The Kasilof River flows across Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, connecting the coastal Cook Inlet to the 73,432-acre Tustumena Lake and high mountains. We now have an opportunity to protect over 300 aces along Kasilof River Flats, which contain significant wetland habitat for many different species of fish and wildlife.

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