Spring has Arrived! ::: Wild Su Feast Cookbook and Matching Grant!


The Wild Su Cookbook is Here!!

Inspiration for the Table & upcoming Harvest Season


Our first Wild Su Feast Cookbook is hot off the presses!

Though we couldn't gather for one of our favorite Susitna River Coalition events this year, we still celebrated!

Thank you so much to everyone that submitted their recipes and photos to our first virtual 2020 Wild Su Feast. We had such a great time going through your fantastic and creative recipes created with the food that Walked, Swam, Flew and Grew in our free-flowing Susitna River Watershed. Your Susitna-based culinary pursuits made this unique event during a challenging year a success.


This year, we celebrated your efforts by turning Feast entries into the first annual Wild Su Feast cookbook. We are so excited to offer this Cookbook free as a downloadable PDF OR you can purchase a hard copy from a website.

What better way to prepare for the upcoming seasons of gathering than by perusing the creative dishes of our Susitna Watershed Inhabitants?


Download a PDF here Purchase a Hard Copy


Double the Impact of Your Donation

During our 7 day drive to "Fill the Freezer"

Week of April 26, 2021!

We are excited to announce a 7-day matching grant made possible by a generous anonymous donor.


The Week of April 26, 2021, we are launching our week-long drive to Fill our Freezer before the changing season!


Help us reach our goal of $2000!


The Susitna River Coalition has a big summer season coming up, and we rely on generous individual donations to make the work that we do possible.


This summer, we will be closely monitoring the West Susitna Access Road, monitoring buzzing about the revival of the Susitna-Watana Dam through the Governor's Green Bank, preparing for a winter season of educational programs, and assisting with stream restoration projects in the watershed.

Give to your watershed and double your donation the week of April 26, 2021!

Pick from the berry patch --- Head to the fishing hole --- Hunt the caribou herd

$5-50 --- $50-250 --- $250-500

Double your Donation!

Winter Speaker Series




Earlier this month, we wrapped up our Winter Speaker Series.

We had such a fantastic season with great speakers from our Susitna Watershed including Mike and Paula Williams from Eagle Song Farm, Sue Mauger from Cook InletKeeper, and Ray Nix, a Natural Resource Specialist who was integral in creating wetlands protections in the Mat Su Borough.

Thank you so much for attending and making these events a success.


A special thank you to the Jessica Stevens Foundation, the Chase Community Council, and the Talkeetna Community Council for making these events possible. We would also like to thank all of our generous individual donors. We couldn't do the work we do without you!


Miss any of our amazing speakers? Check out our YouTube Channel to catch up and learn more about the stories of our watershed.

Important upcoming dates for the Watershed



The Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) will be giving a presentation about the Susitna Watana Hydro Project to Senate Resources on:


Friday, April 23 @ 3:30 PM.

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The Borough will be reviewing their budget for 2021 in the coming weeks.


There is an ask for $100,000 of Mat Su Borough money to be utilized for outreach pertaining to the West Susitna Access Road.

There will be three opportunities for public comment:


April 27 @ 6 PM in Person or Telephonically in Palmer

April 29 @ 6PM in Person at the Menard Center

May 6 @ 6PM in Person at Su Valley High in Talkeetna

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Join the SRC Facebook Page

and

West Su Access Information Facebook Group for more updates.

Just a Friendly Reminder... The MEA Board Elections happening now for the Matanuska and Eagle River Seats!


Votes for the Matanuska and Eagle River Board Seat Elections are due by

April 26 at 5PM!

Submit your ballot through your Smarthub account

OR

Mail-in Ballot received by the deadline.





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