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Yaa Khusgé Yaaw Woogoo will teach sixth-grade students about herring during spring break

The Sitka School District and the Outdoor Foundation, in partnership with the Sitka Tribe of Alaska and Sitka National Historical Park, will host a free, week-long marine science and culture camp during spring break, March 16-20, for 20 sixth-grade, middle-school students. Yaa … Continue reading

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Learning about ecosystems during Yaa Khusgé Yaaw Woogoo herring camp

  Marine ecologist Michelle Ridgway, left, and Yaa Khusgé Yaaw Woogoo herring camp participants Madison Roy-Mercer and Karina Belcher observe plankton collected during a field expedition on Tuesday afternoon, March 18, at Sitka National Historical Park. Herring camp is a … Continue reading

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Yaa Khusgé Yaaw Woogoo will teach middle-school students about herring during spring break

The Sitka School District, in partnership with the Sitka Tribe of Alaska and Sitka National Historical Park, will host a free, week-long marine science camp during spring break for 15 middle school students. The camp will focus on Pacific herring … Continue reading

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Sitka Sound Science Center helps students connect to marine science and nature

High school students are connecting with science and nature this summer through the Sitka Sound Science Center summer field science program. The program is a project of Sitka High School and is funded through the Sitka Charitable Trust. The program … Continue reading

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