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Environmental Assessment on Telecommunication and Weather Monitoring Improvements Available for Public Comment

May 9, 2013

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release

Release Date: May 9, 2013

Contact:  Kris Fister, kris_fister@nps.gov907-683-9583


Environmental Assessment on Telecommunication and Weather Monitoring Improvements Available for Public Comment

DENALI PARK, Alaska:  The National Park Service (NPS) is considering actions to establish or upgrade telecommunications systems at several locations in Denali National Park and Preserve (DENA) and to locate new weather stations in the park.  New telecommunication and weather installations are needed to improve operations for visitor services, resource management, research, education, park administration, and facilities maintenance. If approved, this project would take place during the summer of 2013.

The NPS has had telecommunication facilities at some locations in the park for decades. The testing of possible sites to locate remote repeaters has led to a plan that would improve coverage for the park radio system and the in-park internet and voice connections. The improvements are needed because radio communication is not reliable in several locations along the Denali Park Road, and staff at remote locations in the park need secure access to the internet in order to utilize the web-based programs required to do their work.

Attempts to install weather stations on Mt. McKinley over the past 20 years have had limited success, as the instruments have never survived the cold, ice, and winds. The NPS has had temporary weather stations on Mt. McKinley during the climbing season, and new technology now makes it possible to locate year-round monitoring equipment on the mountain. The new weather stations are needed on Mt. McKinley and in the Toklat basin to improve the park’s climate change monitoring. Read more


Denali National Park Resource Days Announced

May 6, 2013

Resources Day flyer 2013Denali National Park announces its Resource Days.  Park researchers will share information on research and monitoring efforts occurring inside the park.  Three all-day sessions will be offered May 7th, May 13th and June 3rd.  Park researchers will share information on a variety of topics including wolves, glaciers, climate change and golden eagles to name a few.  These sessions are designed to directly share information with individuals and organizations that interface with the visiting public in the greater Denali area.  For more information see the attached poster  or contact Denali National Park and Preserve.


Mineral Lease Sale Proposed East of Ferry

February 20, 2013

Source: Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority - Trust Land Office, Best Interest Decision Liberty Bell Block Competitive Lease Offering, Appendix A, p.8

Source: Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority – Trust Land Office, Best Interest Decision Liberty Bell Block Competitive Lease Offering, Appendix A, p.8

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority Lands Office is proposing a competitive mineral lease offering on 37,629 acres 12-14 miles east of Ferry in the Bonnifield Mining District. The proposed lease area roughly falls into the California Creek and Totlanika River drainages, and is being referred to as the “Liberty Bell Block.” Gold mining has previously taken place in this vicinity, and the region is considered promising for further finds of both placer and lode gold. The AMHTA Lands Office has released a Best Interest Decision on the competitive lease, and is accepting public comment through March 14 at 4:30pm.

Copies of the press release and Best Interest Decision can be found on the Trust Lands Office website:

Best Interest Decision – Liberty Bell Block


Read more


Environmental Assessment on Plowing of Denali Park Road Available for Public Comment

February 14, 2013

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release
Release Date: February 14, 2013
Contact:  Kris Fister,, 907-683-9583


DENALI PARK, Alaska – An Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluating draft alternatives for plowing the Denali Park Road beyond park headquarters during the winter is now available for public comment. The National Park Service (NPS) is considering plowing the road as far as the Mountain Vista Rest Area (Mile 12) in order to provide vehicle access to an additional nine miles of the road. Goals of each of the three action alternatives evaluated in the EA include increasing the range of recreational opportunities available to winter visitors and providing winter visitors opportunities to potentially view Mt. McKinley from within the park. Read more


AOGCC Fracking Regulation Comment Deadline, Hearing Delayed

January 27, 2013

The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission  has issued two additional public notices since the original notice provided here a couple of weeks ago. The notices push back the deadline for commenting on the proposed hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) regulations to April 1 and the public hearing until 9am on April 4. DCC is working on our comments, and will provide some thoughts to members wishing to comment on this website and in our next newsletter.

AOGCC 2nd Revised Public Notice – Hydraulic Fracturing Regulations


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


Public Comment Period for Alaska National Park Compendiums Open through February 15

January 15, 2013

NPS Press Release:
Alaska’s National Parks invite public comment on each park’s compendium through February 15, 2013

Contact(s): Rebecca Talbott
Phone number: 907-644-3371


The compendium is a compilation of all designations, closures and restrictions imposed under the discretionary authority within the regulations covering national parks. The compendium is a regulatory tool to help manage Alaska’s national park areas for the public’s enjoyment, use and protection.


