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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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    Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 05:30 PM
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    Hunker Down for Climate Change with Janine Gibbons

    When crisis strikes, we have to get creative. Coronavirus is forcing us to reimagine a future already made uncertain by climate change. That's why we need your help getting creative about fighting climate change. Hunker Down for Climate Change is an online event series that lets you fight climate change from your living room, having fun and making art that creatively expresses the need for climate action now. Will you join us on Wednesday, July 15th at 5:30 p.m.? 

    SEACC is honored to be hosting this event with Janine Gibbons. A prolific artist, Janine works in many mediums from jewelry to storybook illustrations, all inspired by her Haida and Scandinavian heritage. She recently completed a mural in honor of Elizabeth Peratrovich in her hometown of Petersburg. Janine will show us how to use mural and signboard techniques to express our own inner strengths and create our own designs. Come prepared with your favorite painting or drawing supplies!

    So will you get creative on climate change with us?

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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.

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    Missed The Roadless Rule Webinar? Listen Here!

    Ahead of an expected release of the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Alaska Roadless Rule, SEACC hosted a webinar for community members on May 12 to discuss the Alaska Roadless Rulemaking process.We talked about how the public has already fought back, what's coming up, and how folks can take action moving forward to keep Roadless Rule protections on the Tongass.A big thank you to all who attended, and to our special guest speakers Kashudoha Wanda Culp, Rebekah Sawers, and Kari Ames.If you missed it, you can listen to the webinar here, and follow along with the slides below:
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