Celebrating Two Great SEACC Board Leaders!

This weekend we’re celebrating two incredible, hard-working female leaders at SEACC — outgoing board chair Katie Ione Craney and incoming board chair Natalie Watson! Katie Craney joined the SEACC board in 2019 and stepped into the board chair role after the departure...

The Next 50 Years of SEACC

Photo by Michele Cornelius Dear Friends, 2020 is the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council’s 50th year and it looks very little like what we’d anticipated in 2018 and 2019. We reflected on our history and we planned celebrations for this milestone, but the global...

SEACC is making big moves!

We have exciting news this spring: SEACC is moving! In the last few years, our ranks have grown along with our program work. So, like fledgling robins in spring, we have gradually outgrown our nest at 224 Gold Street and are taking flight to new digs! This past week...

Welcome Dan!

I am excited to officially introduce and welcome our new Tongass Forest Program Manager, Dan Cannon, to the SEACC Team! Dan first came to Southeast many years ago on a trip to Prince of Wales Island, where the beauty of the landscape inspired him to care about...