As Alaskans consider a long-term view or plan for managing the Kenai River, questions arise. Here's the place to have those questions answered, hopefully so that one can then form a coherent view of where Kenai River management should be in, say, 10 or 20 years.
To get the discussion started, here are some questions adapted from another thread:
1) Should we move toward a non-motorized Kenai River?
2) Should such a move be done as a measure to reduce the number of guides, reduce pollution, reduce the number of people period on the river, some other reason, or a combination of the above?
3) Will more restrictions be necessary should the Kenai go to drift only?
4) If the Kenai were to go drift-only, would boat-ferrying traffic change traffic trends on the Sterling Hwy?
5) Will more put-in/take-out access points be considered if the Kenai should move toward drift-only?