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Knowles Head Thinning Comments Solicited
The Cordova Ranger District of the Chugach National Forest is proposing to use hand-tools to thin over-stocked, forested vegetation in previously clear-cut areas on the Knowles Head peninsula, Prince William Sound. Thinning is intended to benefit marbled murrelets which have not yet recovered from the Exxon Valdez oil spill.
2nd Annual Weed Smackdown a smacking success!
2nd Annual Weed Smackdown a smacking success!
On Saturday, July 12, more than 40 community members pulled and bagged 2,032 lbs. (over 1 Ton!) of White Sweetclover from 35,458 sq ft (0.82 acres) of heavily infested areas near the intersection of the Richardson and Glenn Highways.
Odiak Pond Culvert Removal A Success!
Odiak Pond Culvert Removal A Success!
Read the Cordova Times article about the challenges faced and won in removing the old railroad culvert and rebuilding stream bank vegetation to restore fish passage in Cordova.


Native Village of Eyak Offers HAZWOPER Training (The Little Chapel, Cordova, from Oct 07, 2014 08:00 AM to Oct 09, 2014 05:00 PM)
The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a free 24 hour HAZWOPER (hazardous waste operations and emergency response) and Spill Response Training. This training opportunity is available to those interested in becoming part of the NVE's Spill Response Team. NVE is working to build a team of local, trained community members to respond to land-based and marine spills.
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