Videos are often the best way to show off our inspiring program participants and the fantastic learning and service projects they are completing with the Chugach Children’s Forest. Check out more Chugach Children’s Forest Videos on our Youtube page here!
In the summer of 2019, three Chugach Children’s Forest Conservation Crews worked across all districts of the Chugach National Forest. Check out the video below to see their hard work and dedication on the Chugach National Forest!
The 2017 Chugach Children’s Forest Conservation Crew made some amazing improvements to the Carter Lake Trail. Follow along to see what their typical day is like and how they work together with the Forest Service Trail Crew to get work done on the Forest!
Learn from Ger, Makayla, Peter and the rest of the team about Leave No Trace, stewardship projects and their experience in Prince William Sound in “Stewards of the Land”. This video tells the story of a 2016 Habitat Restoration Expedition.
This video documents the experiences of three teens, Isabel, Virnessa, and Bryana, on a Habitat Restoration Kayaking Expedition in Prince William Sound in 2014.
“A, B, Sea” was produced by Nataza, a middle school student while she was aboard the Babkin Marine Research Vessel as part of a Marine Stewardship Expedition in 2014. Nataza shares her discoveries about the ecological diversity in Prince William Sound through these compiled photographs.
This video about marine debris was produced by two middle school-aged youth, Shaun and Gabe, as they were aboard the Babkin Marine Research Vessel as part of a Marine Stewardship Expedition in 2014.
Gloria volunteered on a Habitat Restoration Kayaking Expedition in Prince William Sound. In this video, she tells her story of finding a piece of debris in Applegate Spit that turned out to be a buried fishing net that took huge efforts to uncover.
Makayla participated in the Babkin Marine Stewardship Expedition in the summer of 2013. In this video, Makayla learns more about marine debris and shares a beautiful poem:
Reth volunteered on one of three sea kayaking-based Habitat Restoration Expeditions in Western Prince William Sound. He describes his experience in the College Fiord-Harriman Fiord area and the impact it had on him:
Check out a video slideshow, featuring participants and projects from the past five years of successful Chugach Children’s Forest programming!