What we do

Since our formative years as the Southwest Alaska Conservation Coalition (2000-2007) to our more recent status (2008-present) as the Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Partnership, we’re proud to hang our hat on a number of projects that are moving the needle towards conserving fish habitat in Southwest Alaska. These include a mix of land/acquisitions and easements, in-stream flow reservations, cataloging of anadromous waters important for spawning and rearing, streamflow gaging, education and outreach, and basic monitoring. Below, you can learn a little more about each projects, by year, starting with the most recently funded!

Summary Documents

  • Detailed spreadsheet of funded projects (2010-2012)
  • Detailed spreadsheet of fiscal year 2014/future outlook projects

We also organize workshops that bring partners and stakeholders together. Learn more about past/upcoming meetings and workshops, as well as stream temperature monitoring, by hovering your mouse over the “what we do” tab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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