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Together, we are centering our solutions to the climate crisis in the desire to reduce further harm to our ecosystems, avoid more suffering for Alaskans, and build resilient local economies and just communities for future generations. Our climate solutions for the watershed include increasing access to renewable energy, supporting carbon-reducing community actions, protecting cold-water refugia for salmon resiliency and building a strong local food economy.
We Are Hiring: Co-Executive Director!
Inletkeeper is transitioning into a Co-Leadership Model with two executive roles. Both executive directors will be responsible for the reputation and success of Inletkeeper, guiding the organization within the realities of political and cultural movements, while staying grounded in the overall goals of the organization. We are seeking an individual with fiscal development and donor relations experience who is motivated by our mission to protect the Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains.
Our salmon are stressed
We've been monitoring stream temperatures across the Cook Inlet watershed since 2002. It is clear that salmon are already experiencing thermal stress and that, over the next 50 years, more streams will get warmer more often.
Inletkeeper Presents: Climate ActionKit
Over the past several years, Inletkeeper organizers and volunteers led a Drawdown "book-to-action" series that gathered people together to think critically and act effectively on climate change.
We’ve used this experience to build our NEW Climate ActionKit, which takes Project Drawdown’s groundbreaking solution analysis as the center of a model for gathering your community around climate action.
An hour of fish, fun, and music that will bring the spirit of our annual salmon celebration to you. Salmonfest Radio is a bi weekly, podcast and radio show that will feature music recorded at Salmonfest, band interviews, and explorations into local salmon issues with salmon champions from around Alaska.
Alaska Food Hub
95% of Alaska’s food is currently imported. Purchasing local food supports local farms, increases our region’s food security, protects the environment, creates jobs and boosts the local economy.