Plans > Natural Resource Management Units
- The Natural Resource Management Unit Plan (NRMU Plan) is the Borough’s comprehensive land management plan that contains goals, guidelines, management intent and land use classification for land and resource use.
- The Plan contains the Borough Forest Management Plan and meets the requirements of MSB 23.20.060.
- The NRMU Plan includes 22 blocks of land totaling about 167,000 acres; All of which are currently in Natural Resource Management Units.
- The Fish Creek Management Plan has been repealed and replaced. The Fish Creek Management Unit will be managed similar to other borough owned land.
- Preparation of the plan update included:
- Scientific and technical review
- Review of present uses of the lands
- Analysis of potential material sites
- Review and incorporation of existing land-use and comprehensive plans
- 30-day public review/comment period
- Review by the Agriculture Advisory Board
- The Plan Update included a review and refinement of:
- Management Intent
- Land Use Classifications
o Classification was updated to reflect current classifications
- Land Use Designations
- Management Guidelines
- Best Management Practices
- Figure numbers were revised to simple sequential numbers for clarity.
Appendices were reduced based on relevancy and need