• Rafters on the Alganak Wild River

    Alagnak

    Wild River Alaska

Management

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Did You Know?

Wave action from increased motorboat use on the Alagnak Wild River threatens archaeological sites.

While current and wave erosion is a natural process, increased erosion from motorboat wakes has become one of the greatest threats to archaeological sites along the banks of the Alagnak Wild River. Boaters can reduce the destructive process by slowing their crafts in areas where erosion is evident.