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Within Inletkeeper’s 26 year lifetime, we’ve experienced a rapid change in the communications and media landscape. The technology that once seemed far off and of the future is here now. […]
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Within Inletkeeper’s 26 year lifetime, we’ve experienced a rapid change in the communications and media landscape. The technology that once seemed far off and of the future is here now. This landscape and the mediums available for spreading our message and empowering action will continue to shift and grow. 

The advent of the world wide web and social media has expanded our horizons, yet the power of a conversation between two community members can’t be underestimated. We hope to equip and empower you, our members and supporters, to spread the message as your own; to talk to your friends and neighbors about our shared vision for Cook Inlet and how we can continue to protect this place we love.

We remain hopeful that the issues we’re fighting for will look different in the future as the necessary climate action is well underway. Our communications may become less urgent and action-oriented as we share stories and art to celebrate the resilience, adaptation, and success of our Inlet communities.  

While change is inevitable, we hope some things stay the same. Although more mediums and messages will continue to pull at our attention, thriving and equitable communities in a resilient watershed will remain our vision and we’re grateful to have you by our side. 

Thank you for reading. We are able to do this work because of member support from concerned citizens like you. Please donate today to protect Cook Inlet for our future generations.