Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
Section 904. Activities of Corps.
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AS 41.21.904. Activities of Corps.

The corps may be assigned

(1) to provide staff services for public agencies involved in planning for the future of our environment;

(2) tasks of cleaning litter from city streets, highways, local parks, neighborhoods, beaches, natural forests, rivers, creeks, state and national parks on a continuing basis;

(3) to participate in neighborhood improvement programs including the creation of neighborhood parks and playgrounds, supplementing local government efforts on a voluntary basis on request;

(4) to fire prevention activities in forest land, including the cleaning of brush and deadfalls and the construction and maintenance of fire trails and firebreaks and firefighting in time of need;

(5) the task of building and maintaining hiking and riding trails and campsites, improving wildlife habitats and protection of wildlife refuges and wilderness areas under supervision of the Department of Fish and Game;

(6) to participate in drainage and erosion control improvements on public land and the reforestation of fire-devastated areas;

(7) the task of conducting conservation summer camp programs for youths to learn and practice conservation skills;

(8) monitoring duties in areas of environmental concern where control and enforcement are maintained such as the monitoring of air and water pollution levels or checking on how well developers are meeting subdivision regulations.

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