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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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    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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    Tongass Report - Updates from America's Rainforest

    We know that it can be hard to filter the mass of information coming out of D.C. and Juneau and track which will have an impact on the Tongass. Here at SEACC, our goal is to keep you informed about what is going on and provide you opportunities to protect what you love, the Tongass National Forest and the Inside Passage.   Many of the current issues are ones that we have seen before such as the Alaska Mental Health Trust Lands or the Big Thorne timber sale. As your local watchdog nonprofit, SEACC will continue to keep you updated on these and other issues important for Southeast. Want to do more? Contact SEACC to find out how you can host an event, volunteer, or attend events in your community.
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  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 4 rsvps
    Sandy Beach, Juneau

    August Bonfire

    SEACC’s bonfire on the beach! We will provide the fire and small snacks so bring your friends, family, food and drinks! Location is currently slated as Auke Rec at 6:00 pm but is subject to change. Check back for more information. 

    Friday, November 03, 2017 at 09:00 AM
    Sitka, Alaska

    Sitka Whalefest

    img508e018963416.jpgWe will have a whale of a time at Sitka’s Whalefest where we will learn about and celebrate these ballerinas of the sea. SEACC will be in Sitka November 3-5 so come find us! For more information on the event, check out their website


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