Tanana Valley State Forest Citizens' Advisory Committee
The 12 member Citizens' Advisory Committee for the Tanana Valley State Forest advises the Division of Forestry on forest practices issues and provides a forum for the discussion and resolution of forest management issues in the Tanana Valley State Forest and on other forested state land in the Tanana Valley managed by the Department of Natural Resources. The State Forester appoints committee members who represent a range of interests for three-year terms. The Tanana Valley State Forest Management Plan established the Citizens' Advisory Committee. The committee meets several times a year, generally during the winter and early spring.
The Tanana Valley State Forest Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) will meet on Wednesday, December 5, 2012, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Large Conference Room of the Department of Natural Resources building at 3700 Airport Way in Fairbanks, Alaska. Draft agenda topics include discussion of the draft Preliminary Best Interest Finding for the Tok long term timber sale for biomass utilization, a presentation by Siemens on the Fort Greely biomass project, status of firewood cutting areas in the Fairbanks area, member comments, and bylaw revisions.
Citizens' Advisory Committee Members
Value Added Processing
John (Jack) DiMarchi
Fish and Wildlife Interests
Regional Representative – Upper Tanana Valley
Private Forest User
Regional Representative – Lower Tanana Valley
Minutes from previous Citizens' Advisory Committee meetings are available below
For more information on the Citizens' Advisory Committee, contact Mark Eliot, Northern Region Forester, Division of Forestry at 907-451-2670 or email@example.com. Individuals wishing to be added to the Board's mailing list or receive future notices of Citizens' Advisory Committee meetings may contact Mark Eliot.