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Southeast Alaskan Tribes Come Together for Clean Water in Transboundary Rivers

Blog: “The reason we do this is for our children. Southeast Alaska has the most pristine watersheds in the world. We cannot let the pursuit of the dollar bill overtake our culture." -Central Council Tlingit and Haida Vice President Rob Sanderson Read More »

2014 Prince of Wales Whalefest and Wilderness Celebration

Blog: The fourth annual Prince of Wales Whalefest and Wilderness Celebration was a great success. Over 300 people participated in the three-day event sponsored by SEACC in partnership with the US Forest Service, Craig Ranger District. This year we also celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Read More »

The Legislature Attempts to Silence Alaskans (Again)

Action Item: Please email Senator John Coghill, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary, and let him know that HB47 is not necessary and not acceptable. Alaskans should not have their rights compromised for corporate interests. Read More »

SEACC Hires New ED, Set Sights on Building Grassroots Network

Press Release: The Southeast Alaska Conservation Council (SEACC) is pleased to announce that Malena Marvin has been hired as Executive Director following an extensive nationwide search process. As Executive Director, Marvin will lead SEACC’s advocacy of the forests, waters and communities of Southeast Alaska from Ketchikan to Yakutat, as well as around the state and nation. Read More »

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