Improving federal management of lands on Admiralty Island, Alaska

report (to accompany H.R. 2596)
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Wilderness areas -- Law and legislation -- Alaska, Natural monuments -- Law and legislation -- Alaska, Admiralty Island (Al
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Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.]. Get this from a library. Improving federal management of lands on Admiralty Island, Alaska: report (to accompany H.R.

) (including the cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). [United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.].

Federal Land The federal government is still the largest landowner in Alaska with 60% of the total area ( million acres). This acreage includes national parks, wildlife refuges, national forests, military reservations and the North Slope National Petroleum Reserve.

More than a dozen federal agencies manage federal lands in Size: 20KB. Admiralty Island accounts for approximately 10 percent of Alaska's population of brown bears.

While bears outnumber people, bald eagles outnumber bears and provide one of the more outstanding features of Admiralty Island--an estimated 2, reside on Admiralty Island--more than all bald eagles known to exist in the remainder of the United States.

Reviews each of Alaska's national interest land selections (D -2 lands), outlining their location, size and access and briefly describing special attractions. Contemporary color photographs depict as no other medium can the grandeur of Alaska's national interest lands. pages.4/5(1).

Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Bureau of Land Management - Alaska, Anchorage, AK. 17K likes. This is the official Facebook page of BLM Alaska. If you're looking for the official source of information about the BLM visit: Followers: 18K.

The final rule for Start Printed Page Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska, Subparts A, B, and C (57 FRpublished ) implemented the Federal Subsistence Management Program and included a framework for an annual cycle for subsistence hunting and fishing regulations.

The state and federal governments own the bulk of Alaska’s public lands, and large tracts of public land are open to hunting. These include some of the land in National Preserves administered by the U.S.

Department of Interior/National Park Service and nearly all National Wildlife Refuge, National Forest, and Bureau of Land Management lands. Admiralty Island a island in Alaska. Details. Getting There.

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About 96 miles long. History Named in by Captain Vancouver (, v. 3, p. ), RN. 5 Federal Laws Affecting Alaska Lands and Resources. select a total ofacres of Federal lands.2’ It also confirms previous grants to the territory of Alaska and transfers certain Fed-eral lands Improving federal management of lands on Admiralty Island buildings to the State.

Exten-sion of the Submerged Lands Act of gave Alaska title to from 35 million to   "May " One of the current issues of land use planning in Alaska is focalized on the distribution patterns of land ownership and related management philosophies, particularly on these lands to be retained in the Federal ownership.

ADMIRALTY BARANOF ISLAND ISLAND ISLAND ALASKA VICINITY MAP Location of Northern Southeast Planning Area Region boundary Area boundary Areas excluded from Northern Southeast Area Plan 5/7/03 NORTH Southern Region: ADMIRALTY ISLAND AREA Southern Region: eril ait enakee Strait eshwater Bay Mansfield eninsula Consult Chapter 3 File Size: KB.

Under Title VIII of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) (16 U.S.C. ), the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture (Secretaries) jointly implement the Federal Subsistence Management Program (Program).

This program provides a preference for take of fish and wildlife resources for subsistence. The Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of providedacres of new national parklands in Alaska; the addition of 53, acres to the National Wildlife Refuge System; twenty-five wild and scenic rivers, with twelve more to be studied for that designation; establishment of Misty Fjords and Admiralty Island.

Funter Bay, Alaska Phone (September to May): () () Phone (June through August): () () EMail: [email protected] Only 17 air miles from Juneau, but a world away, lies Funter Bay, one of the largest protected anchorages on the west coast of Admiralty Island. Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States government publications" See other formats.

The land-use plans BLM develops with the public’s help are called Resource Management Plans (RMPs). These plans have three main uses and form the basis for every on-the-ground action the BLM takes to meet the multiple-use and long-term needs of your public lands.

Plans are created for areas of public lands that tend to have similar resource characteristics, and they typically. Private access for any purpose, including economic development, to lands within the boundaries of the Special Management Area which are owned by third parties or are held in trust by the Secretary for third parties pursuant to the Alaska Native Allotment Act (25 U.S.C.

Such rights may be subject to restrictions issued by the BLM to. Kootznoowoo, Inc. (pronounced: Kootz' new woo) is a private corporation created through the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) of as a Village Corporation for Angoon, Alaska on Admiralty Island.

Kootznoowoo is the Tlingit name for Admiralty Island. increase collaboration among Federal, State, Alaska Native, and rural organizations. The Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program is a collaborative, interagency, interdisciplinary approach to enhance fisheries research and data in Alaska and effectively communicate information needed for subsistence fisheries management on Federal public lands.

Federal control of lands within states has long been a source of contention between states and the federal government. Prior to the adoption of the Constitution, there were few provisions in law that allowed for direct federal control of lands within states. The Alaska Public Lands Information Center in Anchorage (known as AAPLIC or the Anchorage Alaska Center) is located in leased space in the Historic Federal Building in downtown Anchorage at the corner of “F” Street and 4th Avenue.

The Anchorage Alaska Center is administered by an NPS director who oversees a full-time permanent staff of one. Orders Affecting Public Lands In Alaska Reference Date Order No Serial No Action Acres X-Reference Numbers Fed Reg/Stat 27 10/24/ EO AA Rev Part EO ofFort St.

Michael; Reduced to Include St. Michael Island & All Other Land Within mile Radius of the Flagstaff. AMR, Fort St. Michael. BLM Alaska manages more surface and subsurface acres than any other state with BLM-managed lands.

This includes approximately 72 million surface acres and million subsurface acres (Federal mineral estate) in a state with a landmass equivalent to about one-fifth of the entire contiguous United States.

Federally Protected Areas of Alaska show list info This is a list of lands under federal protection in the U.S.

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state of Alaska: included here are 8 national parks, 2 national historical parks, 5 national monuments, 3 national preserves, 2 national forests, and 16 national wildlife refuges. Recent actions by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Alaska have the potential to change dramatically the control and management of vast areas.

Tomkins had issued opinion M, an analysis of the effects of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, and the Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar on the Secretary of the lnterior’s authority to accept land in trust in Alaska under the Indian Reorganization Act.

Land use -- Alaska. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Land use; Land use -- United States; Alaska; Narrower terms: Public lands -- Alaska; School lands.

with the State members having veto authority over management poli-cies for State lands and the Federal members over Federal lands.

H.R. 39, as passed by the House inprovided for creation of a commission which has an advisory role only, no land classification authority. It authorized the Federal land management agencies to. ANCSA Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. ANILCA Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act. AO Authorized Officer (Current AO for the SAP is Stacie McIntosh, Manager.

of the Arctic Office) BLM Bureau of Land Management. BMP Best Management Practice: a rule or standard required of industry. CAH Central Arctic Caribou Herd.Federal Lands in Alaska Ivan L. Ascott" I. INTRODUCTION Alaska is the largest state in the Union.1 At over million acres, it is one-fifth as large as the contiguous forty-eight states.2 Alaska also has a proportionately large share of federal land within its borders.3 The U.S.

government owns million acres in Alaska.Across Alaska, million acres of federal land were leased for crude oil and natural gas development in fiscal year Roughly 26 percent of the land owned by the federal government across the United States can be leased to private individuals and companies for energy development, including crude oil and natural gas drilling, solar energy operations, and .