Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 15. Forests
Section 315. Multiple-Use Management.
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AS 41.15.315. Multiple-Use Management.

(a) The Haines State Forest Resource Management Area shall be managed under the principles of multiple use and sustained yield and under AS 41.17.

(b) The Department of Fish and Game is responsible for the management of fish and game resources in the Haines State Forest Resource Management Area under applicable law and in a manner consistent with AS 41.15.300 - 41.15.330 except that an opportunity for continued traditional use of the Haines State Forest Resource Management Area at levels and by traditional methods and means is guaranteed. The traditionally compatible uses include but are not limited to fishing, hunting, trapping, berry picking, subsistence, and recreational uses, operation of motorized vehicles, and the harvest of personal-use firewood.

(c) The control of highway access within the Haines State Forest Resource Management Area is the responsibility of the department except that the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is responsible for the repair and maintenance of public roads in the Haines State Forest Resource Management Area.

(d) The state land and water described in AS 41.15.305 (a) are closed to sale under state land disposal laws. The commissioner may lease the land described in AS 41.15.305 (a) under AS 38.05.070 - 38.05.105 for a purpose consistent with AS 41.15.300 (a) and a municipality may select land in the Haines State Forest Resource Management Area under law.

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