Sitka Conservation Society

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  • The Meaning of Wild, March 9th in Sitka

    The Meaning of Wild, March 9th in Sitka

    SCS will present the Sitka premiere of The Meaning of Wild Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 6-8pm at the Sitka Performing Arts Center.  Tickets $7 available at Old Harbor Books (2/14/2014). Free for kids 10 and under. The film will be accompanied by a selection of wilderness-themed short films,  a photography exhibit and silent auction, and [...]

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  • Alaska Way-of-Life 4H

    Alaska Way-of-Life 4H

    Want to get involved with 4H? 4H is a positive youth development program to get youth civically engaged and apply leadership skills at a young age. Our 4H Adventure Series starts February 18!! This series will be Tuesdays through May from 4:15 – 5:45pm for ages 8 to 13. Skills we will explore are: map and compass navigation, using survival kits, GPS [...]

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  • A 4H 2013 in Review

    A 4H 2013 in Review

    The Alaska Way-of-Life 4H club had a full year of getting youth outside, civically engaged, and exploring the Tongass National Forest. In 2013, young Sitkans explored the Tongass by foot and kayak, and gave back to community elders. 4H is a prime example of how SCS is meeting its goal to educate people to be [...]

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  • Young-Growth Bike Shelter Installed!

    Young-Growth Bike Shelter Installed!

    Last week, after much anticipation, SCS was able to get the Young Growth bike shelter installed at the Sitka Sound Science Center. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, we encourage you to do so. It’s the product of multiple community partnerships and hard work. This summer SCS produced a video about [...]

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  • WildFoods Potluck 2013

    WildFoods Potluck 2013

    The WildFoods Potluck is our annual celebration of all things harvested, hunted, fished, grown, and gathered.  The Tongass National Forest and especially the Sitka Community Use Area are rich and abundant places to support our thriving subsistence communities. Thank you to all our members and friends who came out to celebrate with us this year! [...]

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  • National Food Day

    National Food Day

    On October 24, all across the nation, people were participating in Food Day, a national celebration of affordable, healthy, and sustainable food. The Sitka Conservation Society joined with a Fish to Schools local coho salmon lunch at KGH, BMS, SHS, and PHS. SCS partnered with the Sitka School District’s Live Well Physical Activity and Nutrition [...]

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  • Hungry for Huckleberry Pie, Venison Stew, or Fresh Greens? Come to the Wild Foods Potluck Nov. 2!
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  • Encouraging Local Natural Resource Stewardship on the Tongass: Kennel Creek
  • Teaching the Alaska way of Life: 4-H in Sitka
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