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Alaska. Department of Fish and Game


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    • Alaska. Commissioner of Fish and Game
    • Alaska. Department of Fish & Game
    • Alaska. Fish and Game, Department of
    • ADF & G
    • Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Headquarters Office
    • Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Office of the Commissioner
    • Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Office of the Commissioner. Headquarters Office
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    • found: Alaska. Laws, stat., etc. Regulations ... 1961 (a.e.)cover (Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game)
    • found: Alaska session laws, 1959(functions of Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game [territorial], Fish and Game Commission, and Fisheries Experimental Commission transferred to Dept. of Fish and Game; principal exec. officer: Commissioner of Fish and Game)
    • found: Glass, R.J. Integrating economics into natural resource ... 1984:cover (Alaska Department of Fish & Game)
    • found: Alaska Department of Fish and Game website, viewed August 1, 2017:"Our History" webpage (Alaska Department of Fish and Game; In 1949, the Territorial Legislature created the Alaska Territorial Fishery Service. In 1957, in anticipation of statehood, the Territorial legislature expanded and renamed the Alaska Fishery Service to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. In 1959, the first state legislature established the Department of Fish and Game. However, full authority could not be granted until January 1, 1960, when the regulations and statutes were in place.)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed August 1, 2017:"Alaska Department of Fish and Game" webpage (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, ADF&G. Formed 1959. Headquarters: Juneau, Alaska. ADF&G's mission is to protect, maintain, and improve the fish, game, and aquatic plant resources of the state, and manage their use and development. In 1949, the Territorial Legislature created the Alaska Territorial Fishery Service. In 1957, in anticipation of statehood, the Territorial legislature expanded and renamed the Alaska Fishery Service to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. In 1959, the first state legislature established the Department of Fish and Game. However, full authority could not be granted until January 1, 1960, when the regulations and statutes were in place. Hunting regulations enforced by ADF&G are established by the Alaska Board of Game.)
    • found: Vincent-Lang, Douglas S. Letter from Doug Vincent-Lang to David Bernhardt concerning state fish and wildlife management authority on Department of the Interior lands and water; with enclosure on issues the state has identified that are causing conflict, 2019:title page (State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game, Office of the Commissioner, Headquarters Office, Juneau, Alaska)
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    • 1978-08-24: new
    • 2019-01-16: revised
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