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The public is invited to review and comment on a proposed concession contract to operate Arctic Valley Ski Area within Chugach State Park. The proposed concession contract includes maintenance of the parking area, trails, and facilities in the area. The Arctic Valley Ski Area is currently operated by the Anchorage Ski Club (ASC), a non-profit. The proposed concession contract would allow ASC to continue to operate the amsterdam tours ski area, and to continue to maintain the parking area, trails, and other facilities.

Comments must be submitted by 5:00 PM, Friday, February 15, 2019 to be considered timely. DPOR will consider all timely written comments received. If analysis of the comments indicates the need for significant changes to this Preliminary Decision, additional public notice will be given.

If this Preliminary Decision and proposed contract are approved without significant changes, a Final Finding Decision will be issued without further public notice. Upon issuance of the Final Finding Decision, a copy of the final decision will be posted on the DPOR website and sent to anyone who comments along with an explanation of the appeal process.

Location amsterdam hostels: Meet and sign in at the Quartz Lake cabin. The Quartz Lake State Recreation Area is 10 miles north of Delta Junction and is reached by a three-mile road at Mile 277.8 of the Richardson Highway. Follow the signs to the boat ramp and park in the parking lot adjacent to the Glatfelder Trailhead. From there the group will ski, hike, or snowshoe to the historic Glatfelder log amsterdam open air cabin.

The ice fishing huts measure eight feet by twelve feet. They have a wood-burning stove and four fishing holes. All other equipment and supplies must be provided by the user. Suggested items to bring include an ice auger and/or spud bar, stools or seats, a lantern or flashlight, a shovel, firewood (12-inch lengths), matches, fishing tackle and bait.

management and resource protection issues for the parks and facilities; including scenic, natural, cultural and historic features, park characteristics, recreational opportunities, and user conflicts. Ketchikan Area State Park units include: Totem Bight State Historical Park, Settler’s Cove State Recreation Site, Refuge Cove State Recreation Site, Grindall Island Public Use Cabin State Marine Park, Black Sands Beach Blank Islands State Marine Park, Betton Island State Marine Park, Grant Island State Marine Park and Dall Bay State Marine Park.

Board members serve for three-year terms with a re-appointment option. Please submit your application to Natural Resource Specialist Aaron Ostby ( aaron.ostby@alaska.gov) at the Totem Bight office or via email for your application to be considered for the term beginning in January 2019. Applications amsterdams omaha are available at: http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/misc/advisboardapp.pdf. The State Park Director has final approval authority to make the board appointment, if you are not selected, we will keep your application on file for one calendar year in case a vacancy occurs.

November 20, 2018 (Anchorage, AK) – Vehicle parking fees are waived amsterdam beer for the day at all parks managed by Alaska State Parks on Friday, November 23. Park visitors are encouraged to get outside and share their outdoor adventures on social media, and throughout the holiday season, by hashtagging: #OptOutside, #alaskastateparks and #akstateparks.

In Anchorage, Alaska State Parks will host an #OptOutside event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on November 23 at Glen Alps trailhead with Heather’s Choice, a backpacking food company that makes healthy adventure meals and snacks. Heathers’ Choice will have free samples of Packaroons and complimentary coffee from SteamDot and Alaska State Parks will be selling 2019 Day Use parking passes ($50/vehicle, credit card purchase only).

November 14, 2018 (Anchorage, AK) – The Division of Parks Outdoor Recreation’s 2019 Day Use Parking Passes will be available for sale starting Thursday, Nov. 15. Day use pass decals are $50 and can be purchased at most regional state parks offices and the Public Information Centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks. To order your pass online, go to https://dnr.alaska.gov/parks amsterdam 420/passes.

In addition to state park offices in regional offices and ranger stations, passes will be available at the DNR Public Information Centers in Anchorage and Fairbanks, visitor centers in Kenai, Soldotna and Homer, the Seward Chamber of Commerce, REI in Anchorage and Fairbanks, and 24 Mile Java on Chena Hot Springs Road. An updated list of all locations to buy passes will be maintained on the state parks website.

October 3, 2018 (Wasilla, AK) – Alaska State Parks Citizen Advisory Boards assist park staff with amsterdam groupon management and development issues. The size of an advisory board varies between 7 and 15. Appointments are made by the Director of Alaska State Parks for up to three year terms. If you would like to serve on a board please fill out the Alaska State Park Advisory Board Application, and mail or email it to the Mat-Su Area Headquarters at dnr.matsuparks@alaska.gov. Meetings are open to the public and are usually held at 7pm in Palmer on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, October through May. More board information is posted here:

October 2, 2018 (Anchorage, AK) – The Department of Natural Resources has extended the comment period for the public to provide input on a draft revision of the Kachemak Bay State Park and Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park Management Plan. The department also has scheduled a public meeting in Homer to discuss the draft plan amsterdam yearly weather. The comment period previously set to end on October 19 will now end on November 16, and an open house meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 29 at the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center, located at 95 Sterling Highway in Homer.

Since the last management plan was adopted in 1995, park uses have increased and changed as the result of changes to the economy, area infrastructure, and tourism trends. The goal of this plan revision is to address these changes, address management challenges, and update recommendations for long‐term facility development. Additionally, the draft plan includes a trail management plan that provides trail sustainability recommendations, trail design and management criteria within the park units.

September 7, 2018 (Anchorage, AK) – The National Association of State Park Directors this amsterdam sightseeing week honored Alaska State Parks’ Office of History and Archaeology with the 2018 Ney Landrum Park History Award for its commemoration of last year’s 150th anniversary of the Alaska Treaty of Cession – the transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States.

Throughout 2017, the Office of History and Archaeology worked with local, state, and federal partners to develop a better understanding of the history and significance of the treaty. The office assisted with events throughout the state to engage Alaskans in conversations amsterdam zaanse schans about the treaty and its impacts, including at the Baranof Castle State Historic Site in Sitka, where the 1867 ceremonial transfer occurred and is annually re-enacted on Alaska Day. This site is significant in Tlingit, Russian, and U.S. history. The office worked with Alaska State Parks interpretive staff to develop a traveling exhibit and book on the treaty and administered grants for historical projects related to the treaty.