West Susitna Access
for All Alaskans

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We support a road. A road built the right way. It must provide public access for recreation, jobs, and resources for the benefit of all Alaskans.

Access To
Good Jobs

Access To
Recreation

Access To State
Resources

Friends of West Susitna is an independent grassroots organization whose mission is to advocate for year-round road access to lands and resources west of the Susitna River.

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We live in the last frontier, a state with vast resources but many times a lack of access to those rich resources.  ALL Alaskans should have access to Alaska's resources for mining, fishing or recreational purposes.

Colleen Sullivan-Leonard

I was born in Alaska and have lived my entire life in the Skwentna River Valley. I believe that if the West Susitna Access Road is built and managed properly, it will provide jobs, opportunity and access to many Alaskans.

Calvin Flanigan

We had an airplane for many years so I got to see and do a lot of things in this great land that many people have not. This is why I absolutely support the West Susitna Access Road - so that many more Alaskans can finally experience the most beautiful areas of our state.

Christy Moore
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Cindi Herman

Skwentna

65-year resident of Alaska and long-time operator of a remote lodge in Skwentna

Calvin Flanigan

Skwentna

Assistant big game guide, bear guard, trapper, and year-round Skwentna area resident

Rod Arno

Palmer

Policy Director and Former Executive Director of Alaska Outdoor Council and wilderness guide

Mark Tope

Wasilla

MatSu trucking business owner and pilot

John Lamborn

Wasilla

Former exploration geologist & MatSu business owner

Christy Moore

Anchorage

Former musher and organizer of Iditaski and Iditasport events; Alexander Lake area property owner

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers accepts West Susitna’s permit application

Friends of West Susitna Applauds the USACE Acceptance of West Susitna Access Project’s Permit Application

Alaska Outdoor Council Endorsement

Press Release

West Susitna Access Project Moves Forward in the Public Process

Thoughtful Thursday: Access for All Alaskans

Friday Fact Check: Anti-Development Hypocrisy Runs Deep

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