Proposed Commercial Fishing Cabin Environmental Assessment Available for Review
Contact: Allison Banks, Public Information Officer, 907-697-2230
The National Park Service has received an application for construction of a cabin to support commercial fishing activities in the Glacier Bay National Preserve at Dry Bay. The permit applicant is a qualified commercial fisherman. The proposed cabin would be located on a 0.25 acre parcel adjacent to Dog Salmon Creek. Because issuance of the permit would result in soil and vegetation disturbance and new construction, an Environmental Assessment has been prepared to evaluate potential effects to preserve resources.
All Glacier Bay planning projects are now listed on the NPS Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC) website at the following link:
To read and submit comment on this EA, scroll down and click on the project titled
"Commercial Fishing Cabin Permit-Dry Bay"
Comments may be mailed or faxed to Allison Banks, Environmental Protection Specialist at the address above, emailed to e-mail us, or submitted through the link provided above.
Did You Know?
Interglacial stumps can range from 250 to 10,000 years old. Some of these stumps are remnants of forests that predate the Little Ice Age and can help researchers understand the climate history of Glacier Bay.