Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Alaska Department of Fish and Game is an organization based in Juneau, Alaska: Energy Resources.
Commissioner: Cora Campbell
Mission: To protect, maintain, and improve the fish, game, and aquatic plant resources of the state, and manage their use and development in the best interest of the economy and the well-being of the people of the state, consistent with the sustained yield principle.
Guiding Principles: Seeking excellence in carrying out its responsibilities under state and federal law, the department will:
- Provide for the greatest long-term opportunities for people to use and enjoy Alaska’s fish, wildlife, and habitat resources.
- Improve public accessibility to, and encourage active involvement by the public in, the department’s decision-making processes.
- Build a working environment based on mutual trust and respect between the department and the public, and among department staff.
- Maintain the highest standards of scientific integrity and provide the most accurate and current information possible.
- Foster professionalism in department staff, promote innovative and creative resource management, and provide ongoing training and education for career development.
Department Structure The Alaska Department of Fish and Game consists of the Office of the Commissioner, six divisions, a Boards Support Section, and two associate entities. The six divisions are Commercial Fisheries, Sport Fish, Wildlife Conservation, Habitat, Subsistence, and Administrative Services. The two associated entities are: the Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission and the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council.
FERC Hydropower Coordinator
- Monte Miller
- (907) 267-2312
Division of Habitat Acting Regional Supervisor
- Megan Marie