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Land Use


The area encompassed by NMWT is vast, stretching over 250 miles from the headwaters of the Mulchatna River at the base of the Alaska Range in the east, Bristol Bay in the south, to the edge of the Bering Sea in the west. Within this 7 million-acre region are the major watersheds of the Nushagak, Wood, Snake, Togiak, Goodnews and Kanektok Rivers. Included also are the 1.6 million-acre Wood-Tikchik State Park (the nation’s largest state park), and the 4.8 million-acre Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Interspersed throughout this area are approximately 1.4 million acres of land owned by Alaska Native corporations or individuals.

Also view:
interactive landsat map of NMWT

land status map of the Nushagak River Drainage

land status map of Wood-Tikchik State Park