Get Involved

Ways To Get Involved


Kodiak Soil & Water Conservation District is a grant-funded office. Some of our grants have restrictions on what we may spend our funding on. This often means more general items like office supplies and gear are on a very tight budget. If you are able, please consider donating in one of the following ways to help us help the Kodiak community.


Donate money to our general fund. Checks can be made payable to:

Kodiak Soil and Water Conservation District

If you want to make a donation with a non-profit deduction, you can donate to Alaska Association of Conservation Districts and designate that it is for Kodiak Soil and Water Conservation District. Please contact us with any questions.

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If you have items you are willing to donate, please ask us and we will let you know if that is something we can use. The following supplies are currently on our needs list:

  • Duct Tape
  • Contractor Bags
  • Ziploc Bags
  • AA and AAA Batteries
  • Velcro Strips
  • Laminating Sheets
  • Mechanical Pencils
  • Mechanical Pencil lead refills - size 0.5mm and 0.7mm
  • Small bottle of dish soap
  • Large water dispenser jugs
  • Paper Towels
  • White copy paper


Have some time to volunteer? Here are some ways you can help:

  • Submit your KA-CISMA logo ideas!
  • Document invasive species, especially those seen in natural areas.
  • Photograph field crew while they work
  • Help post flyers & signs
  • Volunteer to help at the Community Gardens
  • Develop outreach materials

Depending on your skills and experience, you may be able to help us in other ways too. Let us know your ideas and we will see if it is something we can do. Please contact us to discuss volunteering.

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Please also consider joining our "Kodiak Invasive Species Watch" project on iNaturalist. If you make an observation on iNaturalist of an invasive species on the Kodiak Archipelago, it will automatically be added to our project.


The Kodiak Archipelago Invasive Species Management Area (KA-CISMA) is a partnership of federal, state, and local government agencies, tribes, individuals, and interested groups that manage invasive species. We are currently looking for logo ideas! Please email us with yours!

Pictured: photos taken at the same location on Camp Island in 2002 and then in 2005 after herbicide treatment of the orange hawkweed. Camp Island is in Karluk Lake on the southern side of Kodiak Island.