Hoonah Youth at Tidelines Institute

Susan Bradford and Kelly St Claire were two outstanding students invited to visit the Tidelines Institute’s campus on Inian Islands ...
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Alaskan Youth Stewards’ TRAYLS Crew Returns for the 2021 Season

The Training Rural Alaskan Youth Leaders & Students or TRAYLS crew is back in action! Four Hoonah youth, Ted Elliott, ...
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No Invasive Species Detected in Hoonah Harbor

October 23, 2020 Update: No invasive species detected in Hoonah harbor. The HIA Environmental Program works with the Smithsonian Environmental ...
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All Good Things Must Come to an End- Including the 2020 TRAYLS Season

After 12 fast weeks of data collection, cultural immersion, and natural resource monitoring, the 2020 TRAYLS season has come to ...
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TRAYLS Monitors Stream Temperatures in Spasski Watershed

What is stream temperature monitoring? Stream temperature monitoring is collecting a long-term dataset of stream temperatures. The goal of the ...
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TRAYLS Collects More Data, Traditional Foods, and New Experiences

After the TRAYLS crew had a refreshing week-long break we got right back to business. Thankfully in our case, business ...
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Fish Trapping, Beach Asparagus, & Tree Coring: the Adventures of TRAYLS

Just as our rainy June came to an end, the TRAYLS crew completed the first half of their season. The ...
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TRAYLS- Jumping into the Field Season!

On June 1st the 2020 TRAYLS crew started their first week of the season, and it’s hard to believe it’s ...
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TRAYLS Crew 2020 Monitors Impacts of Changing Oceanic Conditions in Southeast Alaska

The 2020 TRAYLS crew put on their scientist hats and assisted Sean Williams, Hoonah Indian Association Coastal Program Manager, with ...
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TRAYLS Crew Completes Community Garden Projects

In 2020, HIA is investing in our youth during our 3rd season of the Training Rural Alaskan Youth Leaders and ...
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