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Federal subsistence regulations in Alaska

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Federal subsistence regulations in Alaska

Hearing before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Sixth Congress, ... August 23, 2000, Anchorage, Alaska (S. hrg)

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ISBN 100160648599
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Current State of Alaska Resident Hunting License; Permitted GMU 22A Federal Subsistence Harvest Season: Moose: August 15 - September View the Unit 22 map and hunting regulations in the Federal Subsistence Regulations Book. The winners’ artwork will be published on either the cover of the Subsistence Management Regulations for the Harvest of Wildlife on Federal Public Lands in Alaska book, or the Subsistence Management Regulations for the Harvest of Fish and Shellfish on Federal Public Lands in Alaska book, both distributed statewide.

Regulations for subsistence halibut fishing in Alaska are adopted by the federal National Marine Fisheries Service based on recommendations from the federal North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Under these regulations, you must be a resident of one a specifically-designated rural Alaska community or a member of a specifically-designated. Current State of Alaska Resident Hunting License; Permitted GMU 22D Remainder Federal Subsistence Harvest Season: Muskox: August 1 – March View the Unit 22 map and hunting regulations in the Federal Subsistence Regulations Book.

Federal Subsistence Hunting Regulations Chronology, present Hunting Proposals Considered by the Federal Subsistence Board, present Office of Subsistence Management Budget and Employee Strength, present Proposed Staff and Budget for Federal Subsistence Fisheries Management, Summer   The final rule for Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska, Subparts A, B, and C (57 FR , published ) implemented the Federal Subsistence Management Program and included a framework for an annual cycle for subsistence hunting and fishing regulations.


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Federal subsistence regulations in Alaska by United States Download PDF EPUB FB2

The regulations book contains the Federal subsistence seasons, harvest limits, permit requirements, customary and traditional use determinations, and methods and means of taking fish and shellfish from Federal public waters in Alaska. 8/12/ Alaska state law directs the Board of Game and Board of Fisheries to provide a reasonable opportunity for subsistence uses first, before providing for other uses of any harvestable surplus of a fish or game population [AS (b)].

This is often referred to as the “subsistence preference” or sometimes the "subsistence priority." Alaska state law () also directs the Division of Subsistence to. Federal subsistence fishing is managed by the Office of Subsistence Management, U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service. The following is a link to the current federal regulations and requirements. Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska.

Visit the subistence section of our website for more information. Federal Subsistence Some subsistence hunting and fishing in Alaska is regulated by agencies of the federal government.

The State of Alaska provides information to the Federal Subsistence Board through the State-Federal Subsistence Liaison Office including biological and statistical data, official State comments to proposed regulation and other issues decided by the board.

Federal subsistence regulations in Alaska book This proposed rule would establish regulations for fish and shellfish seasons, harvest limits, methods, and means related to taking of fish and shellfish for subsistence uses during the and regulatory years. The Federal Subsistence Board (Board) is on a schedule of completing.

Printed copies of the regulations book are expected to go out within the next three weeks. The regulations book contains the Federal subsistence seasons, harvest limits, permit requirements.

The Federal Subsistence Management Program is a multi-agency effort to provide the opportunity for a subsistence way of life by rural Alaskans on Federal public lands and waters while maintaining healthy populations of fish and wildlife. Subsistence fishing and hunting provide a large share of the food consumed in rural Alaska.

Hunting Regulations — Complete Booklet (For high-speed internet connections.) – Alaska Hunting Regulations (PDF 9, kB) (Entire booklet, pages) Hunting Regulations — Individual Sections (For slower internet connections.) General Information (PDF 1. An estimated million pounds of wild foods are harvested annually by rural subsistence users.

Residents of more populated urban areas harvest about million pounds of wild food under subsistence, personal use, and sport regulations. Learn more about subsistence in Alaska. Per OMB Circular A, federal travelers " must provide a tax exemption certificate to lodging vendors, when applicable, to exclude state and local taxes from their hotel bills." GSA's SmartPay team maintains the most current state tax information, including any applicable forms.

2 — Alaska Subsistence Spring/Summer Migratory Bird Harvest Regulations General Overview This booklet is a simplified informative summary of the Alaska subsistence spring/summer migratory bird harvest regulations contained in 50 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part There may be errors or omissions that have.

The Federal Subsistence Management Program divides Alaska into 10 subsistence resource regions, each represented by a Subsistence Regional Advisory Council.

These 10 Councils provide an opportunity for Alaskans to contribute in a meaningful way to the management of subsistence resources. SUBSISTENCE HUNTING GAME MANAGEMENT UNIT 13The BLM Glennallen Field Office (GFO) administers a caribou and moose harvest opportunity for Federally qualified subsistence users on approximatelyacres of unencumbered BLM lands within Game Management Unit (GMU) Most of these unencumbered BLM lands are adjacent to the Richardson Highway in blocks both North.

For the reasons set out in the preamble, the Federal Subsistence Board amends ti partand ti partof the Code of Federal Regulations, as set forth below. Start Part PART__SUBSISTENCE MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS FOR PUBLIC LANDS IN ALASKA End Part Start Amendment Part. On Jthe Federal Subsistence Board (Board) adopted Temporary Wildlife Special Action WSA with modification to close the Federal public lands that are open to Federal subsistence hunting in Units 13A and 13B to moose and caribou hunting by non-Federally qualified users for the and seasons.

This factsheet answers common questions and concerns about. The subsistence fishing and shellfish regulations published in this book are effective April 1, –Ma and are published separately from Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations.

The Alaska Department of Fish & Game regulations con. The Federal Subsistence Program is under the direction of the Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture in Washington, D.C. The Secretaries have delegated the management of fish and wildlife resources for subsistence uses on federal public lands in Alaska to the Federal Subsistence Board.

Federal officials, however, knew they held the upper hand; according to Section (d) of ANILCA, the federal government could legally assume control over the subsistence program if the state, by December 2, failed to adopt regulations related to definition, preference, and participation (as specified in Sections, and ).

Federal Subsistence Harvest of Wildlife Regulations book now available. An electronic version of the July 1, to J Federal Subsistence Management Regulations for the Harvest of Wildlife on Federal Public Lands in Alaska book is now available on the Federal Subsistence Management Program’s website.

(As noted in Chapter 5, this term had originally been defined in Marchin a Cook Inlet fisheries case, using ten criteria.) When the state, the following spring, formally assumed management of subsistence resources on federal lands, that definition was applied to NPS and other federal lands in Alaska.

Game Management Unit 25C. The BLM Alaska Eastern Interior Field Office (EIFO) administers federal subsistence hunting for caribou, moose, and other game species in the White Mountains National Recreation Area (WMNRA) and the Steese National Conservation Area (SNCA). Hunting for caribou in Game Management Units (Unit) 25C is managed through joint State/Federal registration permits.The final section analysis determination appeared in the April 6,ROD and concluded that the Federal Subsistence Management Program, under Alternative IV with an annual process for setting subsistence regulations, may have some local impacts on subsistence uses, but will not likely restrict subsistence uses significantly.

Alaska Subsistence Proposed Rule Scheduled for publication The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of Fish & Game, and Alaska Native representatives from each of the 10 subsistence regions in Alaska have worked collaboratively since to co-manage the spring and summer migratory bird subsistence harvest season.