Beach clean-up process underway
The large sockeye salmon run brought scores of Alaskan residents to the beaches of Kenai in order to access the dipnet personal use fisheries. Most of those who made the trip came away with their allotment of fish. However, the increased traffic took a toll on the beaches.
With a large amount of people in a confined area, there is a risk of environmental and social issues, Kenai Parks and Recreation Director Bob Frates said.
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