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Alaska Department of Natural Resources
Division of Mining, Land and Water

Area Plans
Kenai Area Plan

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Area Plan Downloads

(Adopted January 2000)

The first link below is for the entire document, which is quite large and may take considerable time to download on certain internet connections. The other links will take you to specific sections or pages for faster downloads.

Complete Plan PDF

  • Map of the Plan Area PDF
  • Map of the Regions Within the Plan Area PDF
  • Table of Contents PDF
  • Plan Adoption Signatures PDF
  • Errata PDF
  • Note: Due to the size of color map files, and to allow for faster downloading, color maps have all been given separate links. The text files contain pages labeled with the map names in place of the color map. This was done to keep page numbering consistent and to indicate where the maps fit into the text.

    Chapter 1: Introduction PDF

    Includes: Summary of Purpose of the Plan / Description of the Planning Area / How the plan is Organized / Why this Plan was Developed / The Relationship between the Kenai Area Plan and other Plans / How the Plan was developed / Resources and Uses within the Planning Area / What the plan won't do / Summary of Plan Actions / Summary of Plan Implementation and Modification

    Chapter 3: Land Management Policies for Each Management Unit

    Includes: Management Intent / Disposal or Retention in State Ownership / Management Guidelines / Flexibility of the Plan

    Chapter 4: Implementation & Recommendations PDF

    Includes: Introduction / State Land Classification / State Land Conveyance Proposals / Land Selection Recommendations / Mineral Orders / Coastal Management Coordination / Land Management Consolidation Proposals / Hydrologic Study Recommendations / Procedures for Plan Review / Amendment and Modifications / Access and the Public Trust Doctrine

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