It's time for the Juneau Wetlands Community Cleanup!

You’re invited to join us for our annual Juneau Wetlands Community Cleanup!

IMG_3877The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is partnering with the Alaska Department of Fish & GameAlaska Geographic, the Alaskan Brewing Company, Discovery Southeast, Juneau Audubon, Litter Free, and NorthStar Trekking, in an effort to get the rubbish out of our beloved wetlands.

8:00am-11:30am – Wetlands Cleanup at the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge
Plan to meet at 7083 Hendrickson Road at 8:00am. Bring rubber boots, gloves, and friends!

There will be complimentary muffins and coffee provided at the home of Frank and Sally Rue at 7083 Hendrickson Road. To get there, go under Egan Drive underpass onto Sunny Drive, take a second left on Hendrickson Road. Take a hard right at the end of Hendrickson. Parking is available along Hendrickson Road.

8:00am – Naturalist-guided birding walk and Coastal Cleanup with Juneau Audubon at Auke Rec
Plan to meet at Auke Rec at 8:00am. Enjoy a guided birding walk and participate in a beach cleanup. Don’t forget your binoculars!

12:00 – Party at the Alaskan Brewing Company to celebrate our hard work.
There will be a food truck, beer, and prize packages available! 21+

We look forward to seeing you there!

The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is proudly teaming up with the following partners:

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The Sounds of Conservation with Hank Lentfer & Richard Nelson

We’re excited to announce the first
SEAL Trust event of 2016:

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Join Hank Lentfer, Richard Nelson, and the Southeast Alaska Land Trust for an evening of the Sounds of Conservation. Experience Southeast Alaska as you never have before. Listen as Hank and Richard take us on an auditory odyssey from the flocks of sandhill cranes of Gustavus throughout the wild lands of Southeast Alaska. For more information, follow this link.

UPDATE:

Pre-Sale Tickets are no longer available.

Tickets are $20 and may be purchased at the door.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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