Sitka Technology Group

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Decades of Environmental Monitoring Experience

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We develop knowledge infrastructures for conservation, restoration, and sustainable development. We specialize in supporting clients who work in medium-to-large-scale environments, whether an ecosystem, watershed, or metropolitan area. 

Leveraging our decades of experience with natural resource data management, business analysis, Big Data analytics, open standards, and mobile technology, we are ready to design and develop the perfect software solution for you. If you want us to design and build a software solution for you, contact us.

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Our Commitment to Making Tech More Inclusive

To us, embracing diversity means working alongside people from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences and valuing the differences that make us more productive, smarter, and happier.

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Sitka's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

We believe that embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion will make us ​more productive, smarter, and happier. ​

Working alongside people from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences provides more perspectives and results in better solutions and opportunities for everyone.​

Transforming how natural resource programs use information is extremely challenging work that requires a spectrum of viewpoints that we need on our teams. ​

Partnering with our customers to thoughtfully design and execute natural resource programs will improve outcomes for people from all walks of life.

We value differences – ​age, color, physical ability, race, family or marital status, ​gender identity, religion, nationality, body shape or size, ​ sexual orientation, thinking and communication styles – ​that make each of us unique. ​

Sitka’s corporate culture is intentionally built on mutual respect​ and recognizes that the collective sum of our differences and experiences​
yields stronger relationships and shared success​ for ourselves and our customers.

We Deliver Three Types of Value

Realizing Operational Efficiencies

Turning Field Data into Actionable Intelligence

Tracking Performance Against Social and Ecological Goals

Dad + Children + Nature

We build technology solutions to

ensure healthy ecosystems for future generations

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Areas of Speciality

Data Management

Environmental Monitoring

Implementation Tracking

Workflow Analysis

Key Indicator Reporting

Thanks to the Sitka team for continuing to think of new and innovative ways for us to refine the system and make it more efficient and effective. We're making incredible progress!

Kenneth Kasman | Research & Analysis Manager, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

What We Do

Sitka Design Principles

We help our clients develop knowledge infrastructures that are specific to social and ecological situations. These infrastructures bolster organization capacities, enabling cycles of adaptive and effective management.

Sitka has helped us be more efficient and effective in fulfilling our mission of protecting and restoring natural areas and developing parks and trails.

Kathleen Brennan-Hunter | Parks and Nature Director, Metro

Deployed System Successes

Clean Water Act

Endangered Species Act

National Environmental Policy Act

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

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Upcoming Events

March 1, 2021, 9:00 AM (PST)
March 5, 2021, 5:00 PM (PST)

Salmon Data Mobilization Workshop


The North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission is holding a two-part virtual workshop “Salmon Data Mobilization” the first week of March. The Commission has invited Matt Deniston to to join a select group of data experts and salmon researchers to consider how to address salmon data mobilization challenges in the Northeast Pacific. The purpose of the virtual Workshop is to address both challenges and needs to successfully implement the conceptual life-history based framework/model developed in a prior workshop.

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January 8, 2021

Our Commitment to Making Tech More Inclusive

No one could have predicted how last year would turn out. The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted how many businesses function, and while some of these changes are only temporary, like remote-only workplaces, other aspects will remain different from here on out. It is impossible to separate the link between the shutdown-spurred economic fallout and increased presence of racial justice movements. COVID-19 has disproportionately affected communities of color, making it imperative that businesses and organizations adopt more inclusive practices.

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December 31, 2020

Responding to Climate Change with a Design Thinking Mindset

A project that aids Colombian onion farmers struggling with lackluster harvests took center stage in November when the Stanford Social Innovation Review published “Using Design Thinking to Tackle Climate Change When ‘What You Know No Longer Works’” by Sarah Stein Greenburg and Dr. Madhuri Karak. As hinted at in the title of the piece, Stein Greenburg and Karak set out to address “ambiguity problems,” or issues that can no longer be solved by traditional, time-honored methods.

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December 30, 2020

Holly Jolly Holiday

This year's holiday party was a bit different than normal. While we may have resorted to holding it via Zoom, we didn't minimize the fun and merriment.

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