There are a wide variety of ways to participate in decision-making at Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. The link below will take you to the service-wide website where all official decision documents are posted for official public comment. Additionally, the park hosts a variety of public meetings, not only regarding these types of decision-making documents but also to ensure regular communication with local people and the broader public through Subsistence Resource Committee meetings and public meetings regarding annual changes to the Superintendent's Compendium among other topics. Check our news page for notifications of public meetings. Meetings are also announced through our social media streams.
You can get in touch with us anytime! Pick up the phone and give us a call, send us an email, stop in an office to talk to staff members, or write us a letter. We're always happy to talk to you. Our contact information is here.
Planning & Compliance
Did You Know?
The Snug Harbor Cannery off the coast of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve operated from 1919 to 1980. In its early years the cannery used fish traps, which were banned after Alaska gained statehood.