The Ground-truthing Project, sponsored by Sitka Conservation Society, ran from 2005 to 2010. Kenyon Fields at SCS administered the program,…2005 | Carstensen & Christensen | 63 pages
Forest Service cartographers originally named this the Cleveland – Revillagigedo biogeographic province. Since we lack recorded Lingít names for either of these broad landscape features, I’ve settled on the name of the kwáan who claimed both. Sanyaa province is one of the wettest regions of Southeast. Kichxáan, near the eagle’s wing (Ketchikan) gets about 160 inches precipitation.
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Interpretive guide to Ward Lake Community Landmark Trees area north of Ketchikan. Part 1 is a step-by-step guide to trees…2004 | Richard Carstensen | 22 pages