Fish Wildlife WeatherPort Tent Check Station at Koyukuk
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game understands how fabric structures can provide a huge benefit to their employees, the public and the environment. These sturdy shelters withstand the elements and fulfill various types of needs for the Alaska Department of Fish & Game, but also at a price point that doesn’t destroy their budget. Below are several examples of where the department uses WeatherPort tents:
The Western Arctic Caribou Herd has been studied by Jim Dau with the Alaska Department of Fish & Game for more than 20 years. Every two to four years or so, biologists and pilots are rounded up and taken to a remote site in the middle of northwest Alaska’s nowhere. WeatherPorts go up, temporary food shelves are stacked, gear is unpacked, and water cans are filled. Then the wait begins. Each morning, Dau takes to the air to locate caribou. Once Dau sees that the caribou are beginning to bunch together, the rest of the biologists are in the air within minutes. A slow, steady grid is flown as the biologists snap photo after photo. Once this stage is done, the photos are processed and the counting begins.
These are just a few examples of how WeatherPort buildings have helped meet the needs of the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. These structures are used every day in the above example, and in a wide range of weather. Government agencies of all types can benefit from WeatherPort buildings, especially given their versatility and dependability.
WeatherPort buildings are designed to last. The structures can be used for any building application in virtually every climate in the world. From living quarters and camps, to offices, to cafeterias, to fish hatcheries, WeatherPort buildings are available in a number of different fabric structures, such as canopies, truss gable buildings, dome tents, gable buildings, heavy gable buildings, event tents, Quonset huts and yurt series. For more information or to order your pool enclosure today, call +1-970-399-5909, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us online.