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Happy Monday. Here is the updated SSP Flickr album dedicated to the 2014 Path to Prosperity Competition. I updated the album with photographs of the businesses taken during my trip to Haines. I am in the process of putting together a Flickr 'cheat sheet' that will easily show how our Flickr page is organized and how it can be used. Will share the cheat sheet ASAP. 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/129958772@N08/sets/72157651462694776/

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The tiny home just got moved into the new addition at the high school. They now have an enclosed area to build. This year's class is working on the tiny home and two sheds.
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Fisheries Management Field Course opportunities. Some travel stipends are available, encourage any interested community members to reach out to UAS for travel support!


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzG-5bvvEFvCbFBSRW9oaXVOd0k/view?usp=sharing

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Applications for P2P 2015 now being solicited from SE Alaska entrepreneurs! Deadline to apply is May 31, 2015.
Please pass this on.
Path To Prosperity Kicks Off Year Three
Path To Prosperity Kicks Off Year Three
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Information about the upcoming Prince of Wales Island-Wide Mining Symposium to be held April 20-30 in Klawock.

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Check out some images from the Wild Foods Harvest in Kasaan. I have moved all my SSP related photographs into the shared SSP Documents Folder under 'Photos and Video' --> 'Photos' --> 'Bethany's SSP Photography'. 

Please use and share these photographs! If you need larger files please let me know :)
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August 18, 2014
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We had a really great trip to Kake this week. Adam and I worked with the instructor that taught the micro-hydro training we attended this spring to assess opportunities for hydro-development in Kake. The instructor's name is Ken Gardner. He is an experienced engineer who specializes in renewable energy. He is a top notch mentor as well. We learned a lot and created a list of some really cool projects that we are ready to go to work on.

Bethany joined us on this trip and we are looking forward to the story she puts together on Kake energy and community emPOWERment.
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2014-09-07
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