Federal Subsistence Board to hold teleconference to consider proposals to change Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations for 2022-2024

For Immediate Release:
April 6, 2022

PUBLIC NOTICE - The Federal Subsistence Board (Board) will meet April 12-15, 2022, via teleconference only, to consider proposed changes to Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations for the 2022-2024 regulatory years and to discuss other subsistence related topics including a number of Wildlife Closure Reviews, Wildlife Special Action Request WSA22-01 (Units 22 and 23 muskox) and deferred fisheries proposal FP21-10 (Lower Copper River Area salmon).

Last edited 04/06/2022
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Kayla McKinney



The Board encourages the public to participate in this teleconference. There will be opportunities for the public to testify on both agenda and non-agenda items throughout the meeting. Public comments on general non-agenda subsistence issues will be welcomed at the start of each day, and the public will be provided the opportunity to comment on specific hunting and trapping proposals and wildlife closure reviews when each is considered by the Board.

To participate in this meeting by teleconference, dial toll-free (888) 455-7761 (passcode 2266069). The full agenda and meeting materials will be posted to the Federal Subsistence Management Program’s website at www.doi.gov/subsistence/board.

Additional information on the Federal Subsistence Management Program may be found on our website at www.doi.gov/subsistence or by visiting www.facebook.com/subsistencealaska.

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