Land Use Permits for Extended Shareholder Family Members

Published January 2020

Ahtna shareholders can use Ahtna land without a permit, however extended family members who are not shareholders need to purchase a land use permit. Daily and annual (January 1-December 31) permits can be purchased at www.ahtna.com/permits. The purchase of an Ahtna land use permit helps support important programs to maintain the lands for enjoyment by current and future generations, including moose browse projects, vegetation and wildlife nutrition programs, and fire fuel breaks to name a few.

Ahtna also offers several permits at no charge to shareholders who hold voting shares. These permits are for firewood (10 cords per year), house logs (100 logs per year) and gravel (100 cubic yards per year).