by RudyKehler_admin / September 24, 2019

Late 1940’s. Skagit Hydro Power

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by SEEC Blogger / September 12, 2019

1969 Upper Skagit Issues

Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission, theSCA, Blog
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by SEEC Blogger / August 8, 2019

The SCA: Another season! Another Crew!

Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission, Upper Skagit, Hozomeen Chert Video
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by SEEC Blogger / June 4, 2019

Hozomeen Chert

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by SEEC Blogger / January 29, 2019

Fires and Climate Change

Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission, Peter Chapman, Canada Commissioner
by SEEC Blogger / January 21, 2019

New Canadian Commissioner

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Wildlife Tracker

We can all help with tracking wildlife - and, by extension, wildlife poop - through this excellent GIS map app....

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by SEEC Blogger / November 28, 2018

Donut Hole Logging

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by SEEC Blogger / August 6, 2018

Silverdaisy Mountain, in the Donut Hole

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by SEEC Blogger / June 23, 2018

Update from the Friends of the North Cascades Grizzly Bear

"Here’s the most accurate reporting on the effort to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascades: federal recovery coordinators have...

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by SEEC Blogger / May 23, 2018

Charlie Russell

Mr. Russell was outspoken in his belief that the view most people — including many of his fellow naturalists —...

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by SEEC Blogger / April 24, 2018

North Cascades Photos

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by SEEC Blogger / February 24, 2018

Meanwhile, up at the lake…

Regularly updated image of Ross Lake at Ross Dam.

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by SEEC Blogger / January 24, 2018

From Glaciers to Estuary: Assessing Climate Change Impacts on the Skagit River Basin

"The Skagit River, which flows from its headwaters in British Columbia to Puget Sound in northwestern Washington State, contributes more...

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by SEEC Blogger / November 24, 2017

Strategic Planning

SEEC is working hard on the next, updated strategic plan. What are we updating from? Here is the 2014 -...

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by SEEC Blogger / October 16, 2017

Wild Mushrooms in the Upper Skagit

This program is offered by the Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning. (HMCOL) HMCOL is a funded eduation partner of SEEC,...

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by SEEC Blogger / October 10, 2017

Rafe Mair

Rafe Mair in his own words: "As Environment Minister I stopped the government killing of wolves, stopped exploration for and...

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by SEEC Blogger / September 4, 2017

SCA Celebration at Ross Lake

Recently, this group of people met at Ross Lake to celebrate the work and team members of the Pacific NW...

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by SEEC Blogger / August 24, 2017

Been to Ross Lake this summer?

Check out this great trip on Ross Lake, including a hike to Desolation Peak, by SkipperTed, on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/skipperted/

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by SEEC Blogger / July 8, 2017

Treaty between Canada and the United States of America relating to the Skagit River and Ross Lake

The treaty sets out Canada’s obligations related to the agreement between British Columbia and the City of Seattle, by which...

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by SEEC Blogger / June 15, 2017

Is #Hashtagging Your Environment on Instagram Enough to Save It?

Does your Instagram account promote the beauty of our environment and encourage conservation? Interesting article at Smithsonian.com.

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by SEEC Blogger / June 5, 2017

Incidental Observations of Wildlife

by SEEC Blogger / June 5, 2017

The SCA, A SEEC Partner Organization

Hope Mountain Centre Bird Blitz
by SEEC Blogger / June 5, 2017

Skagit Bird Blitz, May 12-14

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by SEEC Blogger / June 4, 2017

Ross Lake Visitation Up and Up!

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by SEEC Blogger / June 4, 2017

Methow Headwaters Video

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by SEEC Blogger / June 4, 2017

Watershed Reports

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by SEEC Blogger / March 24, 2017

The Student Conservation Association Turns 60: A Look Back

2017 marks the Student Conservation Association’s 60th Anniversary. Sixty years encompasses an important stretch of history, for SCA and the...

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by SEEC Blogger / March 24, 2017

Northwest Large Fire Interactive Map

Interactive Fire Map

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by SEEC Blogger / February 21, 2017

What SEEC Leaders (also) Do

"That’s important both to animals and to people", noted Michelle Connor, executive vice president of strategic enterprises for Forterra. “This...

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by SEEC Blogger / February 21, 2017

More BC Park Rangers!

And here's the announcement. And here's a photo of AJ Fedoruk and her Washington State counterpart, Ranger Mike, who collaborate...

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by SEEC Blogger / February 21, 2017

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