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March 16th, 2021

Craig, Alaska via zoom
Today is: April 19th, 2021

Clean Affordable Heat Pump FREE webinar

AP&T is hosting a special webinar discussing heat pump technology. Operating like an “air conditioner in reverse,” air source heat pumps are a highly efficient heating solution. Residents of Prince of Wales and other southeast Alaska communities have an opportunity to use the latest in ASHP technology to access cleaner, more affordable heat powered by local hydropower resources. The webinar will provide an overview of heat pump technology and its numerous merits relative to Prince of Wales’ abundance of clean energy from the Black Bear, South Fork, and Híilangaay hydropower projects. While the information is geared towards POW customers, much of it should be helpful to energy consumers throughout southeast Alaska.

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Places to stay near this event

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Great Blue Heron Inn Southcove

Centrally located. Quaint, cozy, clean. Well-decorated rooms, each with private bath, kitchenette, cable TV, wireless Internet. Queen-size suite, single room, or full four-bedroom lodge available.

JS Development Company

Storage units, secured parking, furnished room, and suite rental, apartment.
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Waterstreet Apartments LLC

Available nightly and located in the middle of Craig. Fully furnished 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, complete kitchen for cooking on your own. WiFi and DirecTV. Perfect for work, visiting family, and vacations.  

Prince of Wales Bed & Breakfast

Full kitchen, private bathroom with walk in shower, 2-queen beds, 1-twin, 1-hide-a-bed. Located in the quiet part of Craig. 5-minute walk to the ballfield. Home of Southeast Alaska Art Glass and Island Charters. Your hosts are Matt & Kathy Peavey.

Hiking Near Clean Affordable Heat Pump FREE webinar, Alaska

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Sunnahae Mountain Trail

Sunnahae Mountain Trail above Craig offers a workout and amazing views of Craig and the ocean from an alpine summit. New staircases and a gravel trail bed on the first half ease the footpath. Work is continuing to improve the trail to the summit.

Distance: 1 mile
Average: 1.5 hours
More difficult

Kegan Lake Trail

This 1/2-mile trail along the creek connects Kegan Cove to the cabin on Kegan Creek and to Kegan Lake. The cabin is located in a protected cove in Moira Sound. Visitors can enjoy ocean fishing, stream fishing, viewing scenery and wildlife, beachcombing.

Distance: .5 miles
Average: 30 minutes

More Upcoming Events Near - Craig, Alaska

When visiting Craig, Alaska it's nice to plan your trip around special events happening in the communities near you. 
  • Start: April 20th, 2021
    Location: Craig, Alaska via zoom
    Contact: Matt Armstrong Records Retention Associate Community Connections
    Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Start: April 21st, 2021
    Location: Craig High School
    Contact: City of Craig
    Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Start: April 22nd, 2021
    Location: online event
    Contact: Michelle Torres
    Contact Email: [email protected]
  • Start: April 26th, 2021
    Location: Craig City Hall, Craig, Alaska
    Contact: City Clerk
    Contact Email: [email protected]
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