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DCC Questions Denali Superintendent on Road Use

Posted: November 11, 2018

On October 22, the DCC Board of Directors sent Denali Superintendent Don Striker a letter containing a series of questions and concerns about the management of the Denali park road. Many of the concerns have been percolating since the park began implementing the 2012 Vehicle Management Plan, and some were highlighted in conversations with members over the course of the summer.

We have asked the National Park Service for a response, and will post it here when we receive one. You may read the letter itself in the PDF linked below.

DCC Vehicle Management Questions 10-22-18

We welcome any elaboration, thoughts, or concerns members have about park road management in the comments here or on our Facebook page.


DCC Annual Meeting scheduled for June 8, 2018

Posted: May 12, 2018

Join us at Tonglen Lake Lodge for refreshments, networking and discussion of local issues on Friday, June 8, 2018.

We’ll start at 6:30 PM with refreshments, and will call the meeting to order at 7 PM.

Bring a friend, as non-members are welcome. Members are encouraged to vote in our board election, which will close that evening.


Help advocate for Denali Wolves at Board of Game: Comments due Feb 3

Posted: January 23, 2017


Map showing extent of DCC-AWA Proposal

The Alaska Board of Game will be holding its Region III meeting in Fairbanks from February 17th through February 25th. During that meeting the board will be considering two proposals for areas closed to wolf hunting adjacent to the northeast corner of Denali National Park.

Denali Citizens Council and the Alaska Wildlife Alliance have supported a complete closure of wolf hunting-trapping in the Stampede Townships and Nenana Canyon, areas where radio-locations of wolves show they are vulnerable to hunting and trapping on state lands.

Read the DCC-AWA Proposal here.  It will be considered by the Board of Game as Proposal 142.

We urge you to send the Alaska Board of Game a comment in support of our proposal. Important points to consider are:

  • The predictable vulnerability of wolves that den and spend summers inside Denali Park when conducting forays onto state lands in winter and spring.
  • The importance of wolf conservation in this region of the state of Alaska, where tourists from around the world come to see diverse animal groups.
  • The economic importance of the conservation of wildlife in this region to the state of Alaska, bringing millions of dollars into the local economy yearly.
  • The clear statutory authority of the Board of Game in providing for conservation of resources, and the appropriateness of making that type of decision for these particular lands.

How to comment.

Click on this link on the Board of Game website, and provide your comments on the form provided. Due February 3, 2017. Be sure to select Interior/Northeast Region in the drop-down header.


The National Park Service has submitted a proposal for seasonal closures on a slightly different map.Read the NPS Proposal here. It will be considered by the board of game as Proposal 141. We do not oppose this proposal, but feel it does not go far enough toward providing adequate protection for wolves in this area. You may submit comments on this proposal at the same link above.


DCC requests Stampede wolf hunting closure this season

Posted: August 8, 2016

200px-Fish_game_logoIn early August, the Denali Citizens Council asked the Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Sam Cotten, to close wolf hunting and hunting under a trapping license this season. Our letter was meant to coincide with the opening of wolf hunting season, which currently extends from August 10 to April 15th.

In it, we referred to our long history of using the system to seek more proactive management of the Wolf Townships and greater protection for wolves whose numbers are low in the entire subunit 20C.

Our letter also contained the request that Cotten visit the Denali Borough and join us for our next Annual Meeting. We seek a collaborative solution to address conservation in the Wolf Townships.

Read the letter here    DCC Letter to Commissioner Cotten


DCC Opposes Suction Dredge mining in Kantishna

Posted: June 8, 2016

MapA request to do in-stream suction dredge mining on a small fresh water stream with important grayling habitat has been submitted to the National Park Service, and DCC commented on the Environmental Assessment the service developed.

We opposed this project unequivocally, as a threat to streambed habitat and nearby resources, and because it reverses settled policy supporting willing seller buyout of mining claims in Kantishna.  NPS has had more than 26 years to make the buyout, and because of a failure of vision, has neglected to do so.

Read our comments at the link below.

DCC Comments on Eldorado Mining Plan of Operations FINAL


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