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Southwest Alaska Network (SWAN)

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Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

Telaquana Lake at Lake Clark National Monument
Telaquana Lake at Lake Clark National Monument

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For more information contact: Amy Miller, Program Manager, Southwest Alaska Network

Remote and unimpaired Lake Clark National Park is a land of stunning beauty where volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes, and local people and culture still depend on the land and water of their home. Solitude is found around every bend in the river and shoulder of a mountain. Venture into the park to become part of the wilderness.

The mandate for Lake Clark National Park and Preserve states that it is set aside, “ to protect the watershed necessary for the perpetuation of the red salmon fishery in Bristol Bay; to maintain unimpaired the scenic beauty and quality of portions of the Alaska Range and the Aleutian Range, including volcanoes, glaciers, wild rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and alpine meadows in their natural state; to protect habitats for and populations of fish and wildlife, including, but not limited to caribou, Dall sheep, brown/grizzly bears, bald eagles, and peregrine falcons.”

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