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National Park Service Seeking Input on Scenic Overlook Pullout on Government Hill

July 11, 2014

Denali National Park and Preserve is seeking input on the construction of a new pullout at mile 2.5 of the Denali Park Road. The purpose of the pullout is to provide vehicles the opportunity to safely stop and enjoy the scenic view at this overlook. No plan is offered in the press release. This scoping period will last until August 4 and an environmental assessment will be completed and available for public review at a later date. The public is encouraged to participate in both the scoping and assessment processes. See the press release on the park’s website for more information about the project and the process for submitting comments: http://www.nps.gov/dena/parknews/government-hill-scenic-pullout-public-input.htm

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March-April 2014 DCC News is online!

May 24, 2014

Read the latest local and regional news, including a recap of the state legislative session, Denali Borough land planning, and Denali Park management.

DCC News -Mar-Apr 2014

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NPS Backcountry & Road Studies

May 19, 2014

These reports were discussed at last night’s annual membership meeting. Check out the link below to the 2012 State of the Backcountry report, as well as the Road Study report as a downloadable PDF.

2012 State of the Backcountry Report

2011 – 2012 Road Study Summary Report

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NPS Releases Horseshoe Lake Trail Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)

April 23, 2014

NPS Photo of Horseshoe Lake

NPS Photo of Horseshoe Lake

At the end of February Denali National Park and Preserve released a FONSI for the Environmental Assessment (EA) of the Additions and Improvements to the Horseshoe Lake Trail. The trail is one of the most popular trails near the Denali Visitor Center in the entrance area and is used by thousands of visitors every summer. The NPS has chosen to extend the Horseshoe Lake Trail around the lake as well as along the Nenana River. They will also be rehabilitating social trails that have developed over time and are a source of resource damage. Small signs will be placed to discourage visitors from using social trails, particularly the trails that make their way onto the peninsula where the active beaver lodge is located. See the maps Read more

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DCC January-February Newsletter now online

April 5, 2014

Our recent newsletter is packed with features, including a recounting of the Healy Gas Supreme Court decision, more on recent Board of Game actions,  a discussion of the Holland America-Princess decision to move all staff housing to Healy, and many more items.

Download the newsletter here: DCC News – Jan-Feb 2014.

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DCC Submits Comments on EA for Horseshoe Lake Trail Improvements and Additions

January 28, 2014

NPS Photo

NPS Photo

We continue to work with Denali National Park and Preserve on a wide range of issues and recently submitted comments on the environmental assessment (EA) for trail improvements and additions to the Horseshoe Lake Trail.

We feel that wherever they are located, trails must allow visitors the opportunity to immerse themselves in a natural setting with minimal distractions. Management to attain that goal in the entrance area of the park is challenging, but we believe it is vital to avoid diminution of park values.

Our comments centered around three topics: habitat, safety and visitor experience.

To see our comments, Read more

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Environmental Assessment on Improvements and Additions to Horseshoe Lake Trail Available for Public Comment

December 11, 2013

NPS Photo

NPS Photo

Contact:  Kris Fister, kris_fister@nps.gov, 907-683-9583

DENALI PARK, Alaska:  The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking public comment on an   Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluating improvements to the Horseshoe Lake Trail. The NPS is considering extending the trail around the lake and out to the Nenana River in order to protect park resources and enhance the visitor experience by providing a safe, sustainable trail.

The 1.5 mile-long Horseshoe Lake Trail is utilized by over 200 visitors per day in the peak season. It was constructed in 1940, the park’s first established trail, and in 2013 was determined to be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Horseshoe Lake is an oxbow lake, an abandoned channel of the Nenana River, and provides habitat for a variety of wildlife. The lake and surrounding area gives visitors opportunities to see moose, beaver, and many bird species. Anglers also hike in for the small fish in the lake. The trailhead is located at the railroad crossing (Mile 1) on the Denali Park Road.

Seventy years of high use has degraded the existing trail, and portions are eroding. A network of social trails has developed around the lake and throughout the area, creating additional erosion and damage to sensitive wildlife habitat, including beaver dams and lodges.

The EA evaluates two alternatives: Read more

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September-October DCC News – read it online

October 29, 2013

Read about DCC’s oral arguments on gas development near Denali National Park in Alaska’s Supreme Court, learn more about a proposed gasline down the Parks Highway, hear from our new board member Michael Raffaeli and Denali National Park’s new NPS Biologist Steve Arthur, and learn the issues and interests at play as we plan our Fall 2013 Board Retreat.

DCC News Sept-Oct 2013

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Summer DCC News posted

August 27, 2013

The summer DCC News recounts the amazing summer of 2013 – starting late, blooming with clear skies and hot weather, spawning wildfires and bountiful berries.  And, on the human scene, our Annual Meeting featuring the new superintendent Don Striker, DCC’s involvement on fracking regulations, our appeal to the Alaska Supreme Court on Healy Gas, our concern over wildlife management now that loaded guns are legal in the park, and a heartfelt farewell to Alaska pioneer Louise Gallop.  Click the link below to read these articles and much more.

DCC News – Summer 2013

 

 

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Environmental Assessment on the Upgrade of the Headquarters Utility Infrastructure Available for Public Comment

May 17, 2013

Date: May 16, 2013
Contact: Kris Fister, (907) 683-9583

DENALI PARK, Alaska:The National Park Service (NPS) is proposing to upgrade the utility systems in the headquarters area of Denali National Park and Preserve. The purpose of the project is toprovide reliable utility service for the headquarters facilities; protect the health and safety of park staff in performing operations and maintenance; increase the utility infrastructure energy efficiency; and reduce the park’s energy consumption and operating costs. Read more

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DCC asks for changes to Denali Park Road Winter Plowing proposal

March 18, 2013

park roadThree board members from DCC recently submitted comments on the NPS proposed action of plowing Mile 3 to Mile 12 of the park road, starting February 15th, in order to increase opportunities for motorized sightseeing during the winter season.  Normally the road opens to Mile 12, the Mountain Vista Rest Stop, by late March, and is on track to do so this spring.

Our comments pointed out that NPS had not analyzed thoroughly all the impacts of this action or how it could lead, incrementally, to resource damage.  We suggested some changes in the Preferred Alternative and advised NPS not to take any action until deficiencies in the EA are corrected.  We were especially concerned about impacts to wildlife and existing non-motorized users, including the park kennels. To read our detailed comment letter, click the link below.

Denali Winter Plowing EA- DCC Comments – March 2013

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Jan-Feb DCC News welcomes Denali’s new superintendent

February 26, 2013

The Jan-Feb 2013 DCC News is now online and will be in your mailbox soon….

  1. Read our welcome to Don Striker, Denali Park’s new superintendent and our congratulations to Clay Walker, the Denali Borough’s new mayor
  2. Check the updates on DCC’s priorities issues and strategies for 2013.
  3. Hannah Ragland writes an informative article on proposed state of Alaska regulations regarding fracking.
  4. We discuss our upcoming Supreme Court appeal of the Healy Gas BIF.

And a lot more.  The newsletter is posted at the link below.

DCC News – Jan-Feb 2013

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