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96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Title VII--National Wilderness Preservation System; DESIGNATION OF WILDERNESS WITHIN NATIONAL FOREST SYSTEM; Sec. 703(b) Forest Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Mechanized Equipment
Wilderness(es): Kootznoowoo Wilderness
Text: (b) Existing mechanized portage equipment located at the head of Semour Canal on Admiralty Island may continue to be used.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Title VIII--SUBSISTENCE MANAGEMENT AND USE FINDINGS POLICY; Sec. 802(1-2) Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: It is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress that— (l) consistent with sound management principles, and the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, the utilization of the public lands in Alaska is to cause the least adverse impact possible on rural residents who depend upon subsistence uses of the resources of such lands; consistent with management of fish and wildlife in accordance with recognized scientific principles and the purposes for each unit established, designated, or expanded by or pursuant to titles II through VII of this Act, the purpose of this title is to provide the opportunity for rural residents engaged in a subsistence way of life to do so; (2) nonwasteful subsistence uses of fish and wildlife and other renewable resources shall be the priority consumptive uses of all such resources on the public lands of Alaska when it is necessary to restrict taking in order to assure the continued viability of a fish or wildlife population or the continuation of subsistence uses of such population, the taking of such population for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be given preference on the public lands over other consumptive uses; and
Additional Notes: DEFINITIONS SEC. 803. As used in this Act, the term "subsistence uses" means the customary and traditional uses by rural Alaska residents of wild renewable resources for direct personal or family consumption as food, shelter, fuel, clothing, tools, or transportation; for the making and selling of handicraft articles out of nonedible byproducts of fish and wildlife resources taken for personal or family consumption, for barter, or sharing for personal or family consumption- and for customary trade. For the purposes of this section, the term— (l) "family" means all persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption, or any person living within the household on a permanent basis; and (2) "barter" means the exchange of fish or wildlife or their parts, taken for subsistence uses— (A) for other fish or game or their parts; or (B) for other food or for nonedible items other than money if the exchange is of a limited and noncommercial nature.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Title VIII--SUBSISTENCE MANAGEMENT AND USE FINDINGS POLICY; Sec. 802(1-2) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: It is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress that— (l) consistent with sound management principles, and the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, the utilization of the public lands in Alaska is to cause the least adverse impact possible on rural residents who depend upon subsistence uses of the resources of such lands; consistent with management of fish and wildlife in accordance with recognized scientific principles and the purposes for each unit established, designated, or expanded by or pursuant to titles II through VII of this Act, the purpose of this title is to provide the opportunity for rural residents engaged in a subsistence way of life to do so; (2) nonwasteful subsistence uses of fish and wildlife and other renewable resources shall be the priority consumptive uses of all such resources on the public lands of Alaska when it is necessary to restrict taking in order to assure the continued viability of a fish or wildlife population or the continuation of subsistence uses of such population, the taking of such population for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be given preference on the public lands over other consumptive uses; and
Additional Notes: DEFINITIONS SEC. 803. As used in this Act, the term "subsistence uses" means the customary and traditional uses by rural Alaska residents of wild renewable resources for direct personal or family consumption as food, shelter, fuel, clothing, tools, or transportation; for the making and selling of handicraft articles out of nonedible byproducts of fish and wildlife resources taken for personal or family consumption, for barter, or sharing for personal or family consumption- and for customary trade. For the purposes of this section, the term— (l) "family" means all persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption, or any person living within the household on a permanent basis; and (2) "barter" means the exchange of fish or wildlife or their parts, taken for subsistence uses— (A) for other fish or game or their parts; or (B) for other food or for nonedible items other than money if the exchange is of a limited and noncommercial nature.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Title VIII--SUBSISTENCE MANAGEMENT AND USE FINDINGS POLICY; Sec. 802(1-2) National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: It is hereby declared to be the policy of Congress that— (l) consistent with sound management principles, and the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, the utilization of the public lands in Alaska is to cause the least adverse impact possible on rural residents who depend upon subsistence uses of the resources of such lands; consistent with management of fish and wildlife in accordance with recognized scientific principles and the purposes for each unit established, designated, or expanded by or pursuant to titles II through VII of this Act, the purpose of this title is to provide the opportunity for rural residents engaged in a subsistence way of life to do so; (2) nonwasteful subsistence uses of fish and wildlife and other renewable resources shall be the priority consumptive uses of all such resources on the public lands of Alaska when it is necessary to restrict taking in order to assure the continued viability of a fish or wildlife population or the continuation of subsistence uses of such population, the taking of such population for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be given preference on the public lands over other consumptive uses; and
Additional Notes: DEFINITIONS SEC. 803. As used in this Act, the term "subsistence uses" means the customary and traditional uses by rural Alaska residents of wild renewable resources for direct personal or family consumption as food, shelter, fuel, clothing, tools, or transportation; for the making and selling of handicraft articles out of nonedible byproducts of fish and wildlife resources taken for personal or family consumption, for barter, or sharing for personal or family consumption- and for customary trade. For the purposes of this section, the term— (l) "family" means all persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption, or any person living within the household on a permanent basis; and (2) "barter" means the exchange of fish or wildlife or their parts, taken for subsistence uses— (A) for other fish or game or their parts; or (B) for other food or for nonedible items other than money if the exchange is of a limited and noncommercial nature.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 802(3) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (3) except as otherwise provided by this Act or other Federal laws, Federal land managing agencies, in managing subsistence activities on the public lands and in protecting the continued viability of all wild renewable resources in Alaska, shall cooperate with adjacent landowners and land managers, including Native Corporations, appropriate State and Federal agencies and other nations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 802(3) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (3) except as otherwise provided by this Act or other Federal laws, Federal land managing agencies, in managing subsistence activities on the public lands and in protecting the continued viability of all wild renewable resources in Alaska, shall cooperate with adjacent landowners and land managers, including Native Corporations, appropriate State and Federal agencies and other nations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 802(3) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (3) except as otherwise provided by this Act or other Federal laws, Federal land managing agencies, in managing subsistence activities on the public lands and in protecting the continued viability of all wild renewable resources in Alaska, shall cooperate with adjacent landowners and land managers, including Native Corporations, appropriate State and Federal agencies and other nations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PREFERENCE FOR SUBSISTENCE USES; Sec. 804. Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: Except as otherwise provided in this Act and other Federal laws, the taking on public lands of fish and wildlife for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be accorded priority over the taking on such lands of fish and wildlife for other purposes. Whenever it is necessary to restrict the taking of populations of fish and wildlife on such lands for subsistence uses in order to protect the continued viability of such populations, or to continue such uses, such priority shall be implemented through appropriate limitations based on the application of the following criteria: (l) customary and direct dependence upon the populations as the mainstay of livelihood; (2) local residency; and (3) the availability of alternative resources.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PREFERENCE FOR SUBSISTENCE USES; Sec. 804. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: Except as otherwise provided in this Act and other Federal laws, the taking on public lands of fish and wildlife for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be accorded priority over the taking on such lands of fish and wildlife for other purposes. Whenever it is necessary to restrict the taking of populations of fish and wildlife on such lands for subsistence uses in order to protect the continued viability of such populations, or to continue such uses, such priority shall be implemented through appropriate limitations based on the application of the following criteria: (l) customary and direct dependence upon the populations as the mainstay of livelihood; (2) local residency; and (3) the availability of alternative resources.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PREFERENCE FOR SUBSISTENCE USES; Sec. 804. National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: Except as otherwise provided in this Act and other Federal laws, the taking on public lands of fish and wildlife for nonwasteful subsistence uses shall be accorded priority over the taking on such lands of fish and wildlife for other purposes. Whenever it is necessary to restrict the taking of populations of fish and wildlife on such lands for subsistence uses in order to protect the continued viability of such populations, or to continue such uses, such priority shall be implemented through appropriate limitations based on the application of the following criteria: (l) customary and direct dependence upon the populations as the mainstay of livelihood; (2) local residency; and (3) the availability of alternative resources.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LOCAL AND REGIONAL PARTICIPATION; Sec. 805(c) Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (c) The Secretary, in performing his monitoring responsibility pursuant to section 806 and in the exercise of his closure and other administrative authority over the public lands, shall consider the report and recommendations of the regional advisory councils concerning the taking of fish and wildlife on the public lands within their respective regions for subsistence uses. The Secretary may choose not to follow any recommendation which he determines is not supported by substantial evidence, violates recognized principles of fish and wildlife conservation, or would be detrimental to the satisfaction of subsistence needs. If a recommendation is not adopted by the Secretary, he shall set forth the factual basis and the reasons for his decision.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LOCAL AND REGIONAL PARTICIPATION; Sec. 805(c) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (c) The Secretary, in performing his monitoring responsibility pursuant to section 806 and in the exercise of his closure and other administrative authority over the public lands, shall consider the report and recommendations of the regional advisory councils concerning the taking of fish and wildlife on the public lands within their respective regions for subsistence uses. The Secretary may choose not to follow any recommendation which he determines is not supported by substantial evidence, violates recognized principles of fish and wildlife conservation, or would be detrimental to the satisfaction of subsistence needs. If a recommendation is not adopted by the Secretary, he shall set forth the factual basis and the reasons for his decision.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LOCAL AND REGIONAL PARTICIPATION; Sec. 805(c) National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (c) The Secretary, in performing his monitoring responsibility pursuant to section 806 and in the exercise of his closure and other administrative authority over the public lands, shall consider the report and recommendations of the regional advisory councils concerning the taking of fish and wildlife on the public lands within their respective regions for subsistence uses. The Secretary may choose not to follow any recommendation which he determines is not supported by substantial evidence, violates recognized principles of fish and wildlife conservation, or would be detrimental to the satisfaction of subsistence needs. If a recommendation is not adopted by the Secretary, he shall set forth the factual basis and the reasons for his decision.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act FEDERAL MONITORING; Sec. 806. Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall monitor the provisions by the State of the subsistence preference set forth in section 804 and shall advise the State and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the House of Representatives and the Committees on Energy and Natural Resources and Environment and Public Works of the Senate annually and at such other times as he deems necessary of his views on the effectiveness of the implementation of this title including the State's provision of such preference, any exercise of his closure or other administrative authority to protect subsistence resources or uses, the views of the State, and any recommendations he may have.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act FEDERAL MONITORING; Sec. 806. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall monitor the provisions by the State of the subsistence preference set forth in section 804 and shall advise the State and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the House of Representatives and the Committees on Energy and Natural Resources and Environment and Public Works of the Senate annually and at such other times as he deems necessary of his views on the effectiveness of the implementation of this title including the State's provision of such preference, any exercise of his closure or other administrative authority to protect subsistence resources or uses, the views of the State, and any recommendations he may have.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act FEDERAL MONITORING; Sec. 806. National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall monitor the provisions by the State of the subsistence preference set forth in section 804 and shall advise the State and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the House of Representatives and the Committees on Energy and Natural Resources and Environment and Public Works of the Senate annually and at such other times as he deems necessary of his views on the effectiveness of the implementation of this title including the State's provision of such preference, any exercise of his closure or other administrative authority to protect subsistence resources or uses, the views of the State, and any recommendations he may have.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PARK AND PARK MONUMENT SUBSISTENCE RESOURCE COMMISSIONS; Sec. 808(b-c) National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (b) The Secretary shall promptly implement title program and recommendations submitted to him by each commission unless he finds in writing that such program or recommendations violates recognized principles of wildlife conservation, threatens the conservation of healthy populations of wildlife in the park or park monument, is contrary to the purposes for which the park or park monument is established, or would be detrimental to the satisfaction of subsistence needs of local residents. Upon notification by the Governor, the Secretary shall take no action on a submission of a commission for sixty days during which period he shall consider any proposed changes in the program or recommendations submitted by the commission which the Governor provides him. (c) Pending the implementation of a program under subsection (a) of this section, the Secretary shall permit subsistence uses by local residents in accordance with the provisions of this title and other applicable Federal and State law.
