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An Energy Workshop on Oct 8th, AFE Early Registration by Oct 10th, Call for Presentations Until Oct 31st

USDA Invests $20 Million to Hire 11,000 Youth and Veterans on Forest Lands

Public Comment Period Extended for Cook Inlet Risk Assessment -

Land and Water Conservation Fund seeks Alaska grant applications

Secretary Vilsack Highlights Innovative Conservation Efforts during Midwest Farm Visit

NOAA M/V Rainier Fuel Discharge

Anchorage Heritage Land Bank Advisory Commission

The Berry Company, Fred Meyer Stores, University of Alaska-Anchorage Collect Tons of Outdated Telephone Directories in Anchorage for Recycling

Mitigating Contamination on Alaska Native Lands

Mitigating Contamination on Alaska Native Lands

The modern history of Alaska is one of massive transfers of land from one government entity to another. Prior to statehood, the federal government owned nearly all the land in Alaska. In 1959, the new state of Alaska got the right to select 104 million acres. As part of the 1971 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, Alaska Natives were granted title to 44 million acres—and about $1 billion—in return for relinquishing aboriginal rights to their land in order to permit construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.

USDA Reminds Farmers of 2014 Farm Bill Conservation Compliance Changes

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