Sitka Conservation Society

Our Work:

        Sitka Conservation Society (SCS) has been working to protect the temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska and Sitka’s quality of life since 1967. We are based in the small coastal town of Sitka, Alaska, located on the west coast of Baranof Island in the heart of the Tongass, the nation’s largest National Forest.  View map of the Tongass.

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  • The Largest Mammal in the Tongass

    The Largest Mammal in the Tongass

    Tourism is a $1 billion industry in southeast Alaska, fueled by visitors coming from all over the world to view the glaciers, bears, eagles and to experience the wilderness.  But, they also come for the whales! The population of North Pacific humpback whales in southeast Alaska used to be a lot higher, but humans actually [...]

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  • Restoring Salmon Habitat at Kruzof Island

    Restoring Salmon Habitat at Kruzof Island

    The soft morning sunlight shined upon as I rode my bike to the Crescent Harbor, making my way towards Scott’s Boat. Today was the very first overnight camping trip of my internship, and that fact alone had already made the trip exciting. As I got to the boat, Scott was already there, making sure that [...]

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  • Fish Wednesday!

    Fish Wednesday!

    Fish to Schools started in the fall of 2010 and we’ve steadily grown the program over the last four years. We grew from one school to two to four to eight. We went from serving fish from once a month to twice a month to EVERY week. For the 2014-2015 school year the Sitka School [...]

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  • The Largest Mammal in the Tongass
  • Restoring Salmon Habitat at Kruzof Island
  • Fish Wednesday!
  • Director Andrew Thoms contributes to Tongass Managment Plan
  • Invasive tunicate still plaguing Whiting Harbor
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