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Clockwork: Clockwork is a developing nonprofit focused on creating a new hyper-barter system for individuals, businesses, nonprofits, and communities.
Island Web: Marvin Scott provides creative and insightful web design and other graphical services by a friend of the Tongass.
Ketchikan Beaches Association: Supporting community access to Ketchikan's beaches and open spaces.
Ketchikan Link: This developing community site, created by Ketchikan Youth Initiatives, Americorps, and other partners, strives to link residents of Ketchikan with the enormous nonprofit resources throughout the area.
Ketchikan Photos: Provides many of the photos seen on this site. Photographs of Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska
Ketchikan Underground: Where the young people of Ketchikan collide with life.
Tongass Forest Enterprises: Tongass Forest Enterprises is a local business that adds tremendous value to timber it utilizes from Southeast Alaska. The products are amazing (and their uses are sustainable).
Alaska Conservation Alliance: ACA is a statewide coalition of environmental groups working together in order to shape Alaskan issues proactively.
Alaska Conservation Foundation: ACF is a premier supporter of TCS and all things conservation throughout the great state of Alaska. Big thanks to ACF for your continued support!
Alaska Transportation Priorities Project: ATPP works to promote sensible transportation projects throughout Alaska.
Sitka Conservation Society: SCS are TCS' dedicated friends to the north, operating out of beautiful Sitka, Alaska.
Alaska Conservation Council: SEACC is the regional nonprofit
of which TCS is a founding member. SEACC regionalizes our goals and combines
them with the stronghearted efforts of other member groups throughout
Brudaimonia: This is a fascinating blog covering a number of topics. Brudaimonia is created and updated by a good friend of the Tongass.
Container Recycling Institute: CRI is an incredible resource for info on container recycling, and a new friend of TCS.
Earthjustice: Because sometimes Mother Nature needs an attorney.
Fog Woman Coffee: Support TCS by purchasing various earth-friendly blends from a company with roots in Naha Bay!
Natural Resources Defense Council: Enough said!
Vida Verde Education: Vida Verde's goal is to plant, in the students they serve, a seed of commitment to the natural world.