The Sitka Conservation Society and U.S. Forest Service are holding meetings this week on two wilderness areas near Wrangell and Petersburg.
The conservation group is hoping to hear observations on use and conditions in the Stikine-Leconte wilderness near Wrangell and the Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck wilderness on Kupreanof Island near Petersburg.

A waterfall on Portage Mountain in the Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck wilderness on Kupreanof Island. (KFSK file photo)

A waterfall on Portage Mountain in the Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck wilderness on Kupreanof Island. (KFSK file photo)

Joe Viechnicki spoke with Sitka Conservation wilderness fellow Adam Andis about the meetings.
Those sessions are Wednesday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nolan Center in Wrangell and Thursday, June 30 at 5 p.m. at the Petersburg Public Library. If you can’t make the meetings but want to offer input email adam@sitkawild.org
Castle Mountain on the Stikine River near Wrangell (KFSK file photo)

Castle Mountain on the Stikine River near Wrangell (KFSK file photo)