Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act of 1980
Next training will be held November 28 thru December 1, 2023.
What is ANILCA?
Through ANILCA, Congress designated new national parklands, wildlife refuges, wilderness areas, and other conservation lands in Alaska; for a total of 139 million acres (more than one third of the state). Congress balanced the unprecedented scale of these designations with similarly unprecedented accommodations for Alaskans’ way of life and reliance on a resource-based economy.
ANILCA Training includes:
- Summary of Alaska’s land history from Territorial days to present
- Context of ANILCA’s passage, e.g., issues of the day that led to the “Great Compromise”
- Overview of ANILCA statutory provisions
- Key access provisions for traditional activities, subsistence, inholdings, and transportation & utility systems
- Subsistence on federal lands
- Wilderness reviews and management
- ANILCA implementation, e.g., federal land plans serve as basis for today’s management
ANILCA Training Objectives
Seek a greater understanding of this sweeping legislation and its influence on conservation policy, business opportunities, Alaska residents’ way of life, resource development, and public land management in Alaska. Understanding ANILCA assists both federal managers and non-federal stakeholders in finding implementation solutions that continue to balance conservation and Alaska’s unique circumstances. Participation by multiple agencies and non-federal stakeholders enriches the learning experience.
Recommended for Federal agencies with ANILCA implementation responsibilities, state and local land and resource managers, Native corporations, tribal entities, rural residents, inholders, as well as community leaders, policy makers, consultants, news media, the academic community, and interested public.
Over a dozen presenters with federal and non-federal subject matter expertise and ANILCA experience.
The $875 tuition includes four half-days of a combination of live online instruction
and videos, printed copy of ANILCA & Amendments; presentation and other supporting documents; and a portable USB drive with an extensive collection of relevant laws, regulations, and other reference materials. There is a nonrefundable $75 deposit fee and there are no refunds, unless a replacement can be found. Non-profits and press can contact us for special rates. Federal employees can register through DOIU Talent if they want the DOIU class credit.
There is no Spring 2023 Training on the Alaska
National Interest Lands Conservation Act while we work on adapting the curriculum for future on-demand courses. The next regular ANILCA
Training is scheduled for November 28 thru December 1, 2023.
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