Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission
An introduction to the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission.
The Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission (SEEC) was established by a 1984 Treaty between Canada and the U.S. It is based on an Agreement between the City of Seattle and the Province of British Columbia to settle the controversy over the High Ross Dam proposal.
The Upper Skagit watershed, located in both Canada and the United States is recognized as a unique, ecologically significant North American treasure, protected forever and managed as a single ecosystem. Its natural, cultural and wilderness values are conserved and restored for the sustainable use and enjoyment of current and future generations.
Connect with us
- Recent Reports
- Aug 18, 2016 Hope Mountain Centre Update
- Jan 12, 2017 SCA US-Canada National Crew 2016 Final Report
- Jan 26, 2017 Grizzly Bear Carrying Capacity in the North Cascades Ecosystem
- Aug 10, 2016 North Cascades NPS International Interpretive Program
- News from SEEC
- Apr 11, 2017 Who Are the SEEC Commissioners? Bhalwinder Waraich
- Apr 03, 2017 Skagit Bird Blitz, May 12-14
- Mar 28, 2017 Ross Lake Visitation Up and Up!
- Mar 14, 2017 U.S. proposal to transplant B.C. grizzlies gets huge response