Temporary closure of Public Rooms and Visitor Centers at Alaska offices

Due to COVID-19, BLM is temporarily restricting in-person public access to visitor centers and public rooms in some of our Alaska offices. LEARN MORE>

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Alaska frontiers

James Hart

Podcast: ANILCA at 40, part 1

ANILCA is turning 40 soon.  Do you know how it has affected federal land management in Alaska?  Do you know what protections are included?  In this two-part series, we explore some of the important highlights of ANILCA.

Eric Tausch

Podcast: It's All Liaison Work

From the small Kodiak Island village of Akhiok, BLM Alaska’s acting Native Liaison Ralph Eluska shares what it was like growing up, leading the Alaska Federation of Natives and bridging a cultural gap for the bureau since 2003. 

Eric Tausch

No bandwidth, no problem for large NEPA Studies

Those who can’t download our robust environmental studies can now get them in the mail faster and easier on wafer cards that can save taxpayers an average of $5,517.75 per analysis over printing and mailing hard copies.

Maureen Clark

Summertime Stewards of Public Lands

For the roughly two dozen teens who cleared brush and trimmed branches on the BLM Campbell Tract trails in August there were sore muscles, calluses, and sun tans.  There was social distancing, mask

Melinda Bolton

BLM Alaska's campground curveball

BLM has been working toward two important goals this summer, recreation access and safety. Read how Alaskan staff overcame obstacles to welcome more people to their public lands.

Eric Tausch

Bureau’s ‘NEPA Register’ makeover is more than skin deep

Make yourself heard faster and easier on BLM land use plans following a major upgrade to the NEPA register. 

Frontiers, is the Bureau of Land Management's news journal for Alaska, delivers exciting and insightful articles on the latest environmental actions, news, policies, and recreational areas. Frontiers connects with a wide audience of active readership, especially those who live, explore, and travel on our spectacular public lands in Alaska.