Additional Notes: refers to subsistence resource commissions described in Sec. 808(a)
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS; Sec. 809. Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: The Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements or otherwise cooperate with other Federal agencies, the State. Native Corporations, other appropriate persons and organizations, and acting through the Secretary of State, other nations to effectuate the purposes and policies of this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS; Sec. 809. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: The Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements or otherwise cooperate with other Federal agencies, the State. Native Corporations, other appropriate persons and organizations, and acting through the Secretary of State, other nations to effectuate the purposes and policies of this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS; Sec. 809. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: The Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements or otherwise cooperate with other Federal agencies, the State. Native Corporations, other appropriate persons and organizations, and acting through the Secretary of State, other nations to effectuate the purposes and policies of this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SUBSISTENCE AND LAND USE DECISIONS; Sec. 810(a) Forest Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) In determining whether to withdraw, reserve, lease, or otherwise permit the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands under any provision of law authorizing such actions, the head of the Federal agency having primary jurisdiction over such lands or his designee shall evaluate the effect of such use, occupancy, or disposition on subsistence uses and needs, the availability of other lands for the purposes sought to be achieved, and other alternatives which would reduce or eliminate the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands needed for subsistence purposes. No such withdrawal, reservation, lease, permit, or other use, occupancy or disposition of such lands which would significantly restrict subsistence uses shall be effected until the head of such Federal agency— (1) gives notice to the appropriate State agency and the appropriate local committees and regional councils established pursuant to section 805; (2) gives notice of, and holds, a hearing in the vicinity of the area involved; and (3) determines that (A) such a significant restriction of subsistence uses is necessary, consistent with sound management principles for the utilization of the public lands, (B) the proposed activity will involve the minimal amount of public lands necessary to accomplish the purposes of such use, occupancy, or other disposition, and (C) reasonable steps will be taken to minimize adverse impacts upon subsistence uses and resources resulting from such actions.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SUBSISTENCE AND LAND USE DECISIONS; Sec. 810(a) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) In determining whether to withdraw, reserve, lease, or otherwise permit the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands under any provision of law authorizing such actions, the head of the Federal agency having primary jurisdiction over such lands or his designee shall evaluate the effect of such use, occupancy, or disposition on subsistence uses and needs, the availability of other lands for the purposes sought to be achieved, and other alternatives which would reduce or eliminate the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands needed for subsistence purposes. No such withdrawal, reservation, lease, permit, or other use, occupancy or disposition of such lands which would significantly restrict subsistence uses shall be effected until the head of such Federal agency— (1) gives notice to the appropriate State agency and the appropriate local committees and regional councils established pursuant to section 805; (2) gives notice of, and holds, a hearing in the vicinity of the area involved; and (3) determines that (A) such a significant restriction of subsistence uses is necessary, consistent with sound management principles for the utilization of the public lands, (B) the proposed activity will involve the minimal amount of public lands necessary to accomplish the purposes of such use, occupancy, or other disposition, and (C) reasonable steps will be taken to minimize adverse impacts upon subsistence uses and resources resulting from such actions.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SUBSISTENCE AND LAND USE DECISIONS; Sec. 810(a) National Park Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) In determining whether to withdraw, reserve, lease, or otherwise permit the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands under any provision of law authorizing such actions, the head of the Federal agency having primary jurisdiction over such lands or his designee shall evaluate the effect of such use, occupancy, or disposition on subsistence uses and needs, the availability of other lands for the purposes sought to be achieved, and other alternatives which would reduce or eliminate the use, occupancy, or disposition of public lands needed for subsistence purposes. No such withdrawal, reservation, lease, permit, or other use, occupancy or disposition of such lands which would significantly restrict subsistence uses shall be effected until the head of such Federal agency— (1) gives notice to the appropriate State agency and the appropriate local committees and regional councils established pursuant to section 805; (2) gives notice of, and holds, a hearing in the vicinity of the area involved; and (3) determines that (A) such a significant restriction of subsistence uses is necessary, consistent with sound management principles for the utilization of the public lands, (B) the proposed activity will involve the minimal amount of public lands necessary to accomplish the purposes of such use, occupancy, or other disposition, and (C) reasonable steps will be taken to minimize adverse impacts upon subsistence uses and resources resulting from such actions.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ACCESS; Sec. 811. Forest Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) The Secretary shall ensure that rural residents engaged in subsistence uses shall have reasonable access to subsistence resources on the public lands. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall permit on the public lands appropriate use for subsistence purposes of snowmobiles, motorboats, and other means of surface transportation traditionally employed for such purposes by local residents, subject to reasonable regulation.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ACCESS; Sec. 811. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) The Secretary shall ensure that rural residents engaged in subsistence uses shall have reasonable access to subsistence resources on the public lands. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall permit on the public lands appropriate use for subsistence purposes of snowmobiles, motorboats, and other means of surface transportation traditionally employed for such purposes by local residents, subject to reasonable regulation.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ACCESS; Sec. 811. National Park Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) The Secretary shall ensure that rural residents engaged in subsistence uses shall have reasonable access to subsistence resources on the public lands. (b) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall permit on the public lands appropriate use for subsistence purposes of snowmobiles, motorboats, and other means of surface transportation traditionally employed for such purposes by local residents, subject to reasonable regulation.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RESEARCH; Sec. 812. Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: The Secretary, in cooperation with the State and other appropriate Federal agencies, shall undertake research on fish and wildlife and subsistence uses on the public lands, seek data from, consult with and make use of, the special knowledge of local residents engaged in subsistence uses; and make the results of such research available to the State, the local and regional councils established by the Secretary or State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RESEARCH; Sec. 812. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: The Secretary, in cooperation with the State and other appropriate Federal agencies, shall undertake research on fish and wildlife and subsistence uses on the public lands, seek data from, consult with and make use of, the special knowledge of local residents engaged in subsistence uses; and make the results of such research available to the State, the local and regional councils established by the Secretary or State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RESEARCH; Sec. 812. National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: The Secretary, in cooperation with the State and other appropriate Federal agencies, shall undertake research on fish and wildlife and subsistence uses on the public lands, seek data from, consult with and make use of, the special knowledge of local residents engaged in subsistence uses; and make the results of such research available to the State, the local and regional councils established by the Secretary or State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PERIODIC REPORTS; Sec. 813. Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: Within four years after the date of enactment of this Act and within every three-year period thereafter, the Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall prepare and submit a report to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the implementation of this title. The report shall include— (l) an evaluation of the results of the monitoring undertaken by the Secretary as required by section 806; (2) the status of fish and wildlife populations on public lands that are subject to subsistence uses; (3) a description of the nature and extent of subsistence uses and other uses of fish and wildlife on the public lands; (4) the role of subsistence uses in the economy and culture of rural Alaska; (5) comments on the Secretary's report by the State, the local advisory councils and regional advisory councils established by the Secretary or the State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations- (6) a description of those actions taken, or which may need to be taken in the future, to permit the opportunity for continuation of activities relating to subsistence uses on the public lands; (7) such other recommendations the Secretary deems appropriate. A notice of the report shall be published in the Federal Register and the report shall be made available to the public.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PERIODIC REPORTS; Sec. 813. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: Within four years after the date of enactment of this Act and within every three-year period thereafter, the Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall prepare and submit a report to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the implementation of this title. The report shall include— (l) an evaluation of the results of the monitoring undertaken by the Secretary as required by section 806; (2) the status of fish and wildlife populations on public lands that are subject to subsistence uses; (3) a description of the nature and extent of subsistence uses and other uses of fish and wildlife on the public lands; (4) the role of subsistence uses in the economy and culture of rural Alaska; (5) comments on the Secretary's report by the State, the local advisory councils and regional advisory councils established by the Secretary or the State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations- (6) a description of those actions taken, or which may need to be taken in the future, to permit the opportunity for continuation of activities relating to subsistence uses on the public lands; (7) such other recommendations the Secretary deems appropriate. A notice of the report shall be published in the Federal Register and the report shall be made available to the public.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act PERIODIC REPORTS; Sec. 813. National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: Within four years after the date of enactment of this Act and within every three-year period thereafter, the Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of Agriculture, shall prepare and submit a report to the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the implementation of this title. The report shall include— (l) an evaluation of the results of the monitoring undertaken by the Secretary as required by section 806; (2) the status of fish and wildlife populations on public lands that are subject to subsistence uses; (3) a description of the nature and extent of subsistence uses and other uses of fish and wildlife on the public lands; (4) the role of subsistence uses in the economy and culture of rural Alaska; (5) comments on the Secretary's report by the State, the local advisory councils and regional advisory councils established by the Secretary or the State pursuant to section 805, and other appropriate persons and organizations- (6) a description of those actions taken, or which may need to be taken in the future, to permit the opportunity for continuation of activities relating to subsistence uses on the public lands; (7) such other recommendations the Secretary deems appropriate. A notice of the report shall be published in the Federal Register and the report shall be made available to the public.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REGULATIONS; Sec. 814. Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall prescribe such regulations as are necessary and appropriate to carry out his responsibilities under this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REGULATIONS; Sec. 814. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall prescribe such regulations as are necessary and appropriate to carry out his responsibilities under this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REGULATIONS; Sec. 814. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: The Secretary shall prescribe such regulations as are necessary and appropriate to carry out his responsibilities under this title.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LIMITATIONS, SAVINGS CLAUSES; Sec. 815. Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed as— (l) granting any property right in any fish or wildlife or other resource of the public lands or as permitting the level of subsistence uses of fish and wildlife within a conservation system unit to be inconsistent with the conservation of healthy populations, and within a national park or monument to be inconsistent with the conservation of natural and healthy populations, of fish and wildlife. No privilege which may be granted by the State to any individual with respect to subsistence uses may be assigned to any other individual; (2) permitting any subsistence use of fish and wildlife on any portion of the public lands (whether or not within any conservation system unit) which was permanently closed to such uses on January 1, 1978, or enlarging or diminishing the Secretary's authority to manipulate habitat on any portion of the public lands; (3) authorizing a restriction on the taking of fish and wildlife for nonsubsistence uses on the public lands (other than national parks and park monuments) unless necessary for the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, for the reasons set forth in section 816, to continue subsistence uses of such populations, or pursuant to other applicable law; or (4) modifying or repealing the provisions of any Federal law governing the conservation or protection of fish and wildlife, including the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 927- 16 U.S.C. 668dd-jj), the National Park Service Organic Act (39 Stat. 535,16 U.S.C. 1, 2, 3, 4), the Fur Seal Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 1091, 16 U.S.C. 1187), the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (87 Stat. 884 16 U.S.C. 1531-1543), the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 (86 Stat. 1027; 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407), the Act entitled "An Act for the Protection of the Bald Eagle", approved June 8, 1940 (54 Stat. 250; 16 U.S.C. 742a-754), the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (40 Stat. 755;16 U.S.C. 703-711), the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (50 Stat. 917- 16 U.S.C. 669-669i), the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 331;16 U.S.C. 1801-1882), the Federal 94 STAT. 2430 Aid in Fish Restoration Act (64 Stat. 430; 16 U.S.C. 777-777K), or ally amendments to any one or more of such Acts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LIMITATIONS, SAVINGS CLAUSES; Sec. 815. