1995-2019 ~ Celebrating 24 years of land conservation in Southeast Alaska

With the help of our supporters, the Southeast Alaska Land Trust has worked to permanently conserve over 3,500 acres
of wetlands, recreation lands, wildlife habitat, open space, and subsistence lands throughout Southeast Alaska.

You’re invited!

We are excited to announce our first event of 2019! We hope you’ll join us for a fascinating presentation by Juneau naturalists Richard Carstensen and John Hudson. In their presentation, the Natural and Cultural History of Kaxdigoowu Héen, Carstensen and Hudson will lead a wide-ranging tour and discussion of the Montana and McGinnis watersheds. We hope to see you there!

You can improve the Marjory & Edgar Huizer Fishing Access Site

We truly believe that the protection of open space and recreational opportunities are essential for creating a healthy and strong community, and helps to make Southeast Alaska a better place to live and work. Find out how you can help!


The Southeast Alaska Land Trust is working to preserve Southeast Alaska’s most wild and beautiful places: our salmon streams, rivers, muskegs, forests, and coastlines; our incredible backyard.