The Intro image has text that reads: Connecting People to the Land. Two people walking the lake trail in front of the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center. A close up shot of blueberries. An older gentleman sitting down and fishing from the side of a large boat A small boy and a man fishing from the beach. A group of school-age children working on an outdoor project in along a snowy river bank. A man standing on a boardwalk reading an interpretive sign. A variety of people in a campground – an older woman, woman in a wheelchair, a young child, woman with a dog and a bicyclist A group of people gathering mushrooms on the Forest. Two kayakers on the water watching the setting sun.

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Features

Draft Land Management Plan and DEIS Available for Public Review and Comment

We encourage you to review the draft Land Management Plan and draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Chugach National Forest. The draft documents reflect years of analyses and extensive public participation, and we want to keep that public involvement going! Review the documents on our Land Management Plan Revision webpage and then submit your comments within the 90-day comment period. All of the details on how to submit comments are on the webpage. 


Opportunity for Comment on Portage Curve Multimodal Connector Project

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The Forest Service request public comment on plan for a multimodal recreational path along the Seward Highway between Ingram Creek and an area north of Twentymile River. The comment period begins August 27 and ends September 26th, 2018.


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Spotlights

Ride the Train to Spencer Glacier Whistle Stop!

Visit a backcountry paradise only accessible by rail. A Chugach National Forest Ranger guides hikes or explore on your own before catching the train back from the wilderness.

National Visitor Use Monitoring Program

This summer you may see Chugach National Forest employees at recreation sites and along Forest Service roads conducting interviews of visitors...

 




Chugach Children's Forest

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The Chugach Children’s Forest creates opportunities for Alaska’s diverse youth and communities to connect with the over five million acres of the Chugach National Forest.

Carter Lake Trail Work

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Chugach Children’s Forest created a new youth crew to engage on the forest. The Chugach Forest Conservation crew is made up of youth from Alaska who work with forest staff.



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