The Southeast Alaska Fish Habitat Partnership works to foster cooperative fish habitat conservation in freshwater and coastal ecosystems across the southern panhandle of Alaska including the dynamic watersheds and waterways that make up the Alexander Archipelago.

It is believed that many benefits result when multiple partners come together to share resources, align strategic actions, and speak with a united voice about the conservation and value of productive and intact fish habitats at both local and regional scales.

The success of our efforts relies on the breadth and common focus of our partners.