Have some friends caribou hunting south of the Denali Highway. They have been stranded by high water for days now, and are running low on food, potable water, and fuel for their machines. Troopers won't help because they have food to survive on (caribou), but they are stuck until the water recedes enough to cross back out. I'm not real familiar with the area, but they are across Butte Creek. Not sure if it's navigable by river boat, but that may be an option to ferry stuff out. Right now they could really use fresh food and water.
If anyone has ideas or knows the area, let me know. We're talking about trying to organize an air-drop of essentials if we can work it out. A water filter, staple food items, and fuel are their big concerns. There was already one hunter in another party swept away and presumed drowned, so the situation is pretty serious.