Editor's note: A previous version of this story listed the River Ranch property as being homesteaded by Eugene and Della Hansen. It was not. Glen and Bertha Moore homesteaded the property, which the Hansen's later purchased.
It is logical and necessary for the biological health of the Kenai River to use only four-stroke or DFI (direct fuel injection) engines and eventually exclude two-stroke engines. However, if one reviews carefully the revised "Oasis Study" of April 26, 2007, that evaluates the TAH (total aromatic hydrocarbons) load from 35 horsepower and 50 horsepower four-stroke engines, it becomes apparent that there will be more TAH placed in the Kenai River with the horsepower increase.
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