The Eastern Interior Field Office manages 6.4 million acres of public lands in east-central Alaska. Its area includes the White Mountains National Recreation Area near Fairbanks, the adjacent Steese National Conservation Area and three Wild and Scenic Rivers: Birch Creek, Beaver Creek and the Fortymile River. The office also manages the Pinnell Mountain National Recreation Trail and historic Fort Egbert in Eagle. To cover its far-flung territory, which includes six public campgrounds and numerous other recreational facilities, the office maintains summer field stations in Central, Chicken, and Eagle.
BLM-Alaska has released a Supplement to the Eastern Interior Draft Resource Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement (RMP/EIS) and extended the comment period for the Draft RMP/EIS and Supplement through April 11, 2013News Release>>Eastern Interior Draft RMP/EIS website>> (Instructions if you have problems loading this page.)
Eastern Interior Field Office1150 University AvenueFairbanks, AK 99709