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ANILCA VIII does not contain

  • Census not found
  • decade not found
  • urban not found
  • ten not found
  • non-rural not found
  • determination not found
  • community/ies not found
  • individual occurs twice
  • resident/s occurs 28 times

ANILCA VIII Does contain

  • provide the opportunity for continued subsistence uses on the public lands by Native and non-Native rural residents

  • the continuation of the opportunity for a subsistence way of life by residents of rural Alaska

  • rural residents who have personal knowledge of local conditions and requirements

  • the utilization of the public lands in Alaska is to cause the least adverse impact possible on rural residents

  • the purpose of this title is to provide the opportunity for rural residents engaged in a subsistence way of life to do so

  • “subsistence uses” means the customary and traditional uses by rural Alaska residents

    [“subsistence use” is not equal to “rural”; rural doesn’t mean must use the resource]

  • The Secretary may choose not to follow any recommendation which he determines … would be detrimental to the satisfaction of subsistence needs…

  • The Secretary shall … advise the State and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs and on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the House of Representatives and the Committees on Energy and Natural Resources and Environment and Public Works of the Senate annually and at such other times as he deems necessary of his views on the effectiveness of the implementation of this title including … any exercise of his closure or other administrative authority to protect subsistence resources or uses…

  • Local residents and other persons and organizations aggrieved a failure of … the Federal Government to provide for the priority for subsistence uses set forth in §804… may, upon exhaustion of any State or Federal (as appropriate) administrative remedies which may be available, file a civil action in the United States District Court for the District of Alaska to require such actions to be taken as are necessary to provide for the priority…