OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly NOAA's Little Port Walter Marine Station on Baranof Island in Southeast Alaska is celebrating 75 years of fisheries research. Established in 1934, it is the oldest year-around biological field station in Alaska.

Little Port Walter marine station celebrates 75 years

Photo Courtesy Of Noaa Fisheries Service
The "White House," built in 1940 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, stands over Little Port Walter in view of the Baranof Mountains.
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