Who We Are

We are a group of concerned citizens who recognize that if something is not done to balance out the needs and desires of the community with tomorrow in mind, that irreparable damage will occur not only to our environment, but to our economy as well.  We recognize that both are needed for a healthy community to exist.

Our Vision

Our Membership

Our vision is to see our community prosper by maintaining a balance between growth and conservation that is essential to becoming a  healthy community and staying healthy for the next generation and beyond;  to discover that common thread that we all share, then develop a direction for the Anchor River with that thread as our nucleus.

At the present time, we have not established a membership criteria, nor have we formalized a list of members.  This will be updated as it occurs.  If you are interested in joining us, just let us know.

More about us

It is our goal to work with individuals, community leaders, government agencies, non-government agencies and other communities to establish a vision, a comprehensive plan and to facilitate the implementation of both.

Why "Watershed"?

The Anchor River is the life-blood our our community.  Anything that affects any of the tributaries that feed into the Anchor River affects the Anchor River and subsequently the Cook Inlet, which in turn affects us all.  Our watershed includes all the area that drains into or has an affect on the Anchor River.  This watershed is part of a larger watershed, the Cook Inlet Watershed, which is approximately 220 miles long and 60 miles wide at its mouth.  Anchor River is just one of many 'mini' watersheds within the Cook Inlet Watershed.  All of which have a direct affect, either positively or negatively, on the over-all health of every community on the Kenai Peninsula.  The actions we take today can and will either give life or take life away for the future generations who would replace us here.

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