Revised comprehensive conservation plan: Koyukuk/Northern Unit Innoko/Nowitna National Wildlife Refuges : decision summary
Revised Comprehensive Conservation Plan (Plan, Revised Plan) and Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Arctic Refuge, Refuge)
This Comprehensive Conservation Plan is a revision of the 1988 plan currently used to manage Arctic Refuge. The revised plan describes six alternatives for Refuge management and assesses the effects of implementing each of the alternatives. The document, with links, is divided into four volumes: an introduction, appendices, comment analysis, and sample of public comments.
PURPOSE: The implementation of a revised comprehensive conservation plan for the Kodiak National Wildlife of Alaska is proposed. The plan would replace the management plan adopted in 1987 and guide management of the refuge for the next 15 years. One of the 16 national refuges in Alaska, Kodiak Refuge encompasses 1.6 million acres of lands and waters on the Kodiak Archipelago. More specifically, the refuge includes the southwestern two-thirds of Kodiak Island all of Uganik Island, and 54,000 acres on Afognak and Ban islands. The refuge i9s rich in cultural and biological resources. Three levels of management direction are addressed with respect to conservation direction, specifically, regional management for all...
Draft revised comprehensive conservation plan and environmental assessment: Selawik National Wildlife Refuge
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge: Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area, draft management plan and environmental assessment
"Identifies three alternatives for enhancing wildlife viewing, environmental education, interpretation, photography, and other non-conflicting wildlife-dependent recreation opportunities throughout the 44,000 acre Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area. It also presents our evaluation of the environmental consequences associated with implementing each of the alternatives. The final version of this plan will guide future management of the Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area"--Transmittal letter.