News and Upcoming Events
The WISE Annual Newsletter is here!
With a theme of Resilience, our 2020 newsletter has stories and photos from our unusual but productive year!
COVID 19 Update- Working on adaptation!
January 18, 2021. Although we really miss visiting schools and doing hands-on projects, there are some "silver linings" to Covid. Our Science Lecture program is now online and we are having wonderful participation, with over 50 households from around the world tuning in to recent offerings. We are also enjoying filling backpacks with Science books and materials for the Discovery Pack program at Kenny Lake, Glennallen, and Valdez Public Libraries.
WISE will continue to work with the School Districts and our partners to determine the safest ways to carry out our programs. For the near future, they will continue to be mostly virtual. For updates and more information, please check back here, call the WISE office at (907) 822-3575, or email email@example.com. Thank you for your patience, please stay safe and keep exploring!
Virtual Adventure Recordings! If you missed our Pipeline, Copper Basin Farming, or Kennecott Virtual Adventures, the recordings are available below. Thanks for your interest, and thanks to our partners Bureau of Land Management and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. It has been a learning adventure for everyone.
Virtual Adventure recordings!
Science Lecture Series is now Online
Registration is open for February events:
Nelchina Caribou Herd with Heidi Hatcher, ADF&G
Click here to access recording. Password Nelchina20
Bird Studies in Alaska's National Parks with Jeremy Mizel and Carol McIntyre, NPS
Click here to access recording Passcode 5V@cTxN^
How Did the Salmon Cross the Road? Fish Passage and Culvert Replacements with Kate Morse, Copper River Watershed Project
Click here to access recording Passcode: .1F1JoQu
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