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Volunteer Opportunities

KBCS is a small but active organization primarily run by a volunteer board with support from members and a caring community. We encourage volunteerism in many forms. Contact us if you would like to get involved or have special skills in:

Planning meetings and events
Becoming a liaison on a conservation issues
Outreach and our annual membership drive
Co-leader for our annual Overlook Park hike
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Alaska Sealife Center Last Updated on 2011-07-26 12:24:25 CRS: I’ve heard two of your passions are conservation and marine debris. You’re currently using both to communicate environmental issues.  What first inspired you to do this? HF: More appropriately, not what…but who.  My wife, Dyan. But let me tell you the full story.  For 25 years, Dyan and I (me more the object sherpa than the collector) have collected “found objects” in various areas we have lived including Alaska, Oregon and South Carolina, and where ever we travel.  The “found objects” took on a marine focus perhaps 20 years ago. Since we lived on the coast and the marine environment tends to accumulate objects to be found (better known as marine debris), it provided a wear and patina factor to objects telling a tale of their journey in the marine environment, and objects of various geographic origins offers a... More »
Shorebird Festival - Overlook Park Hike Last Updated on 2011-04-24 18:28:25 7 am – 3 pm/Meet at the Islands & Ocean Visitor Center for transportation to the trailhead Spend the day enjoying this guided, strenuous, 6.5 mile hike along the north shore of Kachemak Bay to visit Overlook Park, an undisturbed pocket of native coastal habitat, and a remote unit of the Alaska Sate Park system. View shorebirds, sea ducks, marine mammal, ravens and eagles along the shore and bluff, as well as early songbird migrants and waterfowl around the ponds  in the Park. This all –day hike is considered strenuous due to length, steep and uneven terrain, creek crossing and unimproved trail. Bring binoculars, lunch, water, raingear and sturdy, waterproof knee boots. Proceeds benefit the management of Overlook Park. Limit 12. $10pp. Sponsored by the Kachemak Bay Conservation Society   More »