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Project Title: Takshanuk Watershed Council

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Grant ID Number:NE - 96068601-0
EPA Region:EPA R10AAShip:R10 - Region 10
CFDA:66.951Media:Environmental Education
Grant Program:
Recipient Name: Takshanuk Watershed Council
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:AKCong District:Statewide
Competition Status:
Award Date:05/14/2008Cum Award:$11,259
Project Start:07/01/2008Project End:06/30/2009
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Takshanuk Watershed Council
This Green Careers program is a vocation-based internship program for high schoolers. The program will create a series of internships based on integrating existing high school curriculum with rigorous, individualized job training experiences with local fisheries management, tourism, or fish and wildlife law enforcement organizations. The project will have rigorous individualized job training, matching students with mentors and perhaps hometown green careers. An in-school class will include field trips and mentor involvement. Students will also share their knowledge weekly by radio.

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Project Officer Daniel Steinborn 206-553-2728
Grant Specialist John Schaub 206-553-6129

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