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed as— (l) granting any property right in any fish or wildlife or other resource of the public lands or as permitting the level of subsistence uses of fish and wildlife within a conservation system unit to be inconsistent with the conservation of healthy populations, and within a national park or monument to be inconsistent with the conservation of natural and healthy populations, of fish and wildlife. No privilege which may be granted by the State to any individual with respect to subsistence uses may be assigned to any other individual; (2) permitting any subsistence use of fish and wildlife on any portion of the public lands (whether or not within any conservation system unit) which was permanently closed to such uses on January 1, 1978, or enlarging or diminishing the Secretary's authority to manipulate habitat on any portion of the public lands; (3) authorizing a restriction on the taking of fish and wildlife for nonsubsistence uses on the public lands (other than national parks and park monuments) unless necessary for the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, for the reasons set forth in section 816, to continue subsistence uses of such populations, or pursuant to other applicable law; or (4) modifying or repealing the provisions of any Federal law governing the conservation or protection of fish and wildlife, including the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 927- 16 U.S.C. 668dd-jj), the National Park Service Organic Act (39 Stat. 535,16 U.S.C. 1, 2, 3, 4), the Fur Seal Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 1091, 16 U.S.C. 1187), the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (87 Stat. 884 16 U.S.C. 1531-1543), the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 (86 Stat. 1027; 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407), the Act entitled "An Act for the Protection of the Bald Eagle", approved June 8, 1940 (54 Stat. 250; 16 U.S.C. 742a-754), the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (40 Stat. 755;16 U.S.C. 703-711), the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (50 Stat. 917- 16 U.S.C. 669-669i), the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 331;16 U.S.C. 1801-1882), the Federal 94 STAT. 2430 Aid in Fish Restoration Act (64 Stat. 430; 16 U.S.C. 777-777K), or ally amendments to any one or more of such Acts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LIMITATIONS, SAVINGS CLAUSES; Sec. 815. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed as— (l) granting any property right in any fish or wildlife or other resource of the public lands or as permitting the level of subsistence uses of fish and wildlife within a conservation system unit to be inconsistent with the conservation of healthy populations, and within a national park or monument to be inconsistent with the conservation of natural and healthy populations, of fish and wildlife. No privilege which may be granted by the State to any individual with respect to subsistence uses may be assigned to any other individual; (2) permitting any subsistence use of fish and wildlife on any portion of the public lands (whether or not within any conservation system unit) which was permanently closed to such uses on January 1, 1978, or enlarging or diminishing the Secretary's authority to manipulate habitat on any portion of the public lands; (3) authorizing a restriction on the taking of fish and wildlife for nonsubsistence uses on the public lands (other than national parks and park monuments) unless necessary for the conservation of healthy populations of fish and wildlife, for the reasons set forth in section 816, to continue subsistence uses of such populations, or pursuant to other applicable law; or (4) modifying or repealing the provisions of any Federal law governing the conservation or protection of fish and wildlife, including the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 927- 16 U.S.C. 668dd-jj), the National Park Service Organic Act (39 Stat. 535,16 U.S.C. 1, 2, 3, 4), the Fur Seal Act of 1966 (80 Stat. 1091, 16 U.S.C. 1187), the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (87 Stat. 884 16 U.S.C. 1531-1543), the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 (86 Stat. 1027; 16 U.S.C. 1361-1407), the Act entitled "An Act for the Protection of the Bald Eagle", approved June 8, 1940 (54 Stat. 250; 16 U.S.C. 742a-754), the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (40 Stat. 755;16 U.S.C. 703-711), the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act (50 Stat. 917- 16 U.S.C. 669-669i), the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 (90 Stat. 331;16 U.S.C. 1801-1882), the Federal 94 STAT. 2430 Aid in Fish Restoration Act (64 Stat. 430; 16 U.S.C. 777-777K), or ally amendments to any one or more of such Acts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RIGHTS-OF-WAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS; Sec. 1107(a) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • "Minimum necessary" Requirements
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • Easements
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary, or the Secretary of Agriculture where national forest wilderness is involved shall include in any right-of-way issued pursuant to an application under this title, terms and conditions which shall include, but not be limited to— (l) requirements to insure that, to the maximum extent feasible the right-of-way is used in a manner compatible with the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit, national recreation area, or national conservation area was established or is managed; (2) requirements for restoration, revegatation, and curtailment of erosion of the surface of the land; (3) requirements to insure that activities in connection with the right-of-way will not violate applicable air and water quality standards and related facility siting standards established pursuant to law; (4) requirements, including the minimum necessary width, designed to control or prevent— (A) damage to the environment (including damage to fish and wildlife habitat), (B) damage to public or private property, and (C) hazards to public health and safety; (5) requirements to protect the interests of individuals living in the general area of the right-of-way who rely on the fish, wildlife and biotic resources of the area for subsistence purposes; and (6) requirements to employ measures to avoid or minimize adverse environmental, social or economic impacts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RIGHTS-OF-WAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS; Sec. 1107(a) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • "Minimum necessary" Requirements
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • Easements
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary, or the Secretary of Agriculture where national forest wilderness is involved shall include in any right-of-way issued pursuant to an application under this title, terms and conditions which shall include, but not be limited to— (l) requirements to insure that, to the maximum extent feasible the right-of-way is used in a manner compatible with the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit, national recreation area, or national conservation area was established or is managed; (2) requirements for restoration, revegatation, and curtailment of erosion of the surface of the land; (3) requirements to insure that activities in connection with the right-of-way will not violate applicable air and water quality standards and related facility siting standards established pursuant to law; (4) requirements, including the minimum necessary width, designed to control or prevent— (A) damage to the environment (including damage to fish and wildlife habitat), (B) damage to public or private property, and (C) hazards to public health and safety; (5) requirements to protect the interests of individuals living in the general area of the right-of-way who rely on the fish, wildlife and biotic resources of the area for subsistence purposes; and (6) requirements to employ measures to avoid or minimize adverse environmental, social or economic impacts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act RIGHTS-OF-WAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS; Sec. 1107(a) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • "Minimum necessary" Requirements
  • Water
  • Water Resources
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Access
  • Easements
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) TERMS AND CONDITIONS.—The Secretary, or the Secretary of Agriculture where national forest wilderness is involved shall include in any right-of-way issued pursuant to an application under this title, terms and conditions which shall include, but not be limited to— (l) requirements to insure that, to the maximum extent feasible the right-of-way is used in a manner compatible with the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit, national recreation area, or national conservation area was established or is managed; (2) requirements for restoration, revegatation, and curtailment of erosion of the surface of the land; (3) requirements to insure that activities in connection with the right-of-way will not violate applicable air and water quality standards and related facility siting standards established pursuant to law; (4) requirements, including the minimum necessary width, designed to control or prevent— (A) damage to the environment (including damage to fish and wildlife habitat), (B) damage to public or private property, and (C) hazards to public health and safety; (5) requirements to protect the interests of individuals living in the general area of the right-of-way who rely on the fish, wildlife and biotic resources of the area for subsistence purposes; and (6) requirements to employ measures to avoid or minimize adverse environmental, social or economic impacts.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act VALID EXISTING RIGHTS; Sec. 1109. Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed to adversely affect any valid existing right of access.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act VALID EXISTING RIGHTS; Sec. 1109. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed to adversely affect any valid existing right of access.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act VALID EXISTING RIGHTS; Sec. 1109. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: Nothing in this title shall be construed to adversely affect any valid existing right of access.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SPECIAL ACCESS AND ACCESS TO INHOLDINGS; Sec. 1110(a) Forest Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Aircraft/Helicopters
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law, the Secretary shall permit, on conservation system units national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and those public lands designated as wilderness study, the use of snowmachines (during periods of adequate snow cover, or frozen river conditions in the case of wild and scenic rivers), motorboats, airplanes, and nonmotorized surface transportation methods for traditional activities (where such activities are permitted by this Act or other law) and for travel to and from villages and homesites. Such use shall be subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of the conservation system units, national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and shall not be prohibited unless, after notice and hearing in the vicinity of the affected unit or area, the Secretary finds that such use would be detrimental to the resource values of the unit or area. Nothing in this section shall be construed as prohibiting the use of other methods of transportation for such travel and activities on conservation system lands where such use is permitted by this Act or other law.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SPECIAL ACCESS AND ACCESS TO INHOLDINGS; Sec. 1110(a) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Aircraft/Helicopters
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law, the Secretary shall permit, on conservation system units national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and those public lands designated as wilderness study, the use of snowmachines (during periods of adequate snow cover, or frozen river conditions in the case of wild and scenic rivers), motorboats, airplanes, and nonmotorized surface transportation methods for traditional activities (where such activities are permitted by this Act or other law) and for travel to and from villages and homesites. Such use shall be subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of the conservation system units, national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and shall not be prohibited unless, after notice and hearing in the vicinity of the affected unit or area, the Secretary finds that such use would be detrimental to the resource values of the unit or area. Nothing in this section shall be construed as prohibiting the use of other methods of transportation for such travel and activities on conservation system lands where such use is permitted by this Act or other law.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act SPECIAL ACCESS AND ACCESS TO INHOLDINGS; Sec. 1110(a) National Park Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Aircraft/Helicopters
  • Motorboats
  • Motorized Vehicles
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law, the Secretary shall permit, on conservation system units national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and those public lands designated as wilderness study, the use of snowmachines (during periods of adequate snow cover, or frozen river conditions in the case of wild and scenic rivers), motorboats, airplanes, and nonmotorized surface transportation methods for traditional activities (where such activities are permitted by this Act or other law) and for travel to and from villages and homesites. Such use shall be subject to reasonable regulations by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of the conservation system units, national recreation areas, and national conservation areas, and shall not be prohibited unless, after notice and hearing in the vicinity of the affected unit or area, the Secretary finds that such use would be detrimental to the resource values of the unit or area. Nothing in this section shall be construed as prohibiting the use of other methods of transportation for such travel and activities on conservation system lands where such use is permitted by this Act or other law.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1110(b) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (b) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act or other law, in any case in which State owned or privately owned land, including subsurface rights of such owners underlying public lands, or a valid mining claim or other valid occupancy is within or is effectively surrounded by one or more conservation system units, national recreation areas, national conservation areas, or those public lands designated as wilderness study, the State or private owner or occupier shall be given by the Secretary such rights as may be necessary to assure adequate and feasible access for economic and other purposes to the concerned land by such State or private owner or occupier and their successors in interest. Such rights shall be subject to reasonable regulations issued by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of such lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1110(b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (b) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act or other law, in any case in which State owned or privately owned land, including subsurface rights of such owners underlying public lands, or a valid mining claim or other valid occupancy is within or is effectively surrounded by one or more conservation system units, national recreation areas, national conservation areas, or those public lands designated as wilderness study, the State or private owner or occupier shall be given by the Secretary such rights as may be necessary to assure adequate and feasible access for economic and other purposes to the concerned land by such State or private owner or occupier and their successors in interest. Such rights shall be subject to reasonable regulations issued by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of such lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1110(b) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Mining
