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Archiving the council’s historical documents – Request for proposals

The council is inviting proposals to digitize its archive of printed documents. For this project, the council is seeking a full service commercial scanning company capable of handling large quantities of documents at once. Print Friendly Version Read More: Archiving the council’s historical documents – Request for proposals

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New oil spill curriculum for grades K-12 now available

The council is happy to unveil a newly revised version of the K-12 Oil Spill Curriculum! Lessons are easily downloaded from our website: 2014 Alaska Oil Spill Curriculum During the past year, the council’s Information and Education Committee worked with professional environmental educator and Homer resident Katie Gavenus to revise the K-12 Oil Spill Curriculum. Lessons in the revised curriculum integrate science, social studies, math, and language arts for students in the Exxon Valdez oil spill region and beyond. Lessons are hands-on and use an inquiry-based approach.  Print Friendly Version Read More: New oil spill curriculum for grades K-12 now available

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September 2014 issue of The Observer now available

The September issue of The Observer newsletter is now online. Read about the council’s comments on recent proposed changes to the terminal’s spill contingency plan, a date has been set for the next marine fire symposium, and more: Council weighs in on terminal contingency plan changes (9/23/2014) New committee volunteer has long history with council (9/23/2014) Symposium for marine firefighters set for May (9/23/2014) Print Friendly Version Read More: September 2014 issue of The Observer now available

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