Who We Are
The Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) is effective because of our inclusivity and diversity. Our partnership includes international, regional and community-based organizations as well as representatives from tribal governments in the rural Southeast Alaskan villages of Kake, Klawock, Sitka, Kasaan, Hydaburg, Hoonah and Yakutat. Please visit our Staff Page to meet some of the people behind the partnership. Below is only a shortlist of our core partners. When we work, we draw from the perspectives and resources of many additional organizations including cities, schools, and federal land managers.
How We Work
Our partners take a holistic approach to sustainable development. We believe that by focusing our efforts in the following areas we can inspire widespread change across all of Southeast Alaska.
A Localized Economy
Our partners support place-based economies where locally owned and operated businesses thrive, natural resources are used sustainably and our unique cultural resources are leveraged. Learn more.
We are committed to renewable energy options that are clean, reliable and sustainable. Together as partners, we strive to make Southeast Alaska less reliable on outside energy. Learn more.
Fisheries and Forestry
Our partners work to ensure that sustainability, community priorities and local employment are central to the management of our lands and waters. Read more.
Collaboration in Action: Updates from the FieldOur partners are working tirelessly on sustainable development in rural communities across Southeast Alaska. Follow along and join the movement.
The Sustainable Southeast Partnership also sends out a seasonal email newsletter that contains updates from our latest projects. This is our favorite way to share our work with you. Sign up, we promise you won’t regret it.
Watch Our Work
Fresh on the Blog
Written and published with Edible Alaska Magazine On a sunny Sitka afternoon, a group of Pacific High School students and community members carve four inch deep lines into the soil. Gingerly, the students cradle seed potatoes in their palms. These small fingerlings,...read more
Driving on Rain
The Renewable Energy Alaska Project partnered with Artchange to produce a short video highlighting electric car use in the rural island community of Sitka! Learn more about a growing community of drivers who are powered by rain.