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (b) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Act or other law, in any case in which State owned or privately owned land, including subsurface rights of such owners underlying public lands, or a valid mining claim or other valid occupancy is within or is effectively surrounded by one or more conservation system units, national recreation areas, national conservation areas, or those public lands designated as wilderness study, the State or private owner or occupier shall be given by the Secretary such rights as may be necessary to assure adequate and feasible access for economic and other purposes to the concerned land by such State or private owner or occupier and their successors in interest. Such rights shall be subject to reasonable regulations issued by the Secretary to protect the natural and other values of such lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act TEMPORARY ACCESS; Sec. 1111(a-b) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall authorize and permit temporary access by the State or a private landowner to or across any conservation system unit, national recreation area, national conservation area, the National Petroleum Reserve—Alaska or those public lands designated as wilderness study or managed to maintain the wilderness character or potential thereof, in order to permit the State or private landowner access to its land for purposes of survey geophysical, exploratory, or other temporary uses thereof whenever he determines such access will not result in permanent harm to the resources of such unit, area, Reserve or lands. (b) STIPULATIONS AND CONDITIONS.— In providing temporary access pursuant to subsection (a), the Secretary may include such stipulations and conditions he deems necessary to insure that the private use of public lands is accomplished in a manner that is not inconsistent with the purposes for which the public lands are reserved and which insures that no permanent harm will result to the resources of the unit, area, Reserve or lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act TEMPORARY ACCESS; Sec. 1111(a-b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall authorize and permit temporary access by the State or a private landowner to or across any conservation system unit, national recreation area, national conservation area, the National Petroleum Reserve—Alaska or those public lands designated as wilderness study or managed to maintain the wilderness character or potential thereof, in order to permit the State or private landowner access to its land for purposes of survey geophysical, exploratory, or other temporary uses thereof whenever he determines such access will not result in permanent harm to the resources of such unit, area, Reserve or lands. (b) STIPULATIONS AND CONDITIONS.— In providing temporary access pursuant to subsection (a), the Secretary may include such stipulations and conditions he deems necessary to insure that the private use of public lands is accomplished in a manner that is not inconsistent with the purposes for which the public lands are reserved and which insures that no permanent harm will result to the resources of the unit, area, Reserve or lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act TEMPORARY ACCESS; Sec. 1111(a-b) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act or other law the Secretary shall authorize and permit temporary access by the State or a private landowner to or across any conservation system unit, national recreation area, national conservation area, the National Petroleum Reserve—Alaska or those public lands designated as wilderness study or managed to maintain the wilderness character or potential thereof, in order to permit the State or private landowner access to its land for purposes of survey geophysical, exploratory, or other temporary uses thereof whenever he determines such access will not result in permanent harm to the resources of such unit, area, Reserve or lands. (b) STIPULATIONS AND CONDITIONS.— In providing temporary access pursuant to subsection (a), the Secretary may include such stipulations and conditions he deems necessary to insure that the private use of public lands is accomplished in a manner that is not inconsistent with the purposes for which the public lands are reserved and which insures that no permanent harm will result to the resources of the unit, area, Reserve or lands.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Title XIII--ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS MANAGEMENT PLANS; Sec. 1301(a-b)(1-2) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
  • Planning
  • Wildlife Management
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) Within five years from the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop and transmit to the appropriate Committees of the Congress a conservation and management plan for each of the units of the National Park System established or to which additions are made by this Act. (b) NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PLAN REQUIREMENTS.— Each plan for a unit established, redesignated, or expanded by title II shall identify management practices which will carry out the policies of this Act and will accomplish the purposes for which the concerned National Park System unit was established or expanded and shall include at least the following: (l) Maps indicating areas of particular importance as to wilderness, natural, historical, wildlife, cultural, archeological, paleotological, geological, recreational, and similar resources and also indicating the areas into which such unit will be divided for administrative purposes. (2) A description of the programs and methods that will be employed to manage fish and wildlife resources and habitats, cultural, geological, recreational, and wilderness resources, and how each conservation system unit will contribute to overall resources management goals of that region. Such programs should include research, protection, restoration, development, and interpretation as appropriate.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(3) National Park Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Recreation Services
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (3) A description of any areas of potential or proposed development, indicating types of visitor services and facilities to be provided, the estimated costs of such services and facilities, and whether or not such services and facilities could and should be provided outside the boundaries of such unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(4) National Park Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (4) A plan for access to, and circulation within, such unit, indicating the type and location of transportation routes and facilities, if any.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(5) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (5) A description of the programs and methods which the Secretary plans to use for the purposes of (A) encouraging the recognition and protection of the culture and history of the individuals residing, on the date of the enactment of this Act, in such unit and areas in the vicinity of such unit, and (B) providing and encouraging employment of such individuals.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(6) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (6) A plan for acquiring land with respect to such unit including proposed modifications in the boundaries of such unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(7) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (7) A description (A) of privately owned areas, if any, which are within such unit, (B) of activities carried out in, or proposed for such areas, (C) of the present and potential effects of such activities on such unit, (D) of the purposes for which such areas are used, and (E) of methods (such as cooperative agreements and issuance or enforcement of regulations) of controlling the use of such activities to carry out the policies of this Act and the purposes for which such unit is established or expanded.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1301(b)(8) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Buffer Zones
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (8) A plan indicating the relationship between the management of such unit and activities being carried out in, or proposed for, surrounding areas and also indicating cooperative agreements which could and should be entered into for the purpose of improving such management.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LAND ACQUISITION AUTHORITY; Sec. 1302(a-b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) GENERAL AUTHORITY.—Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the Secretary is authorized, consistent with other applicable law in order to carry out the purposes of this Act, to acquire by purchase, donation, exchange, or otherwise any lands within the boundaries of any conservation system unit other than National Forest Wilderness. (b) RESTRICTIONS.—Lands located within the boundaries of a conservation system unit which are owned by— (A) the State or a political subdivision of the State- (B) a Native Corporation or Native Group which has Natives as a majority of its stockholders; (C) the actual occupant of a tract, title to the surface estate of which was on, before, or after the date of enactment of this Act conveyed to such occupant pursuant to subsections 14(c)(1) and 149(h)(5) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 14(c)(1) and Secretary determines that the tract is no longer occupied for the purpose described in subsections 14(c)(1) or 14(h)(5) for which the tract was conveyed and that activities on the tract are or will be detrimental to the purposes of the unit in which the tract is located; or (D) a spouse or lineal descendant of the actual occupant of a tract described in subparagraph (C), unless the Secretary determines that activities on the tract are or will be detrimental to the purposes of the unit in which the tract is located—may not be acquired by the Secretary without the consent of the owner.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act LAND ACQUISITION AUTHORITY; Sec. 1302(a-b) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) GENERAL AUTHORITY.—Except as provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, the Secretary is authorized, consistent with other applicable law in order to carry out the purposes of this Act, to acquire by purchase, donation, exchange, or otherwise any lands within the boundaries of any conservation system unit other than National Forest Wilderness. (b) RESTRICTIONS.—Lands located within the boundaries of a conservation system unit which are owned by— (A) the State or a political subdivision of the State- (B) a Native Corporation or Native Group which has Natives as a majority of its stockholders; (C) the actual occupant of a tract, title to the surface estate of which was on, before, or after the date of enactment of this Act conveyed to such occupant pursuant to subsections 14(c)(1) and 149(h)(5) of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act 14(c)(1) and Secretary determines that the tract is no longer occupied for the purpose described in subsections 14(c)(1) or 14(h)(5) for which the tract was conveyed and that activities on the tract are or will be detrimental to the purposes of the unit in which the tract is located; or (D) a spouse or lineal descendant of the actual occupant of a tract described in subparagraph (C), unless the Secretary determines that activities on the tract are or will be detrimental to the purposes of the unit in which the tract is located—may not be acquired by the Secretary without the consent of the owner.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(c) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (c) EXCHANGES.—Lands located within the boundaries of a conservation system unit (other than National Forest Wilderness) which are owned by persons or entities other than those described in subsection (b) of this section shall not be acquired by the Secretary without the consent of the owner unless prior to final judgment on the value of the acquired land, the owner, after being offered appropriate land of similar characteristics and like value (if such land is available from public lands located outside the boundaries of any conservation system unit), chooses not to accept the exchange. In identifying public lands for exchange pursuant to this subsection, the Secretary shall consult with the Alaska Land Use Council.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(c) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (c) EXCHANGES.—Lands located within the boundaries of a conservation system unit (other than National Forest Wilderness) which are owned by persons or entities other than those described in subsection (b) of this section shall not be acquired by the Secretary without the consent of the owner unless prior to final judgment on the value of the acquired land, the owner, after being offered appropriate land of similar characteristics and like value (if such land is available from public lands located outside the boundaries of any conservation system unit), chooses not to accept the exchange. In identifying public lands for exchange pursuant to this subsection, the Secretary shall consult with the Alaska Land Use Council.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(d) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (d) IMPROVED PROPERTY.—No improved property shall be acquired under subsection (a) without the consent of the owner unless the Secretary first determines that such acquisition is necessary to the purposes for which the concerned conservation system unit was established or expanded.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(d) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (d) IMPROVED PROPERTY.—No improved property shall be acquired under subsection (a) without the consent of the owner unless the Secretary first determines that such acquisition is necessary to the purposes for which the concerned conservation system unit was established or expanded.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(e) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (e) RETAINED RIGHTS.—The owner of an improved property on the for himself, his heirs and assigns, a right of use and occupancy of the improved property for noncommercial residential or recreational purposes, as the case may be, for a definite term of not more than twenty-five years, or in lieu thereof, for a term ending at the death of the owner or the death of his spouse, whichever is later. The owner shall elect the term to be reserved. Unless the property is wholly or partially donated, the Secretary shall pay to the owner the fair market value of the owner's interest in the property on the date of its acquisition, less the fair market value on that date of the right retained by the owner. A right retained by the owner pursuant to this section shall be subject to termination by the Secretary upon his determination that such right is being exercised in a manner inconsistent with the purposes of this Act, and it shall terminate by operation of law upon notification by the Secretary to the holder of the right of such determination and tendering to him the amount equal to the fair market value of that portion which remains unexpired.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(e) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
