Visitors and Neighbors

A significant portion of land in the region (58 percent) has been set aside in federal conservation units, which are available for subsistence use. An additional 20 percent of the land is owned by the Federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and 10 percent is State of Alaska land. A very small portion of the land in the region is in developed status, such land includes private, state and municipal in-holdings.These neighbors include Noatak National Preserve and Wilderness, Kobuk Valley National Park, Selawik National Wildlife Refuge, Bering Bridge National Preserve, Krusenstern National Monument, Gates of the Arctic National Preserve.

Rules and regulations vary for each area. What is permitted in one area may not be permitted in another, or might not be permitted on NANA lands. Visitors should be aware of these rules and know where areas of jurisdiction begin and end.

Visiting NANA Lands

Adjacent Landowners