Kenai Watershed Forum

Sinclair resigns as Watershed Forum director

After leading the conservation nonprofit Kenai Watershed Forum since 2016, Jack Sinclair has resigned as the group’s executive director. On Tuesday the Watershed Forum announced… Continue reading

 

Summer sun, fun arrive on the Kenai

Between the yard sales, lemonade stands, festivals, fairs and markets on Saturday, it was hard not to find something to do. Residents of the central… Continue reading

 

Stream Watch expands to Anchor River

Stream Watch, a volunteer river-stewardship program on the Kenai Peninsula, is expanding its program to the Anchor River this year. The expansion is funded by… Continue reading

 

State to conduct additional turbidity monitoring this summer

The state will take extra measurements this summer to check whether the Kenai River really does exceed turbidity standards. Turbidity — the measure of how… Continue reading

Celebrating together

Kenai Watershed Forum GIS specialist Branden Bornemann (right) talks to a visitor during the Kenai Watershed Forum’s holiday open house Wednesday in Soldotna. The nonprofit… Continue reading

Mountains to Sea Partnership looks to conserve river corridors

A new partnership between conservation-minded government agencies and nonprofits is aiming to comprehensively protect 20 major river corridors on the Kenai Peninsula. The Kenai Mountains… Continue reading

Arts, bugs and more: Kenai Watershed Forum summer camp teaches about local ecology

Circled up on the floor of a yurt just a couple hundred yards from the Kenai River, a group of campers learn about the ecosystem… Continue reading

Photo: Raking the lake

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge intern Kyra Clark rakes masses of the invasive waterweed elodea from the Soldotna-area Sport Lake on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Behind… Continue reading

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