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The following is a greeting given in one of the 20 indigenous languages recognized by the State of Alaska. Extensive changes in land ownership and land management have occurred in Alaska over the past 20 years.
Many areas, previously open to general public use, are now included in a federal conservation unit, state legislatively designated unit, or have been conveyed to a Native corporation or other private party. Public use of these areas may now be restricted or no longer available.
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These recent changes in land ownership and management have resulted in a growing problem: the unauthorized use of land and resources. The purpose of this atlas is to aid the public and the land owners in dealing with this problem.
Most unauthorized use has been inadvertent, resulting from a lack of readily available and easily understood land status information. This atlas provides current land ownership and public use information, including use restrictions on the date of publication. This atlas is not a legal document. It is a representation of official federal, state, municipal and private land records. For complete information on land ownership, contact the State Recorders Office or the apparent land owner.
Official land status records are also available at government offices listed in this atlas. You may need to Contact several offices to obtain a complete picture of the area you are interested in. All land owned by Native corporations is private land. Except as specifically noted, it is closed to public use, just like any other private land, unless the user obtains permission of the land owner. Certain lands, owned by Native corporations, are subject to specifically located easements, as described, in the atlas, that allow the public to use those identified Native corporation lands in limited ways.
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In addition, some of the lands conveyed to Native corporations are open to sport hunting and fishing and other recreational uses by the public. These lands are specifically identified on the maps. Even these lands are subject to such reasonable restrictions as may be imposed by the Native corporation landowners, for the purposes of limiting or prohibiting such public uses in the immediate vicinity of logging or other commercial operations.
Active timber harvesting operations are ongoing on Afognak Island. As a result, the Native corporation landowners may close portions of Afognak Island to public use. Users should obey all signs or barricades. This atlas tells who owns the land as of March , who to contact, where public access easements are located, and the kinds of activities allowed on each easement. We recommend that readers who are unfamiliar with land management terminology, review the Glossary before continuing.
Be aware that within state and federal parks, game refuges and sanctuaries, critical habitat areas, and "special use land" areas, there are additional restrictions on uses and activities allowed on the land. Permits or special authorizations may be required for certain uses in these areas. For information on generally allowed uses and activities on state land, that is not in any special management category or status, contact the Public Information Office at the Department of Natural Resources listed in this atlas.