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AK-CESCL – Alaska Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead Storm Water Training

ONLINE - Zoom link will be provided

2 day CESCL Certification Training ~ $395 March 9 & 10 ~ 8:30am - 4pm (both days) Online *Zoom link will be provided This 2 day training explains the erosion process and how to obtain and comply with the EPA NPDES Construction General Permit.  NPDES compliance is required for all projects that disturb a total […]

$295 – $395

ConocoPhillips Alaska Matching Grant Challenge

Through June 19, ConocoPhillips Alaska is matching donations to the Kenai Watershed Forum, up to $150,000. Together we can support science, education and habitat restoration to preserve the Kenai Peninsula for future generations.

Job Announcement: Education Specialist

KWF is hiring an Education Specialist! This position will be opened until filled, with applications being reviewed immediately. Please follow this link for detailed information: Education Specialist Job Description

Alaska Airlines Ticket Raffle

See the flier below for raffle information. If you have any remaining questions, please email or call (907)-252-8272. Tickets are now available for purchase online by ALASKA RESIDENTS ONLY. If you would like to purchase raffle tickets online, please click the following link: Good luck to those that enter.    

Fireside Chat: Beluga Monitoring

Kenai River Brewing Company 308 Homestead Ln, Soldotna, AK

Fireside Chats are a weekly speaker series presented by the Kenai Watershed Forum at the Kenai River Brewing Company. Talks will focus around environmental/recreational topics with a new speaker each week.  This Week: Sonia Kumar is a graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, studying Cook Inlet beluga whale acoustics and noise in the […]

Fireside Chats: Megafauna Fossils on the Kenai Peninsula

Kenai River Brewing Company 308 Homestead Ln, Soldotna, AK

Dick Reger is a geologist and a geomorphologist with more than 50 years of experience and over 130 publications that he has authored or co-authored. He has lived in Alaska for most of his life, leaving every once in a while, but always returning. After once again settling in the Kenai Peninsula, he has made […]

Fireside Chats: Tikaani’s Tale with Kristi Bulock

Kenai River Brewing Company 308 Homestead Ln, Soldotna, AK

  Kenai Watershed Forum is back at Kenai River Brewing Co. for Fireside Chats week 4. Fireside Chats are a weekly series featuring local specialist sharing information about a different environmental or recreational based topic. Fireside Chats are a great way to learn some new interesting information while getting cozy next to a fire, some […]

Fireside Chats: Archaeological Sites at KPC with Adam Dunstan

Kenai River Brewing Company 308 Homestead Ln, Soldotna, AK

Fireside Chats are back for week 5 at Kenai River Brewing Company with speaker Adam Dunstan. Adam Dunstan is a professor from Kenai Peninsula College and a cultural and linguistic anthropologist. Adam will plans to talk about two archaeological sites near Kenai Peninsula College in Soldotna, both on the Kenai and stretching across 1,500 years, where salmon […]

Fireside Chats: Environmentally Conscious Human Development with Nancy Casey

Kenai River Brewing Company 308 Homestead Ln, Soldotna, AK

Welcome back to Fireside Chats for week 6. Nancy Casey will be our guest speaker for our final Fireside Chat of the year. Nancy Casey is a licensed professional Landscape Architect & owner of Casey Planning & Design. Nancy will be sharing how to plan and develop human dominated area while using environmentally friendly site design […]

KWF Holiday Open House

Kenai Watershed Forum 44129 Sterling Hwy, Soldotna, AK

Please join us at the Kenai Watershed Forum office for our annual Holiday Open House! Each year KWF invites organization partners and the general public for a casual indoor/outdoor celebration with drinks, appetizers, and a side of holiday cheer. We hope you come on out to see the KWF family for an afternoon of fun. […]

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