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Kachemak Bay Research Reserve

Summer interns pose for a photo after completing a Public Estuary Hike around Beluga Slough.
Summer interns pose for a photo after completing a Public Estuary Hike around Beluga Slough.

There are multiple ways to get involved in local coastal research and outreach with the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve.

Volunteer and Intern Opportunities

Volunteers and interns are an integral component of the coastal research, education and outreach activities of the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve. Opportunities to volunteer are available year-round, particularly for those interested in assisting with the public Discovery Labs. Internship opportunities for undergraduates and recent college graduates are available during the summer months. For more information, contact Jessica Ryan (outreach/education) or Angela Doroff (research).

Community Council Membership

The Council’s nine community members represent a wide range of research and education interests and perspectives from residents of the communities that surround Kachemak Bay. Council members serve three-year terms, and vacant seats are announced on the Council's homepage. Council members may also serve on designated committees that report back to the Council during regular quarterly meetings.