Protect what you love!
For over 45 years, SEACC has brought local voices together to defend the world's last great salmon strongholds, protecting the foundation of a $1 billion fishing industry that powers our local communities, and supplies salmon to the world. Our members are the fishermen, hunters, scientists, small sawmillers, Alaska Natives, hikers, paddlers, and business owners who live, work, and play in Southeast Alaska. We’re united by our love of this place, and our unique, salmon-based way of life.
We are working hard to protect the best of America's last large temperate rainforest, the Tongass National Forest. Our Inside Passage Waterkeeper is zeroed in on keeping Alaska's clean water clean through the Inside Passage Waterkeeper. And we're working to keep our climate just a little bit cooler via the Alaska Climate Action Network.
Find out what's happening with Southeast Alaska's land, air, and water and how you can help protect what you love.