- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 38. Public Land
- Chapter 4. Policy For Use and Classification of State Land Surface
- Section 70. Management Categories.
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AS 38.04.070. Management Categories.
State land classified for uses and purposes involving retention in public ownership may be included in the following
- (1) state public reserve land: areas of public land to be managed for a wide variety of compatible uses and purposes in
accordance with the principles of multiple use and sustained yield; land designated to this category may include, but
need not be limited to, state forest reserves and state wildlife reserves as well as land classified for public
purposes within settlement impact areas;
- (2) state parks: areas with special recreational, scenic, cultural, historical, wilderness, or similar values, to be
managed primarily for the public use and enjoyment of these values;
- (3) state trails: a system of public historic or recreational trails;
- (4) wild and scenic rivers: a system of rivers and adjacent state land with special natural, scenic, and recreational
values located within or adjacent to a wild and scenic river area managed as part of the national system of wild and
scenic rivers in accordance with 16 U.S.C. 1271 - 1287 (Wild and Scenic Rivers Act);
- (5) state public domain: land within areas designated on regional plans as settlement and settlement impact which are not
part of the management categories listed in (1) - (4) of this section; through classification, this land may be made
available for private use, settlement, and development as well as for public uses associated with settlement and
Article 04. ACCESS TO STATE LAND
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