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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Office sign outside of Anchorage District and Field Office in the winter

Anchorage Field Office

The BLM Anchorage Field Office manages 23.6 million acres of public lands located throughout southcentral, southwest, and northwest Alaska.  The Nome Field Station is located on the Seward Peninsula, and is staffed year-round. Notable recreation opportunities include floating the Unalakleet Wild River, visiting the Iditarod National Historic Trail, and using the extensive trail network on Campbell Tract in Anchorage.

View Anchorage Field Office Boundary Map

Leadership

Bonnie Million

Field Manager