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Marine Mammals of Alaska (BIOL A124)

Learn about the marine mammals found in our area, throughout Alaskan waters, and along our coasts. Study with one of our community's most engaging naturalists through classroom lectures available in person at Kachemak Bay Campus or through zoom, and three exciting field trips. Homer - on Kachemak Bay and in Halibut Cove Lagoon documenting harbor porpoises and other marine mammals. Kenai/Soldotna - monitoring and eDND sampling of Beluga whales on the Kenai River. Seward - Spring Wildlife Cruise on Ressurection Bay. Classes meet Wednesdays, 5:15 - 7:30 pm. For more information about this two-credit class call (907) 235-7743 or search here for BIOL 124. https://kpc.alaska.edu/academics/schedule/.


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Deckhand Skills

Learn practical job skills for becoming a deckhand on any vessel in one weekend at Kachemak Bay Campus in Homer. Includes safety, survival skills, line handling, knots, gear, basic navigation, crew roles, helm, wheelhouse expectations, and more. This course is $150 and scholarships are available through the Homer Marine Trades Association. To register visit our community education portal. For more information call (907) 235-1674.


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$175 Late Payment Fee Assessed

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$175 Late Payment Fee Assessed


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Know Your Land 2023: Soil Health - Magic Under the Surface

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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Last Day for Student Initiated Withdrawal via UAOnline

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Last Day for Student Initiated Withdrawal via UAOnline, (Withdrawing does not result in refund.)


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Deadline for UAA/KPC Spring 2023 Graduation Application (via UAOnline)

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Deadline for UAA/KPC Spring 2023 Graduation Application (via UAOnline)


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Know Your Land 2023: The Ins and Outs of Soil Testing

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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Know Your Land 2023: Hands-on Composting Workshop

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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Coastal Navigation

Learn essential boating skills to safely explore Kachemak Bay. Covers safety, navigation, anchoring, rules of the road, charting, and basic seamanship This course meets M,W,F from 6 - 9 pm, May 1 - 12 at Kachemak Bay Campus in Homer. The fee is $150. To register visit the community education portal. Call (907) 235-1674 for details.


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Finals Week

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Finals Week May 2-6, 2023


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