  • Pre-existing Uses/Rights/ Laws
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (e) RETAINED RIGHTS.—The owner of an improved property on the for himself, his heirs and assigns, a right of use and occupancy of the improved property for noncommercial residential or recreational purposes, as the case may be, for a definite term of not more than twenty-five years, or in lieu thereof, for a term ending at the death of the owner or the death of his spouse, whichever is later. The owner shall elect the term to be reserved. Unless the property is wholly or partially donated, the Secretary shall pay to the owner the fair market value of the owner's interest in the property on the date of its acquisition, less the fair market value on that date of the right retained by the owner. A right retained by the owner pursuant to this section shall be subject to termination by the Secretary upon his determination that such right is being exercised in a manner inconsistent with the purposes of this Act, and it shall terminate by operation of law upon notification by the Secretary to the holder of the right of such determination and tendering to him the amount equal to the fair market value of that portion which remains unexpired.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(f) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (f) DEFINITION.— For the purposes of this section, the term "Improved "improved property" means- (l) a detached single family dwelling, the construction of which was begun before January 1,1980 (hereinafter referred to as the "dwelling"), together with the land on which the dwelling is situated to the extent that such land— (A) is in the same ownership as the dwelling or is Federal land on which entry was legal and proper, and (B) is designated by the Secretary to be necessary for the enjoyment of the dwelling for the sole purpose of noncommercial residential use, together with any structures necessary to the dwelling which are situated on the land so designated, or (2) property developed for noncommercial recreational uses together with any structures accessory thereto which were so used on or before January 1,1980, to the extent that entry onto such property was legal and proper. In determining when and to what extent a property is to be considered an "improved property", the Secretary shall take into consideration the manner of use of such buildings and lands prior to January 1 1980, and shall designate such lands as are reasonably necessary for the continued enjoyment of the property in the same manner and to the same extent as existed before such date.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(f) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (f) DEFINITION.— For the purposes of this section, the term "Improved "improved property" means- (l) a detached single family dwelling, the construction of which was begun before January 1,1980 (hereinafter referred to as the "dwelling"), together with the land on which the dwelling is situated to the extent that such land— (A) is in the same ownership as the dwelling or is Federal land on which entry was legal and proper, and (B) is designated by the Secretary to be necessary for the enjoyment of the dwelling for the sole purpose of noncommercial residential use, together with any structures necessary to the dwelling which are situated on the land so designated, or (2) property developed for noncommercial recreational uses together with any structures accessory thereto which were so used on or before January 1,1980, to the extent that entry onto such property was legal and proper. In determining when and to what extent a property is to be considered an "improved property", the Secretary shall take into consideration the manner of use of such buildings and lands prior to January 1 1980, and shall designate such lands as are reasonably necessary for the continued enjoyment of the property in the same manner and to the same extent as existed before such date.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(g) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (g) CONSIDERATION OF HARDSHIP.— The Secretary shall give prompt and careful consideration to any offer made by the owner of any property within a Conservation system unit to sell such property if such owner notifies the Secretary that the continued ownership is causing, or would result in, undue hardship.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(g) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Inholdings
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (g) CONSIDERATION OF HARDSHIP.— The Secretary shall give prompt and careful consideration to any offer made by the owner of any property within a Conservation system unit to sell such property if such owner notifies the Secretary that the continued ownership is causing, or would result in, undue hardship.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(h) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (h) EXCHANGE AUTHORITY.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in acquiring lands for the purposes of this Act, the Secretary is authorized to exchange lands (including lands within conservation system units and within the National Forest System) or interests therein (including Native selection rights) with the corporations organized by the Native Groups, Village Corporations, Regional Corporations, and the Urban Corporations, and other municipalities and corporations or individuals, the State (acting free of the restrictions of section 6(i) of the Alaska Statehood Act), or any Federal agency. Exchanges shall be on the basis of equal value, and either party to the exchange may pay or accept cash in order to equalize the value of the property exchanged, except that if the parties agree to an exchange and the Secretary determines it is in the public interest, such exchanges may be made for other than equal value.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(h) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (h) EXCHANGE AUTHORITY.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, in acquiring lands for the purposes of this Act, the Secretary is authorized to exchange lands (including lands within conservation system units and within the National Forest System) or interests therein (including Native selection rights) with the corporations organized by the Native Groups, Village Corporations, Regional Corporations, and the Urban Corporations, and other municipalities and corporations or individuals, the State (acting free of the restrictions of section 6(i) of the Alaska Statehood Act), or any Federal agency. Exchanges shall be on the basis of equal value, and either party to the exchange may pay or accept cash in order to equalize the value of the property exchanged, except that if the parties agree to an exchange and the Secretary determines it is in the public interest, such exchanges may be made for other than equal value.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(i) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (i)(l) The Secretary is authorized to acquire by donation or exchange, lands (A) which are contiguous to any conservation system unit established or expanded by this Act, and (B) which are owned or validly selected by the State of Alaska. (2) Any such lands so acquired shall become a part of such conservation system unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1302(i) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (i)(l) The Secretary is authorized to acquire by donation or exchange, lands (A) which are contiguous to any conservation system unit established or expanded by this Act, and (B) which are owned or validly selected by the State of Alaska. (2) Any such lands so acquired shall become a part of such conservation system unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act USE OF CABINS AND OTHER SITES OF OCCUPANCY ON CONSERVATION SYSTEM UNITS; Sec. 1303(a) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Inholdings
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) IMPROVED PROPERTY ON NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM LANDS.— (l) On public lands within the boundaries of any unit of the National Park System created or enlarged by this Act, cabins or other structures existing prior to December 18, 1973, may be occupied and used by the claimant to these structures pursuant to a renewable, nontransferable permit. Such use and occupancy shall be for terms of five years each: Provided, That the claimant of the structure by application: (A) Reasonably demonstrates by affidavit, bill of sale or other documentation, proof of possessory interest or right of occupancy in the cabin or structure; (B) Submits a sketch or photograph of the cabin or structure and a map showing its geographic location; (C) Agrees to vacate the cabin and to remove all personal property from the cabin or structure upon expiration of the permit; and (D) Acknowledges in the permit that the applicant has no interest in the real property on which the cabin or structure is located. (2) On public lands within the boundaries of any unit of the National Park System created or enlarged by this Act, cabins or other structures, the occupancy or use of which commenced between December 18,1973, and December 1,1978, may be used and occupied by the claimant of such structure pursuant to a nontransferable, nonrenewable permit. Such use and occupancy shall be for a maximum term of one year: Provided, however, That the claimant, by application: (A) Reasonably demonstrates by affidavit, bill of sale, or other documentation proof of possessory interest or right of occupancy in the cabin or structure; (B) Submits a sketch or photograph of the cabin or structure and a map showing its geographic location (C) Agrees to vacate the cabin or structure and to remove all personal property from it upon expiration of the permit; and (D) Acknowledges in the permit that the applicant has no legal interest in the real property on which the cabin or structure is located. The Secretary may, on a case by case basis, subject to reasonable regulations, extend such permit term beyond one year for such reasons as the Secretary deems equitable and just. (3) Cabins or other structures not under permit as specified herein shall be used only for official government business: Provided, however, That during emergencies involving the safety of human life or where designated for public use by the Secretary, these cabins may be used by the general public. (4) The Secretary may issue a permit under such conditions as he may prescribe for the temporary use, occupancy, construction and maintenance of new cabins or other structures if he determines that the use is necessary to reasonably accommodate subsistence uses or is otherwise authorized by law.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act USE OF CABINS AND OTHER SITES OF OCCUPANCY ON CONSERVATION SYSTEM UNITS; Sec. 1303(b) Forest Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (b) IMPROVED PROPERTY ON OTHER UNITS OR AREAS ESTABLISHED OR EXPANDED BY THIS ACT.— The following conditions shall apply regarding the construction, use and occupancy of cabins and related structures on Federal lands within conservation system units or areas not provided for in subsection (a) of this section: (l) The construction of new cabins is prohibited except as may be authorized pursuant to a nontransferable, five-year special use permit issued by the Secretary. Such special use permit shall only be issued upon a determination that the proposed use construction, and maintenance of a cabin is compatible with the purposes for which the unit or area was established and that the use of the cabin is either directly related to the administration of the unit or area or is necessary to provide for a continuation of an ongoing activity or use otherwise allowed within the unit or area where the permit applicant has no reasonable alternative site for constructing a cabin. No special use permit shall be issued to authorize the construction of a cabin for private recreational use. (2) Traditional and customary uses of existing cabins and related structures on Federal lands within a unit or area may be and allowed to continue in accordance with a nontransferable, renewable five-year special use permit issued by the Secretary. Such special use permit shall be issued only upon a determination that the traditional and customary uses are compatible with the purposes for which the unit or area was established. No special use permits shall be issued to authorize the use of an existing cabin constructed for private recreational use. (3) No special use permit shall be issued under subsections (b) (l) or (2) unless the permit applicant- (A) In the case of existing cabins or structures, reasonably demonstrates by affidavit, bill of sale or other documentation, proof of possessory interests or right of occupancy in the cabin or structure; (B) Submits a sketch or photograph of the existing or proposed cabin or structure and a map showing its geographic location; (C) Agrees to vacate the cabin or structure and remove within a reasonable time period established by the Secretary, all personal property from it upon nonrenewal or revocation of the permit; and (D) Acknowledges in the permit application that the applicant has no interest in the real property on which the cabin or structure is located or will be constructed. (4) The United States shall retain ownership of all new cabins and related structures on Federal lands within a unit or area specified in this subsection, and no proprietary rights or privileges shall be conveyed through the issuance of the special use permit authorized by paragraphs (l) or (2) of this subsection. Cabins or other structures not under permit shall be used only for official Government business: Provided, however, That during emergencies involving the safety of human life or where designated for public use by the unit or area manager, such cabins may be used by the general public.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act USE OF CABINS AND OTHER SITES OF OCCUPANCY ON CONSERVATION SYSTEM UNITS; Sec. 1303(b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (b) IMPROVED PROPERTY ON OTHER UNITS OR AREAS ESTABLISHED OR EXPANDED BY THIS ACT.