Is your property Firewise? Have you created a minimum 30-foot defensible space to protect your home for the wildland fire season? During the Swan Lake Fire 2019, firefighters did a lot of work in a short period of time to remove hazardous fuels in Cooper Landing. Homeowners that completed Firewise measures last year needed little to no assistance. Properties that were already Firewise helped fire crews' efforts to meet structure protection objectives in other areas of the community. Learn how these determined residents completed Firewise measures around their homes before the wildfire season in #CooperLanding #KenaiPeninsulaBorough #AlaskaCOOPER LANDING ALASKA: 2019 Swan Lake Fire interviews with local residents that created defensible space around their homes one year before the Swan Lake Fire. ... See MoreSee Less
Today the State of Alaska celebrates Indigenous People's Day, recognition of Alaska's first people and our thousands of years-long tenure in Alaska, plus commemoration of indigenous knowledge.
Seldovia Village Tribe values the stewardship and sharing of our peoples' knowledge and joins in the celebration with you all. Visit our Cultural Stewardship page online to learn more about how we promote traditional practices and values. svt.org/cultural-stewardship/... See MoreSee Less
Soups and chowder offer warmth and comfort for cold winter days. This salmon chowder is the perfect answer for salmon leftovers and a staple meal in the fall and winter, or even in the s...
We were reminded in today’s Heathy Chatter Luncheon to do our best to get out and enjoy what nature has to offer, as prevention for beating the winter blues when they come knocking. It was a great day to go watch the waves at Outside Beach, so we did! ... See MoreSee Less