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Watershed Weekly is a production of Takshanuk Watershed Council in Haines, Alaska. Support comes from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and radio station KHNS. Series written by Tim Shields and edited by John Hunt and Chris Bowman. Teachers Guides written by Pam Randles.
Watershed Weekly is a collection of five-minute radio shows about various aspects of watershed ecology, and how that relates to salmon productivity. Originally aired on KHNS radio in Haines, Alaska, there are four series in the set, with 24 episodes in all. Each episode has a teachers guide for listening that includes suggestions for related activities. You can listen to the episodes online, or download the episodes and teachers guides. We hope you enjoy the shows!
WW1 The Watershed Concept
WW2 The Water Cycle
WW4 The Value of Watersheds
WW5 Watershed Impacts
(Note: There is no WW6)
WW7 Management of Coastal Resources
WW8 Who’s Who in Alaskan watersheds
WW9 Chilkoot : The Story of One Alaskan Watershed
WW10 How It Works- Fisheries Management part 1
WW11 How It Works- Fisheries Management part 2
WW12 Challenges to Alaska’s Watersheds
WW 13 Life Styles of the Rich and Anadromous
WW 14 Speciation of Pacific Salmon
WW 15 The Varieties of Salmon Life Histories
WW 16 Salmon Ecology
WW 17 A Life History in Detail- Coho Salmon
WW 18 Salmon Forest
WW 19 Historic Salmon Populations
WW 20 Decline of Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
WW 21 Restoration Bu$ine$$
WW 22 Conservation of Healthy Populations
WW 23 Challenges Facing Alaska’s Wild Salmon
WW 24 Healthy Watersheds, Healthy People