Erosion Report Pinpoints Danger Areas

House Damaged by Matanuska River Bank Erosion. Photo courtesy USGS.

Landowners who have property along the Matanuska River have the U.S. Geological Survey to thank for new information detailing the places most prone to erosion. A new report maps where the river is likely to do damage. And that could help the Matanuska Sustina Borough determine where future erosion may occur.

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