2 edition of Alaska"s commercial forest resource found in the catalog.
Alaska"s commercial forest resource
Jo Van Patten
|Statement||Economic Analysis Section, Department of Commerce and Economic Development, State of Alaska ; prepared by Jo Van Patten.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Economic Analysis Section.|
|LC Classifications||HD9757.A7 V36 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||86622970|
Talk about one-stop shopping: At 14, square feet, this year-old Anchorage store is Alaska's biggest gift shop. Run by the Green family—a local family that has been active in Anchorage retail for about as long as Anchorage has existed—Polar Bear makes legitimate claims for having the biggest selection and lowest prices of all the gift shops in the state. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources is a department within the government of Alaska. The department's mission is to responsibly develop Alaska's resources by making them available for maximum use and benefit consistent with the public interest. in part because of the lucrative nature of the resource but also due to the large Headquarters: West 7th. Avenue, Suite .
Approximately 20% of interior Alaska's forest land is classified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service as capable of sustained commercial wood production. Despite an increased interest in the resources from boreal forests, the forest industry in interior Alaska has been limited to small mills and cottage industries. In Alaska, Birch Syrup Is a Sweet Sign of Breakup Season Ben-East says she started tapping trees 30 years ago to address food insecurity by “utilizing an abundant resource that [we] could Author: Bree Kessler.
- Alaska Please use the map or drop-down lists to view the schedule for a particular National Forest, Grassland, Scenic Area, Recreation Area, or Tall Grass Prairie. You may navigate directly to any other State, Forest, Grassland, Scenic Area, Recreation Area, or Tallgrass Prairie SOPA page using the following drop-down lists or the text-only. Alaska is a vast land with diverse ecosystems, boundless expanses of forest, high arctic plains, thousands of miles of rivers, and entire mountain ranges within its borders. It is possible to spend a lifetime exploring the state and never see the same place twice.
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The Division is responsible for making sure that the Alaska Forest Resources and Practices Act (FRPA, AS ) is implemented and enforced.
FRPA governs how timber access, harvesting, and reforestation occur on State, private, and municipal land. Several commercial operators provide tours in the Forest year-round.
Photographers and hunters pursue the Forest's wildlife such as moose, black and brown bears, and mountain goats. Wolves, marten, lynx, wolverines, porcupines, beavers, river otters, and many small mammals live in. Forests add to Alaska's beauty and provide a renewable economic resource.
With 28 million acres of commercial forest, Alaska's timber industry supplies world markets with logs, lumber, pulp, and other forest products. Much of Southeast Alaska is part of the Tongass National Forest, a million acre rainforest. Exploring and Camping in Alaska’s National Parks.
In this guide to Alaska’s national parks, you’ll find park highlights, guided tour options, suggested hiking trails, outdoor activity suggestions and information on camping. And of course, we’ve also included tips for safety along the way. It is inarguable that the Tongass is the most extraordinary and unique national forest, especially in the political sense.
involves a demand by the Obama administration that the FS all but eliminate OG logging by transitioning to now-commercial second growth. Is the Tongass a resource mainly for Alaska, favoring economic development, or.
Stedman St., Suite l Ketchikan, Alaska l Phone: l Fax: l. It was a book with history I didn’t know I wanted to know, and made us — or me, at least — confront the potential reality we might not Author: Jeff Lund. The forest industry sustainably utilizes a renewable resource, providing jobs and biomass energy for the 49th state.
Most commercial logging has taken place in the coastal zone, primarily in the Tongass National Forest and Native corporation land. ⚠ CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL UPDATES: Please contact us only if you're unable to change or cancel your trip online.
No change/cancellation fees for travel through Our mission: The Department of Natural Resources' mission is to develop, conserve and maximize the use of Alaska's natural resources consistent with the public interest. What we do: The Department of Natural Resources manages all state-owned land, water and natural resources, except for fish and game, on behalf of the people of Alaska.
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Forest Service National Resource Guide to American Indian and Alaska Native Relations. State and Private Forestry FS, AprilPrevious editions obsolete. "This book presents the results of years of archival research supplemented with interviews to present a well-informed and empirically rich history of several substantial policy developments: the construction and steady operations of the Trans-Alaska pipeline; the decision in the late s to put aside a huge amount of land in the largest.
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Please find updates at the State of Alaska COVID Information Website. The City and Borough of Juneau (/ ˈ dʒ uː n oʊ / JOO-noh; Tlingit: Dzánti K'ihéeni [ˈtsántʰì kʼìˈhíːnì]; Russian: Джуно, Dzhuno), commonly known as Juneau, is the capital city of d in the Gastineau Channel and the Alaskan panhandle, it is a unified municipality and the second largest city in the United States by was named the capital of Named for: Joe Juneau.Art Sowls/U.S.
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To the southeast is a mile- (kilometer-) long strip bordering on British its eastern side the Alaskan mainland is adjacent to the Canadian territory of Yukon.Commercial set netters pick salmon from their net in Bristol Bay.
Photo by Amy Gulick “The Salmon Way” chronicles Alaskans’ relationship with salmon through six main sections, each one delving into a different theme: salmon as a gift, salmon as seen through the lens of commercial, sport or subsistence fishing, salmon in Bristol Bay, and.