This year, several NPS areas in Alaska are proposing restrictions to taking wildlife in national preserves. These proposals are based on recent changes in State of Alaska regulations pertaining to the take of wolves, coyotes, and bears in some game management units, including certain national preserves. Other proposed changes include the closure of an old trail in Wrangell-St. Elias where a newly constructed trail reaches the same destination, and human waste disposal practices in Glacier Bay.

The NPS is proposing to prohibit the take of wolves and coyotes between May 1 and August 9 in the following national preserves:  Denali, Read more


New Fracking Regulations under consideration by State of Alaska

January 1, 2013


The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is considering new regulations to govern the practice of fracking in Alaska’s oil and gas industry. These regulations could apply to possible gas drilling on  208,000 acres of state lands licensed to Usibelli Coal Mine for gas exploration, outside the northeast corner of Denali National Park. Public comment on the proposed regulations is being provided and we at DCC will review and comment on the new regulations.  The AOGCC website can be reached at

For more information and a copy of the proposed regs, visit the document linked below.
HydraulicFrac-proposed regs




Alaska Board of Game to Discuss Moratorium on Denali Wolf Buffer Proposals at Special Meeting

December 21, 2012




The Alaska Board of Game (board) will conduct a one-day meeting on Thursday, January 10, 2013, at Harrigan Centennial Hall located at 330 Harbor Drive, Sitka, Alaska, beginning at 9:00 am.  The meeting is in addition to the Southeast Region meeting which is scheduled to begin January 11, 2013, also at the Harrigan Centennial Hall.  No regulatory action will be taken at the January 10th meeting.

Agenda topics for the one day meeting include:  election of officers; approval of the 2013/2014 Board meeting schedule; informational reports provided by the Department of Fish and Game; a report from the Big Game Commercial Services Board concerning issues of over-lapping jurisdiction with the Board of Game; and a discussion on the moratorium on accepting proposals relating to the Denali wolf buffer zone. Read more


Hearing Set on Proposed Hunting Restrictions in Denali National Preserve

December 4, 2012

Date: November 30, 2012
Contact: Kris Fister, (907) 683-9583
Contact: Maureen McLaughlin, (907) 733-9103

DENALI PARK, Alaska: The National Park Service (NPS) will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, December 12, on proposed changes to sport hunting regulations for Denali National Preserve. The proposed changes would prohibit taking brown bears over bait stations, using artificial light to take black bears at dens, taking black bear cubs and sows with cubs, and would shorten the season for hunting wolves and coyotes.

The proposed restrictions renew a previous temporary prohibition on taking black bears at dens and black bear cubs and sows with cubs.The restrictions also respond to recent changes to State of Alaska hunting regulations. Those changes included allowing the killing of brown bears over bait stations in three game management units, which included portions of three National Preserves. The proposed prohibition reflects the NPS concerns about the dangers of food conditioned bears as well as the potential impact to the natural abundance, behavior, distribution, and ecological integrity of brown bear populations. Read more


Public Notice: Alaska DOT&PF Seeks Public Comment on Riley Creek Bridge Replacement

November 13, 2012

The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the Alaska Division of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is seeking public comments on an intended de minimis Section 4(f ) finding for the proposed Riley Creek Bridge Replacement project located near George Parks Highway milepost (MP) 237 and south of the Denali National Park and Preserve (DNP&P) main entrance – Park Road. The proposed project will involve less than 1/10th of an acre of DNP&P property adjacent to Park Road’s intersection with George Parks Highway. Read more


Denali Overflights Advisory Council Meeting in Anchorage

October 15, 2012

Denali National Park and Preserve News Release
Release Date:  October 15, 2012

DENALI PARK, Alaska: The Denali National Park Aircraft Overflights Advisory Council will meet on Friday, October 26 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at the National Park Service’s Alaska Region Office located at 240 West 5th Avenue, Room 518, Anchorage, Alaska.

The Denali National Park Aircraft Overflights Advisory Council advises the Superintendent, through the Secretary of the Interior, on mitigation efforts that should be made to reduce the impacts from aircraft overflights at Denali National Park and Preserve. The group is developing voluntary Read more


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