Sustainable Southeast Partnership

The Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) is a growing collaboration of organizations whose common goal is to empower Southeast Alaskan communities to develop cultural, ecological and economic prosperity, sustainability and resilience.

We collaborate to have greater impact on the complex challenges associated with community sustainability.

SSP Network
The Sustainable Southeast Partnership (SSP) is a diverse network of international, regional and community-based organizations. SSP includes representatives from tribal governments and community organizations in the rural villages of Kake, Klawock, Sitka, Kasaan, HydaburgHoonah and Yakutat. Please visit our staff page to meet the people behind the partnership.
 
SSP and Haa Aani Economic Development
SSP Director Alana Peterson also serves as Haa Aaní Economic Development Coordinator.

Haa Aaní Economic Development through the Haa Aaní Community Development Fund, Inc., is excited to be part of the Sustainable Southeast Partnership as a hosting entity for the Regional Catalyst for Economic Development. Haa Aaní Economic Development efforts focus on improving the economic conditions and sustainability for Southeast Alaska rural communities. The Sustainable Southeast Partnership is designed to work with local and regional organizations on increasing community self-reliance and vibrancy through measurable improvement in local energy, food, economic and natural resource sustainability. 

Contact SSP Program Director