Healthy Watersheds,

 

 

              Healthy Communities

Register now for the May 7th

Chena River Summit 

& Watershed Education Fair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tanana Valley Watershed Association promotes and improves the health of the Tanana Valley through education, restoration, collaborative research, and diverse community involvement.

 

TVWA goals include working with residents, local government and agencies to develop stream enhancement plans that will improve the recreational value of our waterways, while maintaining or improving the fish and wildlife habitat values.  We strive to provide residents information, insight and tools they need to make positive changes in the watershed by working together to protect vital resources and the natural beauty of our region for current and future generations.


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anana Valley Watershed Boundary: From the northern ridges of Denali to the tundra of the valley; all land, rivers, streams, lakes and tributaries draining rain, snow or glacial melt into the Tanana River .
Watershed Boundary: From the northern ridges of Denali to the tundra of the valley; all land, rivers, streams, lakes and tributaries draining rain, snow or glacial melt into the Tanana River .anana Valley Watershed Boundary: From the northern ridges of Denali to the tundra of the valley; all land, rivers, streams, lakes and tributaries draining rain, snow or glacial melt into the Tanana River .
Watershed Boundary: From the northern ridges of Denali to the tundra of the valley; all land, rivers, streams, lakes and tributaries draining rain, snow or glacial melt into the Tanana River .