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
West Shee, volcano woman (Baranof Island)
First of the provinces to fall under ‘western’ rule, West Shee is home to Sheet’ká, ocean side of Shee (Sitka), today with the highest ratio of arts and culture to human bodies of any Southeast community.
Aside from the low-gradient Edgecumbe peatlands, the province is very rugged. Mt. Annahootz, 4,301 ft, is the highest peak in this province.
Here’s a map for the Sitka area:
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In September, 2008, I ferried to Sitka to help Sitka Conservation Society host funders and biologists. In a Beaver, we…2008 | Richard Carstensen | 29 pages
Hover over each numbered province; a click takes you to that sub-category
Reflections from our 2007 field surveys of northern Shee, volcano woman (Baranof Island). Covers history of logging in the province,…2007 | Bob Christensen|Richard Carstensen | 12 pages
Carefully framed retakes of historical photographs documenting vegetation and landform change in response to natural or human disturbance. . Due…2005/2013 | Richard Carstensen, Kathy Hocker | 39 pages
Interpretive guide to Gavan Hill Community Landmark Trees area near Sitka. Part 1 is a step-by-step guide to trees along…2004 | Richard Carstensen | 22 pages