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Welcome to the Anchorage Field Office

The BLM Anchorage Field Office manages 17 million acres of public lands located throughout southcentral, southeast, southwest, and western Alaska. These lands are among the most culturally, politically, and biologically diverse in the nation. more>>   

Anchorage Field Office boundary map

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Please use caution while recreating in the outdoors and practice "bear aware" techniques: travel in groups, make noise and carry bear spray. For more info, visit "Living with Bears" by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

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Land Use Planning
Nome Field Station
Dillingham Field Station
Iditarod National Historic Trail
Unalakleet National Wild River

Campbell Tract
Campbell Creek Science Center
Field Office NEPA Register
Hazardous Materials Program
Red Devil Mine Projects



In the News

BSWI team mtg May 2014

BLM and cooperating agencies review scoping comments for the Bering Sea-Western Interior Resource Management Plan.

  • Thank you to 2014 Anchorage Weed Smackdown volunteers! more>>
  • Student Conservation Association crewmembers tackle invasive plants at BLM Campbell Tract! more>>

How to Contact Us:

Alan Bittner
Field Manager
BLM Anchorage Field Office
4700 BLM Road
Anchorage, AK 99507-2599

Phone (907) 267-1246 or
(800) 478-1263
Fax (907) 267-1267
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.