— The following conditions shall apply regarding the construction, use and occupancy of cabins and related structures on Federal lands within conservation system units or areas not provided for in subsection (a) of this section: (l) The construction of new cabins is prohibited except as may be authorized pursuant to a nontransferable, five-year special use permit issued by the Secretary. Such special use permit shall only be issued upon a determination that the proposed use construction, and maintenance of a cabin is compatible with the purposes for which the unit or area was established and that the use of the cabin is either directly related to the administration of the unit or area or is necessary to provide for a continuation of an ongoing activity or use otherwise allowed within the unit or area where the permit applicant has no reasonable alternative site for constructing a cabin. No special use permit shall be issued to authorize the construction of a cabin for private recreational use. (2) Traditional and customary uses of existing cabins and related structures on Federal lands within a unit or area may be and allowed to continue in accordance with a nontransferable, renewable five-year special use permit issued by the Secretary. Such special use permit shall be issued only upon a determination that the traditional and customary uses are compatible with the purposes for which the unit or area was established. No special use permits shall be issued to authorize the use of an existing cabin constructed for private recreational use. (3) No special use permit shall be issued under subsections (b) (l) or (2) unless the permit applicant- (A) In the case of existing cabins or structures, reasonably demonstrates by affidavit, bill of sale or other documentation, proof of possessory interests or right of occupancy in the cabin or structure; (B) Submits a sketch or photograph of the existing or proposed cabin or structure and a map showing its geographic location; (C) Agrees to vacate the cabin or structure and remove within a reasonable time period established by the Secretary, all personal property from it upon nonrenewal or revocation of the permit; and (D) Acknowledges in the permit application that the applicant has no interest in the real property on which the cabin or structure is located or will be constructed. (4) The United States shall retain ownership of all new cabins and related structures on Federal lands within a unit or area specified in this subsection, and no proprietary rights or privileges shall be conveyed through the issuance of the special use permit authorized by paragraphs (l) or (2) of this subsection. Cabins or other structures not under permit shall be used only for official Government business: Provided, however, That during emergencies involving the safety of human life or where designated for public use by the unit or area manager, such cabins may be used by the general public.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(c) Forest Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (c) PERMITS TO BE RENEWED FOR LIFE OF CLAIMANT AND IMMEDIATE FAMILY .— (l) Whenever issuance of a nontransferable renewable five year special use permit is authorized by subsections (a) or (b) of this section, said permit shall be renewed every five years until the death of the last immediate family member of the claimant residing in the cabin or structure, or unless the Secretary has revoked the special use permit in accordance with the criteria established in this section. (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Secretary, after notice and hearing, may revoke a permit provided for in this section if he determines, on the basis of substantial evidence in the administrative record as a whole, that the use under the permit is causing or may cause significant detriment to the principal purposes for which the unit was established.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(c) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (c) PERMITS TO BE RENEWED FOR LIFE OF CLAIMANT AND IMMEDIATE FAMILY .— (l) Whenever issuance of a nontransferable renewable five year special use permit is authorized by subsections (a) or (b) of this section, said permit shall be renewed every five years until the death of the last immediate family member of the claimant residing in the cabin or structure, or unless the Secretary has revoked the special use permit in accordance with the criteria established in this section. (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Secretary, after notice and hearing, may revoke a permit provided for in this section if he determines, on the basis of substantial evidence in the administrative record as a whole, that the use under the permit is causing or may cause significant detriment to the principal purposes for which the unit was established.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(c) National Park Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (c) PERMITS TO BE RENEWED FOR LIFE OF CLAIMANT AND IMMEDIATE FAMILY .— (l) Whenever issuance of a nontransferable renewable five year special use permit is authorized by subsections (a) or (b) of this section, said permit shall be renewed every five years until the death of the last immediate family member of the claimant residing in the cabin or structure, or unless the Secretary has revoked the special use permit in accordance with the criteria established in this section. (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Secretary, after notice and hearing, may revoke a permit provided for in this section if he determines, on the basis of substantial evidence in the administrative record as a whole, that the use under the permit is causing or may cause significant detriment to the principal purposes for which the unit was established.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(d) Forest Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (d) EXISTING CABIN LEASES OR PERMITS.—Nothing in this Act shall preclude the renewal or continuation of valid leases or permits in effect on the date of enactment of this Act for cabins, homesites, or similar structures on Federal lands. Unless the Secretary, or in the case of national forest lands, the Secretary of Agriculture, issues specific findings following notice and an opportunity for the leaseholder or permittee to respond, that renewal or continuation of such valid permit or lease constitutes a direct threat to or a significant impairment to the purposes for which a conservation system unit was established (in the case of a structure located within a conservation system unit) or the public domain or national forest (in case of a structure located outside conservation system units), he shall renew such valid leases or permits upon their expiration in accordance with the provisions of the original lease or permit, subject to such reasonable regulations as he may prescribe. Subject to the provisions of the original lease or permit, nothing in this Act or subsection shall necessarily preclude the appropriate Secretary from transferring such a lease or permit to another person at the election or death of the original permittee or leasee.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(d) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (d) EXISTING CABIN LEASES OR PERMITS.—Nothing in this Act shall preclude the renewal or continuation of valid leases or permits in effect on the date of enactment of this Act for cabins, homesites, or similar structures on Federal lands. Unless the Secretary, or in the case of national forest lands, the Secretary of Agriculture, issues specific findings following notice and an opportunity for the leaseholder or permittee to respond, that renewal or continuation of such valid permit or lease constitutes a direct threat to or a significant impairment to the purposes for which a conservation system unit was established (in the case of a structure located within a conservation system unit) or the public domain or national forest (in case of a structure located outside conservation system units), he shall renew such valid leases or permits upon their expiration in accordance with the provisions of the original lease or permit, subject to such reasonable regulations as he may prescribe. Subject to the provisions of the original lease or permit, nothing in this Act or subsection shall necessarily preclude the appropriate Secretary from transferring such a lease or permit to another person at the election or death of the original permittee or leasee.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1303(d) National Park Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Permits/Licenses/Leases
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (d) EXISTING CABIN LEASES OR PERMITS.—Nothing in this Act shall preclude the renewal or continuation of valid leases or permits in effect on the date of enactment of this Act for cabins, homesites, or similar structures on Federal lands. Unless the Secretary, or in the case of national forest lands, the Secretary of Agriculture, issues specific findings following notice and an opportunity for the leaseholder or permittee to respond, that renewal or continuation of such valid permit or lease constitutes a direct threat to or a significant impairment to the purposes for which a conservation system unit was established (in the case of a structure located within a conservation system unit) or the public domain or national forest (in case of a structure located outside conservation system units), he shall renew such valid leases or permits upon their expiration in accordance with the provisions of the original lease or permit, subject to such reasonable regulations as he may prescribe. Subject to the provisions of the original lease or permit, nothing in this Act or subsection shall necessarily preclude the appropriate Secretary from transferring such a lease or permit to another person at the election or death of the original permittee or leasee.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ARCHEOLOGICAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL SITES; Sec. 1304. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Miscellaneous
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Cultural Resources
Wilderness(es): Kobuk Valley Wilderness
Text: Notwithstanding any acreage or boundary limitations contained in this Act with respect to the Cape Krusenstern National Monument, the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, and the Kobuk Valley National Park, the Secretary may designate Federal lands or he may acquire by purchase with the consent of the owner, donation, or exchange any significant archeological or paleontological site in Alaska located outside of the boundaries of such areas and containing resources which are closely associated with any such area. If any such site is so designated or acquired, it shall be included in and managed as part of such area. Not more than seven thousand five hundred acres of land may be designated or acquired under this section for inclusion in any single area. Before designation or acquisition of any property in excess of one hundred acres under the provisions of this section, the Secretary shall— (l) submit notice of such proposed designation or acquisition to the appropriate committees of the Congress; and (2) publish notice of such proposed designation or acquisition in the Federal Register.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ADMINISTRATIVE SITES AND VISITOR FACILITIES; Sec. 1306(a) Forest Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—In conformity with the conservation and management plans prepared for each unit and the purposes of assuring the preservation, protection, and proper management of any conservation system unit, the Secretary may establish sites and visitor facilities— (l) within the unit, if compatible with the purposes for which the unit is established, expanded, or designated by this Act, and the other provisions of this Act, or (2) outside the boundaries of, and in the vicinity of the unit. To the extent practicable and desirable, the Secretary shall attempt to locate such sites and facilities on Native lands in the vicinity of the unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ADMINISTRATIVE SITES AND VISITOR FACILITIES; Sec. 1306(a) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—In conformity with the conservation and management plans prepared for each unit and the purposes of assuring the preservation, protection, and proper management of any conservation system unit, the Secretary may establish sites and visitor facilities— (l) within the unit, if compatible with the purposes for which the unit is established, expanded, or designated by this Act, and the other provisions of this Act, or (2) outside the boundaries of, and in the vicinity of the unit. To the extent practicable and desirable, the Secretary shall attempt to locate such sites and facilities on Native lands in the vicinity of the unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act ADMINISTRATIVE SITES AND VISITOR FACILITIES; Sec. 1306(a) National Park Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) ESTABLISHMENT.—In conformity with the conservation and management plans prepared for each unit and the purposes of assuring the preservation, protection, and proper management of any conservation system unit, the Secretary may establish sites and visitor facilities— (l) within the unit, if compatible with the purposes for which the unit is established, expanded, or designated by this Act, and the other provisions of this Act, or (2) outside the boundaries of, and in the vicinity of the unit. To the extent practicable and desirable, the Secretary shall attempt to locate such sites and facilities on Native lands in the vicinity of the unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1306(b) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (b) AUTHORITIES OF SECRETARY.—For the purpose of establishing administrative sites and visitor facilities under subsection (a)— (l) the Secretary and the head of the Federal agency having primary authority over the administration of any Federal land which the Secretary determines is suitable for use in carrying out such purpose may enter into agreements permitting the Secretary to use such land for such purposes; (2) notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, may lease or acquire by purchase, donation, exchange, or any other method (except condemnation) real property (other than Federal land), office space, housing, and other necessary facilities which the Secretary determines to be suitable for carrying out such purposes; and (3) the Secretary may construct, operate, and maintain such permanent and temporary buildings and facilities as he deems appropriate on land which is within, or in the vicinity of, any conservation system unit and with respect to which the Secretary has acquired authority under this subsection to use the property for the purpose of establishing an administrative site or visitor facility under subsection (a), except that the Secretary may not begin construction of buildings and facilities on land not owned by the United States until the owner of such land has entered into an agreement with the Secretary, the terms of which assure the continued use of such buildings and facilities in furtherance of the purposes of this Act.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1306(b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (b) AUTHORITIES OF SECRETARY.—For the purpose of establishing administrative sites and visitor facilities under subsection (a)— (l) the Secretary and the head of the Federal agency having primary authority over the administration of any Federal land which the Secretary determines is suitable for use in carrying out such purpose may enter into agreements permitting the Secretary to use such land for such purposes; (2) notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, may lease or acquire by purchase, donation, exchange, or any other method (except condemnation) real property (other than Federal land), office space, housing, and other necessary facilities which the Secretary determines to be suitable for carrying out such purposes; and (3) the Secretary may construct, operate, and maintain such permanent and temporary buildings and facilities as he deems appropriate on land which is within, or in the vicinity of, any conservation system unit and with respect to which the Secretary has acquired authority under this subsection to use the property for the purpose of establishing an administrative site or visitor facility under subsection (a), except that the Secretary may not begin construction of buildings and facilities on land not owned by the United States until the owner of such land has entered into an agreement with the Secretary, the terms of which assure the continued use of such buildings and facilities in furtherance of the purposes of this Act.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1306(b) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (b) AUTHORITIES OF SECRETARY.—For the purpose of establishing administrative sites and visitor facilities under subsection (a)— (l) the Secretary and the head of the Federal agency having primary authority over the administration of any Federal land which the Secretary determines is suitable for use in carrying out such purpose may enter into agreements permitting the Secretary to use such land for such purposes; (2) notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, may lease or acquire by purchase, donation, exchange, or any other method (except condemnation) real property (other than Federal land), office space, housing, and other necessary facilities which the Secretary determines to be suitable for carrying out such purposes; and (3) the Secretary may construct, operate, and maintain such permanent and temporary buildings and facilities as he deems appropriate on land which is within, or in the vicinity of, any conservation system unit and with respect to which the Secretary has acquired authority under this subsection to use the property for the purpose of establishing an administrative site or visitor facility under subsection (a), except that the Secretary may not begin construction of buildings and facilities on land not owned by the United States until the owner of such land has entered into an agreement with the Secretary, the terms of which assure the continued use of such buildings and facilities in furtherance of the purposes of this Act.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REVENUE-PRODUCING VISITOR SERVICES; Sec. 1307. Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Commercial Use
