SEAL will host dog-friendly 5K fun run on June 10

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Dog walkers, runners and Juneauites just looking for a little fresh air are invited to a 5-kilometer run at 9 a.m. June 10.


The Wild for Conservation 5k takes place at the Airport Dike Trail and benefits the Southeast Alaska Land Trust. Preregistration is $15, and race-day registration is $20.

Preregistration is available at the Trust’s website,

The first 50 people to arrive for the race will take home a commemorative pint glass.

Race-day registration opens at 8 a.m., and the race begins at 9 a.m. Dogs are welcome.

The land trust, also known as SEAL, was established in 1995 to hold and purchase undeveloped land “to protect natural, scenic, recreational and/or historical values,” according to the Trust’s website.


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