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Central Yukon Field Office

Map of the portion of Alaska covered by Central Yukon Field OfficeFrom its office in Fairbanks, the Central Yukon Field Office manages 22.1 million acres of public lands stretching from the Canadian border to northwestern Alaska. The office's area of responsibility includes a 2-million-acre corridor of public lands straddling the Dalton Highway from the Yukon River to the north side of the Brooks Range. During the summer the field office staffs two facilities along the Dalton Highway: the Arctic Interagency Visitor Center in Coldfoot and a visitor contact station at Yukon Crossing. A field station in Kotzebue is staffed year-round.

 


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Field Office map
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Central Yukon Field Office NEPA Register

Popular Destinations

Dalton Highway

Crossing the Arctic Circle

Contact Us

Central Yukon Field Office
1150 University Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99709

(907)474-2200 or
1-800-437-7021
CentralYukon@blm.gov