Chuitna: 15 day comment period ends March 10!
On February 23, Governor Walker's administration opened a 15-day public comment period on an Instream Flow Application for Middle Creek, a critical salmon spawning tributary of the Chuitna River.
State land may be conveyed to the borough
To view the State Preliminary Decision and attached maps and to learn how to comment to the State visit: http://dnr.alaska.gov/mlw/muni/
To view KPB’s Land Management website which provides information on the Municipal Entitlement Land Selection Finalization Project 2015, visit: http://www.borough.kenai.ak.us/landmgt/about-landmgt
Regulating Coal Hazards in Seward
Impacts and regulation of coal dust to our community are discussed on the Sightline Daily website.
RBCA Fundraiser a Success Thanks to Generous Community
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Alaska Youth for Environmental Action mobilize for climate change.
Alaska Youth for Environmental Action, (AYEA) spent much of Saturday December 13, 2014 learning more about Climate Change, and discussing how they, as young people might help educate and inspire others to take statewide action in response to it. The workshop, led by Griffin Plush, a Seward High School senior, was held at Seward Community Library Museum. More.
High-impact, low-output hydro plant proposed for Grant Lake above Moose Pass resurfaces.
After a two year hiatus from the public spotlight, the issue has returned with important modifications. More here.
Marine debris cleanup statistics available
Check out the type and quantity of trash removed from local coastlines.
School Yard Habitat Project: Seward High School Mural
Check out this Seward City News article about the good work of local mural artists.
NPS video: Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance: Perspectives on Marine Debris
Beach cleanup volunteers offer individual perspectives on marine debris. Interviews were conducted in 2013 on Montague Island.
RBCA Closes Office But Our Conservation Effort Continues
Pay rent or use that money to promote significant conservation projects? We chose the latter.
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Community media projector
The projector plays DVDs directly - no laptop required. It also plays anything on your laptop, PC or Mac with the appropriate connectors (which are provided). Its available to any community group in Seward. Just ask.
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Maybe you spend a lot of time in the harbor. Maybe you'd like to share your experience and commitment to proper environmental practices! Dockwalkers educate about clean boating, thus improving the recreation experience in Alaska while helping to preserve its precious wildlife habitat and water quality.
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Our watershed program
Surveying local streams for addition to the state’s Anadromous Waters Catalog
Listing in the Catalog provides streams an additional layer of protection. read more
Scheffler Creek streambank restoration project
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RBCA helps with fish passage culvert replacement
In adequate culverts can prevent both spawning and juvenile salmon from swimming through them and can close off miles of otherwise good fish habitat. read more-
Stewart property, floodplain lands purchase is final
This land sale will protect salmon habitat in Salmon Creek. read more
Storm drain stenciling reminds residents and visitors where surface runoff ends up. read more
RBCA’s weed work summary
Invasive plants can have significant impacts to fish and wildlife habitat if not controlled. read more.