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DCC Comments on the NPS Wonder Lake Weather Station EA

May 8, 2014

Wonder Lake Lenticular Photo by Jennifer Raffaeli

Wonder Lake Lenticular
Photo by Jennifer Raffaeli

On May 5, DCC submitted comments regarding the EA for a Climate Station west of the Wonder Lake Campground in Denali National Park and Preserve.

DCC generally supported the preferred alternative of siting a USCRN climate station in a location close to an existing road near Wonder Lake campground, noting the long-term benefit to science. However, we raised a few concerns as the station will lie close to the Wilderness boundary and within a development zone in the Wilderness exclusion intended for campgrounds, rest areas, trailheads, utility corridors, gravel acquisition, and parking.

To view our complete comments, click on the link:DCC Comments-Wonder Lake Weather Station-5-5-14 and to see the EA go to:


DCC Annual Meeting Sunday May 18

April 30, 2014

DCC Annual Meeting PosterCome one, come all! The DCC Annual Membership Meeting and Dessert Social will be happening at the McKinley Community Center on Sunday May 18, 2014. Start off going for a bird walk with board member Nan Eagleson at 6PM if you choose. The social will get started at 7PM to dive into dessert and then dive in and discuss what issues DCC is currently invested in. See you there!

Click here to view a PDF of the DCC Annual Meeting Poster. Please share with friends. All are welcome.


Open House at “The Homestead”

March 19, 2014

Soon the summer season will be upon us and our community will grow by hundreds as seasonal employees come back to Denali for work. This year, a few more of those employees will be living in Healy. Princess Cruises and Holland America Line have been busy working on “The Homestead,” their new employee housing in Healy.  They are having an open Read more


DNR’s Amendments Do Not Address Alaskans Concerns

March 12, 2014

House Bill 77 – DNR’s Amendments Don’t Address Main Alaskan Concerns

By Dave Theriault, Alaska Center for the Environment Campaign Manger

Overview: DNR unveiled changes to House Bill 77 Monday afternoon. Amendments to the bill do not address major problems with the legislation. The most controversial sections of the legislation Read more


DCC Comments on Board of Game’s 2013/2014 Proposed Regulation Changes

February 5, 2014

The Alaska Board of Game is the state’s regulatory authority that passes regulations to conserve and develop Alaska’s wildlife resources. Every two years, members of the public, organizations, advisory committees, and department staff can submit proposals for changes to existing regulations. Public comment, in combination with Advisory Committee comments and Alaska Department of Fish and Game (department) staff presentations, then provide the Board of Game with useful biological and socioeconomic data to form decisions.

Currently, the Alaska Board of Game considers regional proposals to change regulations on a two year cycle and statewide regulations on a four year cycle. This year the Interior Region (Region III) as well as some statewide regulation proposals were up for review. The Wildlife Committee of DCC board members recently met to discuss Read more


Nov-Dec DCC NEWS is available online

December 31, 2013

If you have not received a paper copy of the DCC News, you may click the link below for our Nov-Dec 2013 issue. A full 16 pages, it covers a number of issues that affect both Denali National Park and the lands and governments at the park’s gateway.

For example, Barbara Brease writes a detailed article on recent proposals to protect Denali’s wolves in response to their very low numbers inside the park, Charlie Loeb revisits the unresolved issue of snowmachine use in the park additions, and Brian Okonek warns that planning for the proposed South Denali Visitor Center complex is not keeping up with construction.

These and many more articles are included, plus thanks to our latest new and renewed members (more donations have arrived since then and will be announced in our Jan-Feb 2014 DCC News).

DCC News – November-December 2013


DCC, DEC and Polar Educators Int’l to screen “Chasing Ice” at DEC.

August 3, 2013

Chasing Ice PosterIn partnership with Denali Education Center and Polar Educators International, Denali Citizens Council will be continuing their Environmental Film Series with a screening of the film “Chasing Ice”, Thursday September 5th beginning 7pm at the Charles Sheldon Center.

Chasing Ice is the story of one man’s mission to change the tide of history by gathering undeniable evidence of climate change.  Using time-lapse cameras, his videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate.

For more information visit:  http//



DCC asks that NPS rescue orphaned moose calf

July 1, 2013

In the wake of the killing of is mother by an armed park guest earlier in June, and the death of its sibling, an orphaned moose calf has been spotted in the employee housing area at Denali National Park. On June 30th, DCC wrote a letter to Superintendent Don Striker requesting that the park stop using aversive techniques on this calf and instead  capture it and allow a third party agency to raise it until it can have a better chance of survival in the wild. To read our letter, click below.  If you support our views on this subject, an email to the Superintendent would be useful.

DCC Letter to Superintendent-June 30


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.


New Denali Superintendent Selected

December 4, 2012

Newspapers in West Virginia are reporting that Don Striker, the superintendent of New River Gorge National River, is leaving to take the position of superintendent at Denali National Park and Preserve. As of this writing, we have not seen anything official from the National Park Service. This article contains some interesting information about Striker’s accomplishments and values while at New River Gorge.

UPDATE: NPS now has a press release out at

NPS Photo


DCC suggests changes in Final Denali Vehicle Management Plan

July 21, 2012

A transit bus pauses below Stony Overlook on a clear day

(Read our comments at;
DCC Comments on Final Vehicle Management Plan 7-20-12)

When the Final Denali Vehicle Management Plan was released on June 29, 2012, three DCC board members read and analyzed it for changes reflecting ours and others’ concerns.

We’d been told that there would be a daily vehicle limit in the plan, as a response to public concerns about operating the plan under no fixed limit.  We appreciated this effort on the part of NPS. However, the limit provided in the plan, 160 vehicles per day, is so high as to be virtually un-testable in the near future and we felt that, because it had been so rarely actually experienced on the park road it was not sufficiently vetted using indicators, standards and the new traffic scheduling model. We told NPS that a daily limit is a positive step, but the limit should be more conservative and that the structuring of the limit was not adequately covered in the Final plan and should be submitted to further analysis and NEPA compliance.

In addition, although we appreciated many features in the Final plan, we let NPS know that other aspects of the plan did not, in our opinion, meet plan goals and needed reconsideration, including:

  1. Insufficient support for transit priority and affordability in the plan
  2. Removal of caps on day-tours to Kantishna
  3. Removal of the camper bus
  4. Absence of “bus parked standards” for Polychrome and Stony
  5. No language indicating how NPS will move to institute more equitable marketing for both tour and transit.
  6. Absence of analysis of infrastructural and roadside impacts of the plan.

To read our detailed comments, click the link below:
DCC Comments on Final Vehicle Management Plan 7-20-12

You can comment on this plan until July 30th at:

Or comment by email to

Since this is a Final EIS, we are not certain how NPS will use our comments. However, there is nothing to prevent their accepting suggestions and including them in the Record of Decision, a document that finalizes the plan and can be posted 30 days after the Final EIS is released to the public.


Read our May-June DCC News

June 24, 2012

Our latest newsletter contains articles on our Healy Gas Appeal, Denali’s Wolves, Sustina-Watana Hydro, our Annual Meeting, and Nancy’s recent trip into the park. Click below to view it online.

May-June DCC News


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