|The mission of AWC is to promote the prevention of further environmental degradation; and the protection, restoration, and enhancement of waterways, wetlands, and associated uplands within the Municipality of Anchorage.|
It's cold out there!
One of the interesting things to do as winter approaches is to watch our creeks and lakes as they freeze up. These photos are a record of Campbell Creek, just east of the New Seward, as its water converts to ice (at least on the upper levels). This is quite an extraordinary time as there are many forms that our waterways take. Scroll down for other pictures of the beauty of our creeks during winter. Some of our activities don't stop when it gets cold. Education director Thom Eley is collecting the end of the season macroinvertebrates for students at Ursa Major in our Creeks as Classrooms program.
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