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Is it Possible to Get Out of a Watershed? Short Answer: No

Is it Possible to Get Out of a Watershed? Short Answer: No

Posted by Rachel Lord at Jun 27, 2011 09:10 PM |

We all live in a watershed, but what does that mean?

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Conservation Deserves More Than 2%

Conservation Deserves More Than 2%

Posted by susanna@inletkeeper.org at Jun 24, 2011 02:05 PM |

The Earth Friends Conservation Fund promotes Cook Inletkeeper's efforts to increase financial support of our watershed protection work.

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Inletkeeper Helps Secure Historic Salmon Protections!

Inletkeeper Helps Secure Historic Salmon Protections!

Posted by Bob Shavelson at Jun 22, 2011 03:40 PM |

On Summer Solstice 2011, the sun shined on salmon around the Cook Inlet watershed. That's when the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly voted 7-2 to pass a historic ordinance 2011-12, which establishes 50 foot setbacks in the riparian (i.e. stream side) areas adjacent to all fish-bearing streams in the Kenai Borough that are listed in the Alaska Department of Fish & Games Anadromous Waters Catalog.

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Bug Sampling with Cook Inletkeeper!

Bug Sampling with Cook Inletkeeper!

Posted by Michael Sharp at Jun 21, 2011 12:00 AM |

June 23-27, 2011: Join us to learn what aquatic insects can tell us about water quality in our streams, and then get your hands wet!

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