Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
Section 480. Cooperative Management Agreements.
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AS 41.23.480. Cooperative Management Agreements.

(a) The commissioner may enter into a cooperative management agreement for the management of land and water described in AS 41.23.500 or of other adjacent land and water with a federal agency, a municipality, another agency of the state, or a private landowner.

(b) The commissioner may transfer the management of a specific site within a recreation river corridor described in AS 41.23.500 to a state agency, a municipality, or a private entity to carry out a program authorized by law or to enhance the objectives of the management plan adopted under AS 41.23.440 .

(c) The commissioner may not manage a recreation river corridor described in AS 41.23.500 as a unit of the state park system or as a game refuge, game sanctuary, or a critical habitat. The commissioner may assign management of a recreation facility or site such as a campground or a boat launch to the division of parks.

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