Join us for a film screening and presentation on Southeast Alaska Conservation Council's Tongass Blueprint Project.
The Tongass Blueprint Project is a proactive, solutions oriented approach for forest management that seeks to protect and restore salmon and wildlife habitat while promoting community-scale sustainable forestry practices and local wood products businesses. SEACC put together a short film highlighting local value added wood businesses; come check it out and learn how you can work with us to ensure that the forest planning on the Tongass works for all southeast Alaskans.
What: Film screening highlighting SE Alaskan wood product businesses, presentation on Tongass forest planning issues, and discussions about other conservation concerns for the Ketchikan community.
Where: Ketchikan Public Library (1110 Copper Ridge Ln.)
When: Wednesday November 18th, 6:30-7:30
1110 Copper Ridge Ln
Ketchikan, AK 99901
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