cook inletkeeper community action studio
From advocacy meetings to art builds, from plant based cooking classes to pop-up galleries, Cook Inletkeeper offers the use of its Community Action Studio in Soldotna for public meetings and programs that support and align with our mission to protect Alaska’s Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains. To reserve the Studio, or to learn more about our community-based efforts to protect clean water and healthy habitat resources, reach out to email@example.com. Together, we can make our communities vibrant and sustainable!
Please note - COVID19 safety protocols at the Cook Inletkeeper Community Action Studio: To help us keep everyone safe, please knock on the front door and then step back at least six feet to wait outside; do not enter the studio. Text/call Willow (907-394-7413) or Kaitlin (907-252-6525) and whoever is at the office that day will come out to meet you outside. As best practices change daily, we are committed to being responsive and doing everything we can to prevent the spread of the virus. Thank you for being flexible and we look forward to opening our doors again once it is safe to do so!
Local climate actions - be part of the solution!
See you at the next Monday Momentum Meeting (the last Monday of the month from 5-6:30pm) to brainstorm and implement local solutions to make our communities more resilient in the face of climate change. The meetings are action-oriented and focus on next steps to take in our Solarize the Kenai and Community Compost projects. These monthly gatherings started as in-person Sunday Solution Suppers (thank you, Erik Hendrickson, for the many beautiful community meals you made for us!) In efforts to keep everyone as safe as possible during the pandemic, we now meet via ZOOM, and have shifted to Mondays. We look forward to meeting again at the Studio when it is safe to do so. Be well and keep in touch!