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For 50 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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    Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 07:00 PM · 65 rsvps
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    Hunker Down for Climate Change with Matt Hamilton, an Online Art Night for Ketchikan

    You've seen Matt Hamilton's stickers and T-shirts around Ketchikan — now you have a chance to make your own! 

    Beat the quarantine blues, and join SEACC and Matt Hamilton of Creative Hustler Company for a Hunker Down for Climate Change online art workshop on Thursday, May 28 at 7 p.m.

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    Matt Hamilton is a seventh-generation Alaskan, and his art showcases the beauty of Southeast Alaska with a fun pop culture aesthetic. Matt loves his community and wants to celebrate the people of Ketchikan, which is why he’ll be showing us how to use the free Autodesk Sketchbook App to make digital art that we can easily print into custom stickers and more.

    Climate change is a serious issue, and we are in challenging times with COVID-19. But art can be a great way to connect with each other, and feel hopeful about the future. Plus, it's fun! Matt’s style is lighthearted while still taking a strong stance.

    We hope you download the Sketchbook app, and RSVP below to join us for a fun night of art and community Thursday, May 28 at 7 p.m.! After you RSVP, you’ll receive an email with a link to the event and more information about what we have in store. Don't forget to share this event with all your friends on Facebook!

    Thursday, June 04, 2020 at 05:30 PM · 4 rsvps
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    SEACC Zoom Trivia!

    It's SEACC's 50th anniversary this year and we are doing a special selection of anniversary trivia! 

    We will, of course, be featuring the SEACC trivia classic topics of ecological factoids and policy pearls, while also throwing in questions on the last 5 decades of the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council.

    Unlike pub trivia with its crowded tables and hushed murmurings between rounds, teams will be defined by computer. You can have as many people on your team as you like, but all answers must come through a single account on Zoom.

    There will be 5 rounds, with 3 questions each. All 3 questions will be given together and then your team will be given 3 minutes to decide your answers and submit them in a private chat to our SEACC Scorekeeper! The winning team will be able to select a single item from the SEACC online store, free of charge. 

    This trivia is part of SEACC's 50th anniversary campaign, so please consider donating to our 50-50 campaign goal of raising $50,000 above and beyond our annual fundraising in order to secure another half-century standing tall with the Tongass and striding with the surging salmon streams towards a future with clean water.

    Once you RSVP, a link will be emailed to you for the Zoom event, and a reminder will be sent the day before.

    Dust off your old Ravenclaws, tide books, and nature guides and meet us online at 5:30pm AKT on June 4th, 2020


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    Discover more about SEACC and the work that we do through our bi-annual Ravencall Newsletter, in-depth reports, and interesting articles that touch on the work that we do.

    For print versions of the Ravencall please contact us at info@seacc.org

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