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Southeast Conference begins AMHS strategic planning effort
RFP release marks beginning of process to insure AMHS viability and sustainability

AMHS Reform Project Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2016
Contact: Shelly Wright, shellyw@seconference.org, 907-586-4360

Southeast Conference begins AMHS strategic planning effort
RFP release marks beginning of process to insure AMHS viability and sustainability

- Juneau, Alaska

Southeast Alaska Resiliency Mapping: Weatherizing for the Economic Storm

At Southeast Conference’s March 2016 Mid-Session Summit, audience members participated in a resiliency mapping exercise. The purpose of this process to determine and detail the key strategies that private business owners, elected officials, tribal leaders, municipalities, and community organizations are implementing or planning to implement in order to respond to our current state fiscal situation.

Southeast 2020 Action Plan

Southeast Conference is responsible for developing a Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Southeast Alaska designed to identify regional priorities for economic and community development. The CEDS 2020 Southeast Alaska Economic Plan is a strategy-driven plan developed by a diverse workgroup of local representatives from private, public, and nonprofit sectors.

The Value of Alaska's Marine Highway in 25 Stories


We asked the people who experience the marine highway’s benefits first hand to describe its value: the mayors, tribal leaders, business owners, tourism directors, fishermen, economic development experts, and other community leaders. These Alaskans’ stories weave together to form a single tale: Transportation is the lifeblood of coastal communities, and a strong ferry system is essential to local economic development, quality of life, and community well-being. There are 35 ports spanning 3,500 miles that are connected by Alaska’s state ferries.

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