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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 Fiords 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 Fiords 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 Fiords 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.
 



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