Fisheries Stakeholder Meeting Facilitation

Fisheries Stakeholder Meeting Facilitation

In 2014, the Alaska Marine Conservation Council (AMCC) celebrated the organization’s 20th anniversary. As part of this milestone, AMCC sought to prepare an updated strategic plan for their next five years, 2015-2020. Agnew::Beck was hired to assist the Alaska Marine Conservation Council through the planning process. To kick off the effort, Agnew::Beck facilitated a half-day […]

Coastal Resiliency Planning

Three of Alaska’s Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) – the Arctic, Western Alaska, and Aleutian and Bering Sea LCCs – initiated a collaborative effort to develop tools, information and strategies to help resource managers, local decision-makers and communities better respond to the changes and challenges facing coastal Alaska communities in the face of climate change. Agnew::Beck […]

Science Facilitation

Aleutian Bering Sea Island Landscape Conservation Cooperative Strategic Planning, 2014-present Agnew::Beck recently facilitated a two day strategic planning session for this collaborative organization. The Landscape Conservation Cooperative works to better understand and then develop strategies to respond to changing environmental challenges in marine and terrestrial environments in western Alaska. This region is facing increasing serious […]

Tribal Environmental Program Training and Environmental Planning Workbook (Green Book)

Agnew::Beck was contracted to assist the Bristol Bay Native Association in conducting an IGAP Work Plan Development Workshop and developing a Tribal Environmental Program Workbook for tribal environmental program staff. The workshop provides a training format and planning framework to help tribal environmental program staff prepare successful IGAP proposals. The workbook is intended to guide […]

Big Lake Water Quality

During the summers of 2004, 2005 and 2009 the State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) conducted water quality sampling at Big Lake. The results showed repeated high levels of petroleum hydrocarbons above the State’s allowed threshold. Big Lake was later declared an impaired water body under the Clean Water Act because of this […]