A recent report by the governor-appointed Alaska Timber Jobs Task Force calls for the construction of more logging roads, the expansion and extension of state forests and the transfer of 2 million acres from federal to state hands.
Staff Reports of Outdoors news
The Lake Dorothy Hydro project must be found consistent with standards of the Alaska Coastal Management Program before the following state and federal authorizations may be issued.
Juneau sport fishermen are feeling stranded over a land exchange at Point Bridget State Park that's in the works between a Bible camp and the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
Amy Kay Snider's March 1 My Turn had several incorrect and misleading statements about the recently constructed Bostwick Road on Gravina Island. We would like to make sure your readers are aware of the facts.
PALMER - The Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Agriculture is seeking applications for three grants, one designed for teachers and the other two targeting agricultural producers...
Today, July 27
The long-pending snowmobile access trail in Lemon Creek may be getting closer to fruition. The Juneau Blackerby Ridge Organization, or JBRO, is applying for two state grants that, if approved, could allow construction to begin this spring.
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry along with the Community Forestry Program have announced two classes that will focus on pruning and planting trees from...
KETCHIKAN - The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation will host a public scoping meeting in Ketchikan at 7 p.m. on Dec. 9 at the Ted Ferry Civic Center to introduce the Totem Bight State Historical Park Master Development Plan. A general overview of the plan, goals and objectives, and general timeline will be presented. Participants will be given the opportunity to ask questions, discuss concerns and submit comments.
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