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Integrated Invasive Plant Management for the Dalton Management Area

 Thumbnail image of project map for Dalton Invasive Plants Management Plan
 Click on the image above for a larger map of the project area (PDF/187 KB).
Since it was opened to the general public in 1995, the Dalton Highway has become a gateway for tourism and recreation as well as the industrial activities for which it was originally built. Unfortunately, the highway has also become an avenue for the northward expansion of invasive plants. Twenty-eight non-native invasive plant species have already been identified on lands along or near the highway. Serious economic and ecological harm is predicted if these species are left to expand their range.

To help address the problem, the BLM is implementing a five-year Integrated Invasive Plant Strategic Plan for the Dalton Management Area. The purpose of this strategic plan is to provide a strategy for the control, monitoring, prevention, and management of invasive plants in cooperation with state and federal agencies, private industry, landowners, and the public.

This website provides the latest information on the plan, including the associated Environmental Assessment (EA) that the BLM finalized in 2013. 

On the Documents and Maps pages you can find background documents, maps, meeting announcements, published bulletins, and other documents.

Update: Download the final Environmental Assessment (PDF/6.7 MB), which includes the strategic plan.

Contact Us:

Bureau of Land Management
Central Yukon Field Office
1150 University Avenue
Fairbanks, AK 99709