the center for alaskan coastal studies

On this episode, learn how to join the sandhill crane count and next month's beluga whale count. Also, Dr Katrin Iken talks with  reporter Amanda Compton about sea ice algae and Professor Debbie Boege Tobin previews upcoming classes at Kachemak Bay Campus. To see the  proposal for the Ecological Baseline and Management Plan for Inspiration Ridge Crane Preserve, go to:

The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies turns 35

Aug 31, 2017
Jesse Rabinowitz, KBBI News

The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies celebrated its thirty-fifth anniversary Wednesday. Community members and staff gathered to celebrate at a block party with food, games and live music near downtown homer.

The energy at the block party Wednesday evening was contagious.

“Well there is a lot of things going on! We have food, music and a lot of other things too. We have painting rocks, bean bag games, making your own bean bags!” Eleven-year-old Rebecca Trowbridge said with excitement.