Public input sought for outfitter, guide management on local shorelines

JUNEAU — Admiralty National Monument and Juneau, Hoonah, and Sitka Ranger Districts within the Tongass National Forest are assessing how to manage outfitter and guide use along the shoreline zone, an important area to many people for subsistence gathering, recreation and businesses.

The Forest Service is seeking public input on how best to manage outfitter and guide use at both favorite and lower-use places.

The public is invited to take a few moments to provide the USFS with comments at www.surveymonkey.com/s/WPV6XLB.

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