Denise Saigh has lived and traveled throughout Alaska as a fishery biologist, ecologist and an environmental scientist. She is involved in mushing, skijoring, telemarking, cross country and downhill skiing, mountain, rock and ice climbing, sea kayaking, fishing, scuba diving, biking, canoeing, hiking and flying. She has been involved with The Ninety-Nines: International Organization of Women Pilots, Alaska Mountain Rescue, X-C Ski Patrol, mushing clubs, bird treatment centers, science and environmental boards. Denise has taught skiing and camping to children and adults and taught biology, chemistry and art classes at the University of Alaska and Alaska Pacific University for 15 years. She has had Samoyeds for 35 years and for the past 25 years she has taken them to senior homes as Pet Therapy Dogs.
Saturday, August 12, 2017 - 11:30am
720 S Alaska St.
Palmer, AK 99645