State releases Susitna access study
Outlines and evaluates five possible road routes for access to natural resources in remote country to the west of the Susitna River
While long known to be a potential source of valuable mineral, energy, forestry and other resources, the vast area of swamps, rivers and muskeg to the west of Alaska’s Susitna River, south of the Alaska Range, presents formidable access challenges for any would-be resource developer. The region has....
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