Sitka Conservation Society

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  • Alaska Way of Life 4-H Summer Programs

    Alaska Way of Life 4-H Summer Programs

    The Alaska Way of Life 4-H  is gearing up for Summer!! Cloverbud Adventure: Tuesdays, 10 – 11:30am 4-H members will be able to explore various 4-H projects throughout the summer including hiking, intertidal life, plant identification, and much more! Open to grades K-3. Cloverbud Gardening: Fridays, 9-10am Kids will be able to get their hands dirty [...]

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  • Sail West Chichagof and support SCS

    Sail West Chichagof and support SCS

    Chichagof Island – the name alone can quicken the pulse of anybody from Sitka. Home to the 265,000 acre West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness, it has a coastline only 8 miles shorter than all of the Hawaiian Islands together! Shee Kaax (Chichagof Island) is the fifth largest island in the United States and the 109th largest island in [...]

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  • Youth Eco-Challenge

    Youth Eco-Challenge

    2014 Earth Week wrapped up with the first annual Youth Eco Challenge. The event, hosted by the National Historical Park, had five teams engaged in various challenges that tested their living with the land skills as well as teamwork and communication. The event began with a fire building task on the beach. Teams made a [...]

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  • 2014 Parade of Species

    2014 Parade of Species

    Thanks to everyone who attended the 13th Annual Parade of Species! The Parade of Species is an annual celebration of Earth Day organized by the Sitka Conservation Society.  Families are invited to dress up as their favorite plant or animal and swim, slither, fly, or trot through town.  Community partners offer games and activities after [...]

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  • 13th Annual Parade of the Species – Friday, April 25th

    13th Annual Parade of the Species – Friday, April 25th

     Parade of the Species, Friday, April 25th, Meet at 2:30 The 13th Annual Parade of the Species will be held on Friday, April 25th.  Parade participants are invited to dress as their favorite animal or plant and gallop, slither, swim, or fly with us. We will meet in Totem Square at 2:30 and parade down [...]

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  • DC Environmental Film Festival

    DC Environmental Film Festival

    We are very excited to announce that The Meaning of Wild has been accepted to the DC Environmental Film Festival! Please join us for the event March 20th at 6:30pm at the Yates Auditorium (address below). Washington, D.C. Premiere The Meaning of Wild is a documentary film that takes viewers on a journey through one of our [...]

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