MSB Fish and Wildlife Commission
The MSB Fish and Wildlife Commission, formerly the Mayor's Blue Ribbon Sportsmen's Committee, was formed in February 2007 to represent the interests of the Borough in the conservation and allocation of fish, wildlife and habitat.
The commission advises the MSB Assembly and the State of Alaska Boards of Fish and Game regarding fish and wildlife practices and policies that affect the Matanuska-Susitna Borough.
The commission consists of seven representatives from the following segments of the community:
- One representative from the Matanuska-Susitna Borough
- One sport fishing representative
- One hunting representative
- Four at-large positions
Meetings are generally held from September through May, on the third Thursday of the month, at 6:00 pm at the main Borough building, 350 E. Dahlia Ave. Palmer.
Fisheries Reports and Studies:
- Economic Importance of Sportfishing in the MAT-SU - ISER Upper Cook Inlet 2011
- Economic Importance of Sportfishing in Alaska, ADF&G, 2007
- 2014 Upper Cook Inlet Fisheries Issues
- Mat-Su Salmon Fishery Myths 2015
- 2014 FWC Report to BOF - Juneau, We Have A Problem
Please, check the Public Meetings schedule for specific meeting information.
Mat-Su Sportfish Economic Report 2011 (pdf 53.11 KB) | 0 hits
2014 Upper Cook Inlet Fisheries Issues (pdf 1.14 MB) | 0 hits