Baby Salmon Live Here!

Read the May 2022 local news article from KBBI.org here Listen to the episode of Kachemak Currents about Baby Salmon habitat One of the many great outreach works run by The Salmon Project was the “Baby Salmon Live Here” campaign. The campaign challenged us...

Spring 2022 Water Quality Sampling Results Available

Kenai Watershed Forum has received all laboratory results from it’s Spring 2022 Baseline Water Quality Monitoring. The results are currently being prepared for upload to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Water Quality Exchange, a pubic data repository...

The Kenai River Water Quality Action Framework

In winter 2022, Kenai Watershed Forum began work on project called the, “Kenai River Water Quality Action Framework.” With this project we aim to give the Kenai River a “health check-up” by looking at water quality in the river. Using our extensive dataset from the...

Kenai River gets spring health check-up

Kenai Watershed Forum’s biannual Kenai River Baseline Water Quality Monitoring program was recently featured on our local public radio station KDLL. Spring 2022 marked the 22nd consecutive year of this program that works with community partners to gather water...

As local streams warm, cold water inputs could be crucial for salmon

In summer 2021, KDLL public radio reporter Sabine Poux joined us a day of fieldwork at Beaver Creek, near the city of Kenai. Kenai Watershed Forum is working with other local nonprofits including Cook Inletkeeper and Kachemak Heritage Land Trust to identify and...

Volunteers Needed for Salmon Habitat Mapping Research

Kenai Peninsula Chapter of Trout Unlimited is partnering with Kenai Watershed Forum in summer 2022 to identify, map, and conserve undocumented salmon habitat in our area. We can use your help! Join us for local fieldwork this summer. For dates and more information,...
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