  • Recreation Services
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) CONTINUATION OF EXISTING VISITOR SERVICES.— Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary, under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, shall permit any persons who, on or before January 1,1979, were engaged in adequately providing any type of visitor service within any area established as or added to a conservation system unit to continue providing such type of service and similar types of visitor services within such area if such service or services are consistent with the purposes for which such unit is established or expanded. (b) PREFERENCE.—Notwithstanding provisions of law other than those contained in subsection (a), in selecting persons to provide (and in contracting for the provision of any type of visitor service for any conservation system unit, except sport fishing and hunting guiding activities, the Secretary— (l) shall give preference to the Native Corporation which the Secretary determines is most directly affected by the establishment or expansion of such unit by or under the provisions of this Act; (2) shall give preference to persons whom he determines, by rule, are local residents; and (3) shall, consistent with the provisions of this section, offer to Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated, in cooperation with Village Corporations within the Cook Inlet Region when appropriate, the right of first refusal to provide new revenue producing visitor services within the Kenai National Moose Range or that portion of the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve within the boundaries of the Cook Inlet Region that right to remain open for a period of ninety days as agreed to in paragraph VIII of the document referred to in section 12 of the Act of January 2, 1976 (Public Law 94-204). (c) DEFINITION.— As used in this section, the term "visitor service" "means any service made available for a fee or charge to persons who visit a conservation system unit, including such services as providing food, accommodations, transportation, tours, and guides excepting the guiding of sport hunting and fishing. Nothing in this Act shall limit or affect the authority of the Federal Government or the State of Alaska to license and regulate transportation services.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REVENUE-PRODUCING VISITOR SERVICES; Sec. 1307. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Commercial Use
  • Recreation Services
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) CONTINUATION OF EXISTING VISITOR SERVICES.— Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary, under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, shall permit any persons who, on or before January 1,1979, were engaged in adequately providing any type of visitor service within any area established as or added to a conservation system unit to continue providing such type of service and similar types of visitor services within such area if such service or services are consistent with the purposes for which such unit is established or expanded. (b) PREFERENCE.—Notwithstanding provisions of law other than those contained in subsection (a), in selecting persons to provide (and in contracting for the provision of~ any type of visitor service for any conservation system unit, except sport fishing and hunting guiding activities, the Secretary— (l) shall give preference to the Native Corporation which the Secretary determines is most directly affected by the establishment or expansion of such unit by or under the provisions of this Act; (2) shall give preference to persons whom he determines, by rule, are local residents; and (3) shall, consistent with the provisions of this section, offer to Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated, in cooperation with Village Corporations within the Cook Inlet Region when appropriate, the right of first refusal to provide new revenue producing visitor services within the Kenai National Moose Range or that portion of the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve within the boundaries of the Cook Inlet Region that right to remain open for a period of ninety days as agreed to in paragraph VIII of the document referred to in section 12 of the Act of January 2, 1976 (Public Law 94-204). (c) DEFINITION.— As used in this section, the term "visitor service" "means any service made available for a fee or charge to persons who visit a conservation system unit, including such services as providing food, accommodations, transportation, tours, and guides excepting the guiding of sport hunting and fishing. Nothing in this Act shall limit or affect the authority of the Federal Government or the State of Alaska to license and regulate transportation services.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act REVENUE-PRODUCING VISITOR SERVICES; Sec. 1307. National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Agency Jurisdiction
  • Commercial Use
  • Recreation Services
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) CONTINUATION OF EXISTING VISITOR SERVICES.— Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary, under such terms and conditions as he determines are reasonable, shall permit any persons who, on or before January 1,1979, were engaged in adequately providing any type of visitor service within any area established as or added to a conservation system unit to continue providing such type of service and similar types of visitor services within such area if such service or services are consistent with the purposes for which such unit is established or expanded. (b) PREFERENCE.—Notwithstanding provisions of law other than those contained in subsection (a), in selecting persons to provide (and in contracting for the provision of~ any type of visitor service for any conservation system unit, except sport fishing and hunting guiding activities, the Secretary— (l) shall give preference to the Native Corporation which the Secretary determines is most directly affected by the establishment or expansion of such unit by or under the provisions of this Act; (2) shall give preference to persons whom he determines, by rule, are local residents; and (3) shall, consistent with the provisions of this section, offer to Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated, in cooperation with Village Corporations within the Cook Inlet Region when appropriate, the right of first refusal to provide new revenue producing visitor services within the Kenai National Moose Range or that portion of the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve within the boundaries of the Cook Inlet Region that right to remain open for a period of ninety days as agreed to in paragraph VIII of the document referred to in section 12 of the Act of January 2, 1976 (Public Law 94-204). (c) DEFINITION.— As used in this section, the term "visitor service" "means any service made available for a fee or charge to persons who visit a conservation system unit, including such services as providing food, accommodations, transportation, tours, and guides excepting the guiding of sport hunting and fishing. Nothing in this Act shall limit or affect the authority of the Federal Government or the State of Alaska to license and regulate transportation services.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act NAVIGATION AIDS AND OTHER FACILITIES; Sec. 1310. Forest Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
  • Military Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) EXISTING FACILITIES.— Within conservation system units established or expanded by this Act, reasonable access to, and operation and maintenance of, existing air and water navigation aids communications sites and related facilities and existing facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable to units of such systems, as appropriate. Reasonable access to and operation and maintenance of facilities for national defense purposes and related air and water navigation aids within or adjacent to such areas shall continue in accordance with the laws and regulations governing such facilities notwithstanding any other provision of this Act. Nothing in the Wilderness Act shall be deemed to prohibit such access, operation and maintenance within wilderness areas designated by this Act. (b) NEW FACILITIES.— The establishment, operation, and maintenance within any conservation system unit of new air and water navigation aids and related facilities, facilities for national defense purposes, and related air and water navigation aids, and facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted but only (l) after consultation with the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate, by the head of the Federal department or agency undertaking such establishment, operation, or maintenance, and (2) in accordance with such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed in order to minimize the adverse effects of such activities within such unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act NAVIGATION AIDS AND OTHER FACILITIES; Sec. 1310. Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
  • Military Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) EXISTING FACILITIES.— Within conservation system units established or expanded by this Act, reasonable access to, and operation and maintenance of, existing air and water navigation aids communications sites and related facilities and existing facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable to units of such systems, as appropriate. Reasonable access to and operation and maintenance of facilities for national defense purposes and related air and water navigation aids within or adjacent to such areas shall continue in accordance with the laws and regulations governing such facilities notwithstanding any other provision of this Act. Nothing in the Wilderness Act shall be deemed to prohibit such access, operation and maintenance within wilderness areas designated by this Act. (b) NEW FACILITIES.— The establishment, operation, and maintenance within any conservation system unit of new air and water navigation aids and related facilities, facilities for national defense purposes, and related air and water navigation aids, and facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted but only (l) after consultation with the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate, by the head of the Federal department or agency undertaking such establishment, operation, or maintenance, and (2) in accordance with such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed in order to minimize the adverse effects of such activities within such unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act NAVIGATION AIDS AND OTHER FACILITIES; Sec. 1310. National Park Service Alaska
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Monitoring/Data Collection/Evaluation
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
  • Military Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) EXISTING FACILITIES.— Within conservation system units established or expanded by this Act, reasonable access to, and operation and maintenance of, existing air and water navigation aids communications sites and related facilities and existing facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable to units of such systems, as appropriate. Reasonable access to and operation and maintenance of facilities for national defense purposes and related air and water navigation aids within or adjacent to such areas shall continue in accordance with the laws and regulations governing such facilities notwithstanding any other provision of this Act. Nothing in the Wilderness Act shall be deemed to prohibit such access, operation and maintenance within wilderness areas designated by this Act. (b) NEW FACILITIES.— The establishment, operation, and maintenance within any conservation system unit of new air and water navigation aids and related facilities, facilities for national defense purposes, and related air and water navigation aids, and facilities for weather, climate, and fisheries research and monitoring shall be permitted but only (l) after consultation with the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate, by the head of the Federal department or agency undertaking such establishment, operation, or maintenance, and (2) in accordance with such terms and conditions as may be mutually agreed in order to minimize the adverse effects of such activities within such unit.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(b) Forest Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorized Equipment
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (b) AQUACULTURE.— In accordance with the goal of restoring and maintaining fish production in the State of Alaska to optimum sustained yield levels and in a manner which adequately assures protection, preservation, enhancement, and rehabilitation of the wilderness resource, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit fishery research, management, enhancement, and rehabilitation activities within national forest wilderness and national forest wilderness study areas designated by this Act. Subject to reasonable regulations permanent improvements and facilities such as fishways, fish weirs, fish ladders, fish hatcheries, spawning channels, stream clearance, egg planting, and other accepted means of maintaining, enhancing, and rehabilitating fish stocks may be permitted by the Secretary to achieve this objective. Any fish hatchery, fishpass or other aquaculture facility authorized for any such area shall be constructed, managed, and operated in a manner that minimizes adverse impacts on the wilderness character of the area. Developments for any such activities shall involve those facilities essential to these operations and shall be constructed in such rustic manner as to blend into the natural character of the area. Reasonable access solely for the purposes of this subsection, including temporary use of motorized equipment, shall be permitted in furtherance of research, management, rehabilitation and enhancement activities subject to reasonable regulations as the Secretary deems desirable to maintain the wilderness character, water quality, and fish and wildlife values of the area.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorized Equipment
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (b) AQUACULTURE.— In accordance with the goal of restoring and maintaining fish production in the State of Alaska to optimum sustained yield levels and in a manner which adequately assures protection, preservation, enhancement, and rehabilitation of the wilderness resource, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit fishery research, management, enhancement, and rehabilitation activities within national forest wilderness and national forest wilderness study areas designated by this Act. Subject to reasonable regulations permanent improvements and facilities such as fishways, fish weirs, fish ladders, fish hatcheries, spawning channels, stream clearance, egg planting, and other accepted means of maintaining, enhancing, and rehabilitating fish stocks may be permitted by the Secretary to achieve this objective. Any fish hatchery, fishpass or other aquaculture facility authorized for any such area shall be constructed, managed, and operated in a manner that minimizes adverse impacts on the wilderness character of the area. Developments for any such activities shall involve those facilities essential to these operations and shall be constructed in such rustic manner as to blend into the natural character of the area. Reasonable access solely for the purposes of this subsection, including temporary use of motorized equipment, shall be permitted in furtherance of research, management, rehabilitation and enhancement activities subject to reasonable regulations as the Secretary deems desirable to maintain the wilderness character, water quality, and fish and wildlife values of the area.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(b) National Park Service Alaska
