Homer Soil and Water Conservation District


Now in its fourth year, this unique partnership with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is developing students who are competent in science-based ecological management of environmental and natural resources.

Offered at Homer High, the course gives students a practical alternative to traditional science and vocational classes with expanded opportunities for field trips, building leadership skills through FFA chapter activities, participating in conferences and competitions regionally and nationally, and by applying classroom instruction to resolving current issues.

[NEW!] Invasive Plants Taking Root in Alaska 9-12 Curriculum


Speech and Poster Contests

HSWCD is proud to support Project WET in Alaska. We hope to offer teacher training workshops soon. Please contact the office for more information. For more information on Project WET visit the national Project WET website, or the AACD Project WET site.



Resource classThe Natural Resource Class learning safe chainsaw use at the Homer Demo Forest

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