Alaska Statutes.
Title 38. Public Land
Chapter 4. Policy For Use and Classification of State Land Surface
Section 30. Land Availability Programs.
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AS 38.04.030. Land Availability Programs.

Programs that may be used by the director to make the state's land surface available for private use under AS 38.04.020 - 38.04.055 include sale of whole or partial rights to the fee simple estate, including conveyance of agricultural use rights; leasing; open-to-entry; homesiting; homesteading; permitting for construction and occupation of cabins in isolated locations on land retained in state ownership; and other methods as provided by law. However, agricultural use rights may be conveyed only after consulting with the Board of Agriculture and Conservation.

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