Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
Section 167. Incompatible Uses.
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AS 41.21.167. Incompatible Uses.

(a) The land and water areas described in AS 41.21.161 are not open to mineral entry under AS 38.05.135 - 38.05.275.

(b) The regulations adopted under AS 41.21.165 shall recognize that the current practice of traditional subsistence and recreational activities includes the use of small outboard motors and snow machines. Reasonable access by aircraft for recreational purposes shall be permitted.

(c) Development and operation of a hydroelectric site at Lake Elva or Grant Lake is not considered an incompatible use.

(d) Development and operation of campsites on or adjacent to major spawning and breeding areas are incompatible uses unless it can be shown by a preponderance of evidence that the fishery and wildlife habitat and breeding areas will not be adversely affected to a significant degree by the development and operation.

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