The Izembek National Wildlife Refuge encompasses nearly 500,000 acres and several lagoons, which contain some of the largest eel grass beds in the world.
What does INWR stand for?
INWR stands for Izembek National Wildlife Refuge (US FWS; Alaska)
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Another authorizes a new road through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska for use by residents of a nearby village in case of medical emergencies.
We would prefer the bill didn’t allow Alaska to build a road through its Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, but at least that state agreed to transfer more than 61,000 acres to the federal government in exchange for that easement.