- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
- Section 180. Purpose of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230.
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AS 41.23.180. Purpose of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230.
The purpose of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230 is to establish the area described in AS 41.23.230 as the Knik River Public Use Area. The Knik River Public Use Area
is established to
- (1) perpetuate and enhance
- (A) general public recreation;
- (B) public enjoyment of fish and wildlife;
- (2) protect and maintain migratory waterfowl nesting areas; habitats for moose, Dall sheep, and brown bear; and
other fish and wildlife habitat so that traditional public use of fish and wildlife populations may continue;
- (3) provide an area for the public to enjoy the full spectrum of public uses, including maintenance and enhancement
of off-road motorized vehicle and nonmotorized recreational opportunities;
- (4) allow
- (A) continued motorized access for miners and owners of private property in the Knik River Public Use Area; and
- (B) additional public uses of the area determined by the commissioner to be compatible with this section.
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