Patterns of the Tongass, Mycelium and Dendritic Patterns

    The Tongass is a place of patterns that repeat at different scales.  Branching patterns are found at all scales on the Tongass.   On a grand scale, these patterns are seen in bays and fjords on a map, in the rivers that flow through watersheds, and in the glaciers plowing down through the mountains.   At a [...]

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  • Alaska Ocean Film Festival

    Alaska Ocean Film Festival

    Alaska Ocean Film Festival   Sheet’ ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House Thursday, March 15th 6:30pm   Admission:$5 Tickets available March 2nd at Old harbor Bookstore or at the door   Brought to the good people of Sitka by the The Alaska Center for the Environment in conjunction with the Sitka Conservation Society     [...]

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