Mon, Mar 30 | The Grove

Salmon, Stream Temperatures, and Climate Change on the Deshka

In the Summer of 2019, they recorded alarming water temperatures above 80 degrees. What does a changing climate mean for the salmon in our watershed?
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Salmon, Stream Temperatures, and Climate Change on the Deshka

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The Grove, 15528 S Birch Creek Blvd, Talkeetna, AK 99676, USA

About the Event

Join the Susitna River Coalition and Cook Inletkeeper for our next Winter Speaker Series event and learn about the impacts of increased water temperatures in the Susitna Watershed.

Sue Mauger, Science Director with Cook Inlet Keeper has been studying stream temperatures on the Deshka River (a Susitna tributary that often produces the largest salmon runs in Cook Inlet) since 2002. In the Summer of 2019, they recorded alarming water temperatures above 80 degrees. What does a changing climate mean for the salmon in our watershed? Join Susitna River Coalition for our Winter Speaker Series in Talkeetna to learn about this important research.

The event is FREE (though donations are always appreciated and help cover the cost of the event).

Location: The Grove 6:00 - 7:00 \\ Presentation 7:00 - 7:30 \\ Discussion and Questions

This event is made possible with support from our members, the Talkeetna Community Council Revenue Sharing Program, and the Chase Community Council Revenue Sharing Program. 

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