Coffman Cove “By the Sea” Arts and Seafood Festival

Coffman Cove Coffman Cove, AK

SEACC will be attending Coffman Cove “By the Sea” Arts and Seafood Festival on August 12 and 13. Stop by our table to meet our POW staff members, get some SEACC merch, and discuss the threats facing our region!

August Bonfire — Juneau

Auke Rec - Raven Shelter Juneau, AK

Join us for our last bonfire of the season on Thursday, August 18, from 6  to 8 p.m. at the Auke Recreation Area’s Yéil/Raven Shelter in Juneau. We’re looking forward to catching up with the community and talking about the issues important to you! Snacks and beverages will be provided, but feel free to bring your own as well (no glass bottles please). We can’t wait to see you there!

SEACC Tongass Social — Meet and Greet with Maranda Hamme (Juneau)

Amalga Distillery 134 N Franklin St., Juneau, AK

Come stop by Amalga Distillery on Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., to meet our Tongass Forest Program Manager, Maranda Hamme! Maranda lives on Prince of Wales. She’s been traveling around Southeast this summer for SEACC, but this will be her first time getting to meet some of our Juneau-based supporters. She’ll be joined by several of our Juneau-based staff members. Our table will have a small sign with our name on it, and our team will have some SEACC merch and name tags on.

UAS Campus Kickoff — Juneau

UAS Juneau

SEACC will be at UAS Campus Kickoff in Juneau on Sept. 2 from 3 to 5 p.m. Stop by the SEACC table to learn about current action items, grab some free stickers, and discuss Southeast issues!

Community Potluck — POW

Craig Tribal Hall 1330 Craig-Klawock Highway, Craig, AK, United States

SEACC will be hosting a potluck — our first one in a long time — on Saturday, September 24, 2022 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Craig Tribal Hall. Our staff and board will be in town that week for a retreat, and almost all of us will be in attendance at the potluck. The potluck will be open to the public, so feel free to bring along friends and family. We will be providing food to share, but guests are invited to bring any dishes and/or drinks that they would like.

Community Potluck — Sitka

ANB Hall 223 Katlian St., Sitka, AK

SEACC will be hosting a potluck in Sitka on Wednesday, Nov. 2. We'll be in town for Whalefest that weekend, and we can't wait to see everyone! We'll have some food, but feel free to bring any dishes, desserts, sides or drinks to share too — and make sure to invite your family and friends! If you can't catch us at the potluck, make sure to stop by our table at Whalefest that weekend.

SEACC is coming to Whalefest!

Sitka Sitka, AK

SEACC will be tabling at Whalefest in Sitka! We're looking forward to seeing you all there. And, if you're in town, make sure to stop by our potluck on Wednesday (Nov. 2) at ANB Hall!

Juneau’s COP27 Meetup

Overstreet Park (The Whale) Harris Harbor Way, Juneau

Climate-oriented groups in Juneau — WECAN, 350 Juneau, AYEA, and SEACC — will be holding a local event during the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) to address how they are combatting the climate crisis in Southeast Alaska. The Juneau COP27 Meetup will happen at Overstreet Park — aka The Whale — where we will discuss and field questions on climate change from the public and media.

Rally for Alaska’s Climate

Dimond Courthouse Plaza 123 Fourth Street, Juneau, AK

We will be hosting a Rally for Alaska’s Climate on Friday, Feb. 3, at noon at the Dimond Courthouse Plaza, to show our legislators that we as Alaskans are demanding responsible climate action be taken this year!

POSTPONED Roadless Rule Celebration

SEACC Office 2207 Jordan Ave, Juneau, AK

POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE DUE TO WEATHER The National Roadless Rule has been officially restored to the Tongass National Forest! After four hard years of comment periods, community meetings, postcards, and announcement after announcement, we can finally take a moment to reflect, and to celebrate. SEACC will be hosting a celebration at our Juneau office (2207 Jordan Avenue) on Wednesday, Feb. 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be door prizes, potluck-style food and drinks, cards to write thank you notes to the Biden administration, and a few speakers who’ll give some brief comments and reflections. It's going to be a fun time — we look forward to seeing you there!

Conservation Trivia Night — Juneau

The Imperial 241 Front Street, Juneau, AK

Do you know all about water and mining in the Inside Passage? Got your Southeast geography down? Know the Tongass like a friend? Join us on Thursday, March 9 for a conservation-themed trivia night! We'll be at The Imperial in downtown Juneau starting at 7:30 p.m.

Roadless Rule Celebration and Potluck (new date)

Juneau Yacht Club 1301 Harbor Way, Juneau, AK

The National Roadless Rule has been officially restored to the Tongass National Forest! After four hard years of comment periods, community meetings, postcards, and announcement after announcement, we can finally take a moment to reflect, and to celebrate. Join us for our rescheduled Roadless Rule Celebration and Potluck on Saturday, March 18, at the Juneau Yacht Club (1301 Harbor Way) starting at 5 p.m. All SEACC’s staff and board — including those who normally live and work outside of Juneau — will be in town that week for our spring board meeting, so you’ll get to chat and eat with more of us than usual. We know spring is busy, so feel free to stop by for as little or as long as you’d like. There will be door prizes and blank thank-you notes for thanking the Biden administration for their decision. And of course, it’s a potluck, so please bring a dish you’d love to share!