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DCC joins others in asking for Emergency Wolf Hunting Closure

May 9, 2015

wolfAfter the loss of three individuals, one a pregnant female, to the East Fork pack, which last year denned very close to the northern boundary of the park, DCC joined a number of local and regional voices in requesting an Emergency Closure to wolf hunting of state lands adjacent to the northeast corner of Denali National Park, for the rest of the season, which ends May 31st.  Although time is ticking along and we’ve heard nothing yet from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, we are watching carefully for word.


Dan Bross of KUAC radio has done an excellent series of broadcasts on this topic. See his latest one at



Support Stampede State Recreation Area

February 11, 2014

Come support Stampede State Recreation Area at the upcoming Denali Borough Assembly Meeting

Where:  McKinley Village Community Center

When: This Wednesday, February 12, 2014   6 PM 

DCC has a long history of supporting the creation of a State Recreation Area in the Stampede (Wolf) townships Read more


Public Comments Needed on NEON Lease & Easement

January 24, 2013

The State of Alaska is considering issuing an easement and a lease to NEON, Inc. for an ecological monitoring station off of the Stampede Road between the Panguingue subdivision and Eightmile Lake. NEON proposes to establish the re-locatable ecological observation station approximately 2,100 feet off the south side of Stampede Road near mile 5.7. The proposed observation station will consist of an instrumentation hut, tower, soil array, boardwalk, and below grade utility lines. The proposed lease will contain the instrument hut, observation tower, and soil array. The proposed easement will contain the boardwalk and utility lines.

Read the full public notice with commenting instructions in the PDF linked below. Comments are due at 5pm on February 19.

NEON Lease & Easement Public Notice

The NEON (National Ecological Observatory Network) is a large-scale, continent-wide effort to monitor ecological change. You can read more about NEON by visiting the website at


Friends of Stampede group to meet this Saturday October 30

October 26, 2010

Join the discussion, Saturday October 30, 3 PM
Panguginue Creek Fire Hall near Healy, Alaska

A beautiful, accessible place for locals, Alaskans, and tourists to enjoy or just more trashed Alaskan public land? That is the choice we have for the future of the Stampede area, known also as the Wolf Townships, West of Healy. This scenic and ecologically-rich area has become increasingly important for outdoor recreation over the past two decades, but as general state land managed by the Division of Mining, Land, and Water, the level of management has not kept up, resulting in problems with unsustainable social trails, litter, human waste, and safety among others.

But its future could be different – a real asset for the local community that benefits all Alaskans looking for accessible places to recreate, and who have relatively few options along the Parks Highway. There is a role for a citizens group to advocate for better management to address problems and provide solutions.

Come to the formative meeting of the Friends of Stampede….
This Saturday, October 30th, 3 PM, Panguingue Creek Fire Hall
At the meeting we’ll refine, expand, or change our objectives, and get organized for action. If you have any questions or concerns, contact us a, or call Hannah Ragland at 683-0333.

HB 244 Sunsets

September 11, 2010

This month we bid adieu to HB 244. Those with long memories recall that in 2001, the Alaska legislature authorized conveyance of up to 3,500 acres of land to the Denali Borough for the purpose of providing a railroad and utility corridor from Healy west to the Denali National Park boundary. The legislation specifically described this as a land grant to facilitate the development of a railroad by Kantishna Holdings, the brainchild of Joe Fields of Fairbanks. Fields had spent the better part of a decade promoting a privately-funded tourist railroad from Healy to Kantishna, and despite the fact he had no obvious experience, capital, or investors the legislature decided to support his endeavor. Read more


DCC opposes a move to restart North Access

February 17, 2006

This project, spawned during the Frank Murkowski administration, was a last ditch attempt to restart North Access.  The community, and DCC, opposed it.

DCC comments regarding Stampede Road improvements project 2-17-06


DCC provides comments on alternatives for North Access EIS

November 30, 2005

North Access into Denali was a touchstone of our work as an organization for several years. These are our final comments on the EIS alternatives for the proposed project. No road was ever built.

DCC comments on North Access 11-30-2005


DCC comments during North Access Reconaissance Study scoping

February 23, 2003

The study of and controversy on North Access into Denali National Park lasted more than three years. We commented during scoping, then later, when the study had developed alternatives.

DCC comments during scoping for the North Access Reconnaissance Study 2-23-2003


DCC speaks against the Denali Rail Bill in House Finance

April 23, 2001

We felt that a railroad to Kantishna, proposed in this bill, would be tremendously expensive and cause real impacts both to park lands between and to Kantishna itself.

Testimony before House Finance on Kantishna Rail Bill HB 244 4-23-2001


DCC speaks against the Denali Rail Bill

April 17, 2001

We felt that a railroad to Kantishna, proposed in this bill, would be tremendously expensive and cause real impacts both to park lands between and to Kantishna itself.

Testimony before House Transportation on Kantishna Rail Bill 4-17-2001