SEABANK is a diverse nexus of individuals, scientists, organizations and businesses that wish to share the untold story of Southeast Alaska’s ecological wealth and promote the region’s natural products that support the livelihoods of our communities.

Seabank location map, panhandle of Alaska

Southeast Alaska By The Numbers - 2014

In 2013 the Southeast Alaska economy—which had been in an expansion phase for the previous five years—stopped growing.Both the population and the number of workers in the region grew by a mere 19 people, which is akin to no growth at all. Total wages grew by two percent. Economic trends statewide were nearly identical. This report provides a snapshot of the economic health of Southeast Alaska.

FILED IN: Reports, Economy

Map of Southeast Alaska's estuaries

A detailed 2009 map of Southeast Alaska's watersheds.

FILED IN: Ecology, Maps

Economic Impacts Analysis: Southeast Alaska Transboundary Watersheds

Southeast Alaska’s economy is highly dependent on the region’s rich natural resources. SalmonState contracted with McDowell Group, an Alaska-based research and consulting firm, to measure the economic impacts in Southeast Alaska of three transboundary watersheds: Taku, Stikine, and Unuk Rivers.

FILED IN: Reports, Economy

Photos of Southeast Alaska

A selection of photos of the Southeast Alaska region.

FILED IN: Community, Photos

No more articles to load