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For 47 years SEACC has been Southeast Alaska's grassroots voice in conservation. We work to protect the Tongass National Forest, Inside Passage, and our unique Southeast Alaska way of life.  



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    Tongass Reports - August Updates from America's Rainforest

    As members of the Alaska Congressional Delegation introduce legislation in Washington DC that may affect the Tongass National Forest, you count on us to keep you informed. Our Alaska Senators introduced several new bills this summer, but some will ring awfully familiar to many long time SEACC supporters, like the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Improvement Act of 2017 or the ANCSA Unrecognized Community Landless Natives Authorization Act of 2017. SEACC is keeping a sharp eye on these bills, and will alert you if they start moving. Together, by letting our elected officials hear our voices, we can help assure that decisions made far away in Washington D.C. are the best possible for Southeast’s land, water, and people.
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    Mt Polley – The disaster 3 years later

    August 4th marks the 3-year anniversary of the Mt Polley Mine Disaster, the worst environmental mining disaster in B.C.’s history. That day, a massive earthen tailings dam broke from its foundations, releasing millions of liters of toxic mine tailings into nearby Quesnel Lake, a major tributary of the Frasier River, one of Canada’s most important salmon-producing rivers. The dam was less than 20 years old. The Quesnel Lake watershed has long provided the communities of the Xat’sull First Nation and town of Likely with clean water and fish. The waters of the lake, the deepest fjord lake in North America, were pristine and off limits to dumping. Now, three years later, the First Nations community remains unable to eat the lake’s fish that has sustained them for thousands of years. There have also been significant losses to the once flourishing tourism industry which has seen no compensation. Because Quesnel Lake is no longer pristine, BC now allows mine water to be dumped there.
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  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco, CA

    Summ1t 2017

    Screen_Shot_2017-08-30_at_2.49.30_PM.pngCome celebrate Southeast Alaska in San Francisco! SEACC will be one of the featured nonprofit organizations in this second annual photo expo. For more information visit:

    Tuesday, October 03, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 1 rsvp
    Amalga Distilery in Juneau, AK

    Meet the new faces of SEACC!

    AMALGA_LOGO_TRIANGLE_01.pngSEACC is growing! Come and meet our new staff: Maggie Rabb - Development Director, Crystal Nelson - Tongass Forest Program Manager and Indigenous Engagement Lead, and Sarah Davidson - Inside Passage Waters Program Manager. We are excited to be growing, and to introduce you, our supporters to our new people! So come and raise a glass in cheers to them, the Tongass, and the Inside Passage.

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