  • Motorized/Mechanized Use
  • Motorized Equipment
  • Water
  • Water Facilities
  • Natural/Cultural Resource Management
  • Fisheries
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
  • Access
  • General Access
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (b) AQUACULTURE.— In accordance with the goal of restoring and maintaining fish production in the State of Alaska to optimum sustained yield levels and in a manner which adequately assures protection, preservation, enhancement, and rehabilitation of the wilderness resource, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit fishery research, management, enhancement, and rehabilitation activities within national forest wilderness and national forest wilderness study areas designated by this Act. Subject to reasonable regulations permanent improvements and facilities such as fishways, fish weirs, fish ladders, fish hatcheries, spawning channels, stream clearance, egg planting, and other accepted means of maintaining, enhancing, and rehabilitating fish stocks may be permitted by the Secretary to achieve this objective. Any fish hatchery, fishpass or other aquaculture facility authorized for any such area shall be constructed, managed, and operated in a manner that minimizes adverse impacts on the wilderness character of the area. Developments for any such activities shall involve those facilities essential to these operations and shall be constructed in such rustic manner as to blend into the natural character of the area. Reasonable access solely for the purposes of this subsection, including temporary use of motorized equipment, shall be permitted in furtherance of research, management, rehabilitation and enhancement activities subject to reasonable regulations as the Secretary deems desirable to maintain the wilderness character, water quality, and fish and wildlife values of the area.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(c-d) Forest Service Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Hells Canyon Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (c) EXISTING CABINS.— Previously existing public use cabins within wilderness designated by this Act, may be permitted to continue and may be maintained or replaced subject to such restrictions as the Secretary deems necessary to preserve the wilderness character of the area. (d) NEW CABINS.—- Within wilderness areas designated by this Act the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture as appropriate, is authorized to construct and maintain a limited number of new public use cabins and shelters if such cabins and shelters are necessary for the protection of the public health and safety. All such cabins or shelters shall be constructed of materials which blend and are compatible with the immediate and surrounding wilderness landscape. The Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate shall notify the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and congressional the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of his committee’s intention to remove an existing or construct a new public use cabin or shelter.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(c-d) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (c) EXISTING CABINS.— Previously existing public use cabins within wilderness designated by this Act, may be permitted to continue and may be maintained or replaced subject to such restrictions as the Secretary deems necessary to preserve the wilderness character of the area. (d) NEW CABINS.—- Within wilderness areas designated by this Act the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture as appropriate, is authorized to construct and maintain a limited number of new public use cabins and shelters if such cabins and shelters are necessary for the protection of the public health and safety. All such cabins or shelters shall be constructed of materials which blend and are compatible with the immediate and surrounding wilderness landscape. The Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate shall notify the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and congressional the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of his committee’s intention to remove an existing or construct a new public use cabin or shelter.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(c-d) National Park Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (c) EXISTING CABINS.— Previously existing public use cabins within wilderness designated by this Act, may be permitted to continue and may be maintained or replaced subject to such restrictions as the Secretary deems necessary to preserve the wilderness character of the area. (d) NEW CABINS.—- Within wilderness areas designated by this Act the Secretary or the Secretary of Agriculture as appropriate, is authorized to construct and maintain a limited number of new public use cabins and shelters if such cabins and shelters are necessary for the protection of the public health and safety. All such cabins or shelters shall be constructed of materials which blend and are compatible with the immediate and surrounding wilderness landscape. The Secretary of Agriculture, as appropriate shall notify the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and congressional the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of his committee’s intention to remove an existing or construct a new public use cabin or shelter.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(e) Forest Service Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Hells Canyon Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (e) TIMBER CONTRACTS.— The Secretary of Agriculture is hereby directed to modify any existing national forest timber sale contracts applying to lands designated by this Act as wilderness by substituting, to the extent practicable, timber on the other national forest lands approximately equal in volume, species, grade, and accessibility for timber or relevant lands within such units.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(e) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (e) TIMBER CONTRACTS.— The Secretary of Agriculture is hereby directed to modify any existing national forest timber sale contracts applying to lands designated by this Act as wilderness by substituting, to the extent practicable, timber on the other national forest lands approximately equal in volume, species, grade, and accessibility for timber or relevant lands within such units.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(e) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Acquisition/Exchange
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (e) TIMBER CONTRACTS.— The Secretary of Agriculture is hereby directed to modify any existing national forest timber sale contracts applying to lands designated by this Act as wilderness by substituting, to the extent practicable, timber on the other national forest lands approximately equal in volume, species, grade, and accessibility for timber or relevant lands within such units.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(f) Forest Service Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Hells Canyon Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (f) BEACH LOG SALVAGE.— Within National Forest wilderness and national forest monuments designated by this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit or otherwise regulate the recovery and salvage of logs from coastlines.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(f) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (f) BEACH LOG SALVAGE.— Within National Forest wilderness and national forest monuments designated by this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit or otherwise regulate the recovery and salvage of logs from coastlines.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315(f) National Park Service Alaska
  • Commercial Use
  • Timber
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (f) BEACH LOG SALVAGE.— Within National Forest wilderness and national forest monuments designated by this Act, the Secretary of Agriculture may permit or otherwise regulate the recovery and salvage of logs from coastlines.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315. WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT, (a) Forest Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) APPLICATION ONLY TO ALASKA.— The provisions of this section are enacted in recognition of the unique conditions in Alaska. Nothing in this section shall be construed to expand, diminish, or modify the provisions of the Wilderness Act or the application or interpretation of such provisions with respect to lands outside of Alaska.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315. WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT, (a) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) APPLICATION ONLY TO ALASKA.— The provisions of this section are enacted in recognition of the unique conditions in Alaska. Nothing in this section shall be construed to expand, diminish, or modify the provisions of the Wilderness Act or the application or interpretation of such provisions with respect to lands outside of Alaska.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1315. WILDERNESS MANAGEMENT, (a) National Park Service Alaska
  • General Admininstration
  • Miscellaneous
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) APPLICATION ONLY TO ALASKA.— The provisions of this section are enacted in recognition of the unique conditions in Alaska. Nothing in this section shall be construed to expand, diminish, or modify the provisions of the Wilderness Act or the application or interpretation of such provisions with respect to lands outside of Alaska.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1316. ALLOWED USES, (a-b) Forest Service Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Coronation Island Wilderness, Endicott River Wilderness, Hells Canyon Wilderness, Kootznoowoo Wilderness, Maurille Islands Wilderness, Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness, Petersburg Creek-Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness, Russell Fjord Wilderness, South Baranof Wilderness, South Prince of Wales Wilderness, Stikine-LeConte Wilderness, Tebenkof Bay Wilderness, Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, Warren Island Wilderness, West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness
Text: (a) On all public lands where the taking of fish and wildlife is permitted in accordance with the provisions of this Act or other applicable State and Federal law the Secretary shall permit subject to reasonable regulation to insure compatibility, the continuance of existing uses, and the future establishment, and use, of temporary campsites, tent platforms, shelters, and other temporary facilities and equipment directly and necessarily related to such activities. Such facilities and equipment shall be constructed, used, and maintained in a manner consistent with the protection of the area in which they are located. All new facilities shall be constructed of materials which blend with, and are compatible with, the immediately surrounding landscape. Upon termination of such activities and uses (but not upon regular or seasonal cessation), such structures or facilities shall, upon written request, be removed from the area by the permittee. (b) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, the Secretary may determine, after adequate notice, that the establishment and use of such new facilities or equipment would constitute a significant expansion of existing facilities or uses which would be detrimental to the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit was established, including the wilderness character of any wilderness area within such unit, and may thereupon deny such proposed use or establishment.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1316. ALLOWED USES, (a-b) Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Aleutian Islands Wilderness, Andreafsky Wilderness, Becharof Wilderness, Innoko Wilderness, Izembek Wilderness, Kenai Wilderness, Koyukuk Wilderness, Mollie Beattie Wilderness, Nunivak Wilderness, Selawik Wilderness, Semidi Wilderness, Togiak Wilderness, Unimak Wilderness
Text: (a) On all public lands where the taking of fish and wildlife is permitted in accordance with the provisions of this Act or other applicable State and Federal law the Secretary shall permit subject to reasonable regulation to insure compatibility, the continuance of existing uses, and the future establishment, and use, of temporary campsites, tent platforms, shelters, and other temporary facilities and equipment directly and necessarily related to such activities. Such facilities and equipment shall be constructed, used, and maintained in a manner consistent with the protection of the area in which they are located. All new facilities shall be constructed of materials which blend with, and are compatible with, the immediately surrounding landscape. Upon termination of such activities and uses (but not upon regular or seasonal cessation), such structures or facilities shall, upon written request, be removed from the area by the permittee. (b) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, the Secretary may determine, after adequate notice, that the establishment and use of such new facilities or equipment would constitute a significant expansion of existing facilities or uses which would be detrimental to the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit was established, including the wilderness character of any wilderness area within such unit, and may thereupon deny such proposed use or establishment.
96-487 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act Sec. 1316. ALLOWED USES, (a-b) National Park Service Alaska
  • Public Use/Facilities
  • Hunting/Fishing/Trapping
  • Recreation Development
  • Structures/Roads
Wilderness(es): Denali Wilderness, Gates of the Arctic Wilderness, Glacier Bay Wilderness, Katmai Wilderness, Kobuk Valley Wilderness, Lake Clark Wilderness, Noatak Wilderness, Wrangell-Saint Elias Wilderness
Text: (a) On all public lands where the taking of fish and wildlife is permitted in accordance with the provisions of this Act or other applicable State and Federal law the Secretary shall permit subject to reasonable regulation to insure compatibility, the continuance of existing uses, and the future establishment, and use, of temporary campsites, tent platforms, shelters, and other temporary facilities and equipment directly and necessarily related to such activities. Such facilities and equipment shall be constructed, used, and maintained in a manner consistent with the protection of the area in which they are located. All new facilities shall be constructed of materials which blend with, and are compatible with, the immediately surrounding landscape. Upon termination of such activities and uses (but not upon regular or seasonal cessation), such structures or facilities shall, upon written request, be removed from the area by the permittee. (b) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, the Secretary may determine, after adequate notice, that the establishment and use of such new facilities or equipment would constitute a significant expansion of existing facilities or uses which would be detrimental to the purposes for which the affected conservation system unit was established, including the wilderness character of any wilderness area within such unit, and may thereupon deny such proposed use or establishment.