Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

The Southeast Alaska Conservation Council (SEACC) has worked in the region since 1970. As a coalition of 13 member groups in 12 communities, stretching along the coast from Ketchikan to Yakutat, its goal is to safeguard the integrity of Southeast Alaska's unsurpassed natural environment, while supporting the sustainable use of our region's natural resources. Together with it's allies -- local communities, commercial and sport fishermen, Alaska Natives, tourism and recreation business owners, small-scale high-value-added wood product manufacturers, hunters and guides, and Americans from all walks of life -- it works to protect important fish and wildlife habitat and reduce destructive clearcutting on the Tongass National Forest.

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The Taku River in Southeast Alaska drains a watershed equivalent in size to the state of Massachusetts.