Our members help us achieve our goals of being a leader in improving our understanding and protection of Cook Inlet. Among our top priorities is making Cook Inlet data and information accessible and collecting and integrating biological and chemical environmental data in a sustained manner. Current projects include conducting a comprehensive risk assessment for oil facilities and infrastructure and ensuring detailed habitat data for all Cook Inlet area shorelines are available and integrated within the Incident Command during oil spill prevention planning and response. Our stakeholders and partners help us educate the public to enhance long-term stewardship of Cook Inlet.
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