At SITKA we recognize the importance of the critical work being done by our conservation partners. Through donations and the Sitka Ecosystem Grants, we are proud to provide financial support to help ensure their conservation goals can be met each year. Without their steadfast efforts to keep sheep on the mountain, elk bugling in our forests and waterfowl flooding winter skies, wildlife would be in serious trouble, and the ecosystems that sustain them would, without question, be further impacted.
This is where you come in. As hunters and harvesters we are part of nature not separate from. The ecosystems that inspire us and the wildlife we pursue need all the help they can get.
To learn more about the critical ecosystem wide efforts led by our conservation partners, and explore how you can participate and support, click the logos below:
When we launched the Sitka Ecosystem Grants program, we intended to establish a bridge of support for individuals and organizations spearheading critical efforts that ultimately protect the wild.
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Most of us learn to forget about water—water as a wild thing, that is. Our water systems today are re-engineered in so many ways—by damming, diversion, channelizing, contamination, invasive species—that they barely resemble their natural state. We make do with what we can and recreate in ponds, streams and reservoirs. But the experience of water as a true wilderness is something so remote it has all but disappeared from our collective imagination.
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