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OUTDOORS Wilderness Stewardship Coordinator, Southeast Alas The Stikine River is many things: The fastest flowing, un-dammed, navigable river on the North American continent; The source of robust salmon fisheries, productive moose and waterfowl hunts, and clean water draining 20,000 square miles of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska; The lifeblood of Wrangell, Petersburg, and the people who called this watershed home for centuries; Wild and natural and free.

Stewardship in the Stikine - weeds be gone

Wrangell volunteer Ally Adams, Boy Scouts Mikel Smith, Curis Wimberly, and Tymon Teat, and SEACC Wilderness Stewardship Coordinator Daven Hafey size up the invasive reed canary grass at Twin Lakes.
Photo By Matthew Dolkas
Wrangell volunteer Ally Adams, Boy Scouts Mikel Smith, Curis Wimberly, and Tymon Teat, and SEACC Wilderness Stewardship Coordinator Daven Hafey size up the invasive reed canary grass at Twin Lakes.
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