Community Action Studio
The Community Action Studio was opened to fill what we saw as a missing link in our community. The Community Action Studio houses Cook Inletkeeper's Central Peninsula staff as well as small businesses who share our values and are ready to grow in a brick-and-mortar space. The Community Action Studio currently is home to Where It's At and The Goods offering healthy food and zero-waste products for our community.
From advocacy meetings to art in action workshops, plant-based cooking classes to pop-up galleries, the Community Action Studio in Soldotna is a vital shared space for public meetings and programs that support and align with our vision of a healthy and vibrant watershed for all.
Your recurring donation is vital to keeping the doors of the Community Action Studio open.
Be part of the solution!
One of the biggest threats to our watershed is the rampant warming of our air and waters. The Solarize the Kenai Campaign added 500 kilowatts of clean energy to the Kenai in 2020 and the Community Compost Project diverted over 50,000 lbs. of food scraps away from the landfill, keeping tons of methane out of our atmosphere. Community involvement and financial support made this work possible.
Fund Local Climate Solutions
With your help, Inletkeeper implemented successful climate solutions in the Central Peninsula that substantially reduced local emissions. Your one-time donation helps to fund community-selected and supported climate solutions where you live!
COVID-19 safety protocols at the Cook Inletkeeper Community Action Studio: Please do not come into the studio if you are experiencing coronavirus symptoms. Please wear a mask and practice physical distancing. Thank you, we'll get through this together!