The Sitka Sound Science Center is partnering with the Sitka Conservation Society and the Tongass National Forest to launch the Southeast Alaska Long-term Ecological Monitoring Network (SALMoN). This network will team professional land managers and scientists with high school students, in field-based studies that monitor the long-term health of streams and forests in our area. Not only will this network conduct important studies to increase our understanding of our forest and stream habitats, it will also provide unique opportunities for local students to work with science professionals.Scott Harris will be the Coordinator of the network. Funding for this effort is provided by the Margaret A. Cargill and National Forest Foundations.
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