In Alaska we have 16 national parks and hardly any personnel to manage them, say for one, Denali. We have more parks than any other state, yet we receive the least funding.
Because of recent events it would appear that the park service (federal employees) does not have a clear understanding of the legal boundaries of their respective park. Park service employees should know, as part of their job, the GPS readings of all Park boundaries and be able to relay that to hunter and/or general users.
Do you agree or disagree?
Can we start a campaign to get the national park service to survey and properly mark Alaska national Parks if they ban hunting within those parks or have special federal regulations.
My personal opinion is to take the feds to court and force them to allow Alaska to manage all wildlife as it is "OUR" resource not theirs. I would also call on Governor Palin's administration to take the Feds to task and make them live up to the promises that were given back in 1959. Basically I call for eliminating federal subsistence regulations and control over State assets.