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    Denali

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

Comment and Review

 
Just as cartographers draw maps that help hikers know where they are going, park planners facilitate the development of guiding documents, or plans, that provide managers with directions for how a park should be managed. Planners bring together the ideas of park staff and interested members of the public to create plans that provide a vision for what the park will be like in the years to come. Your voice is integral in shaping the future of Denali.

How to Comment

Your comments on this draft plan / wilderness study are always welcome and are important throughout the planning process. There are several ways for comments to be submitted.

By Mail
Denali National Park and Preserve - Division of Planning
PO Box 9
Denali Park, AK 99755

Electronically
Below, you'll find a list of any documents actively open for review; as well as a link to a list of all plans or projects upon which you can comment. You may also want to visit the NPS planning website to search for plans or projects from around the national park system that are open for comments.

Please feel free to e-mail us if you have questions.
 

Documents Open for Public Review

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    Other Plans and Projects

    An archive of completed projects as well as projects without documents open for comment may be found on the PEPC website.

    Did You Know?

    a green hillside and a brown scar denoting where a landslide occurred

    Warmer temperatures have led to dramatic thawing of permafrost. Thaw releases carbon, as once-frozen materials decompose, but allows increased plant growth. Researchers in Denali are studying whether thawing permafrost will increase or decrease world-wide carbon emissions.