The purpose is to explicitly authorize home rule and general law municipalities to regulate trapping for the limited purpose of preventing injury to persons or property, including domestic animals. Representative Andy Josephson Bill. Friday, April 14th - Hearing in Resources. Monday, April 17th - Hearing in Resources with Public Testimony. Please take a moment to send in a letter of support for HB 201 to email@example.com
Send letters of support to Rep. Josephson for HB 134 to firstname.lastname@example.org HB 134 - relating to Board of Game Membership The Board of Game needs to include non-consumptive users on the Board to represent the majority of Alaskans. Click the above Bill for more information.
ACTION ALERT FEBRUARY 13, 2017
There are two wildlife-related bills in the House, introduced by Representative Andy Josephson in Juneau. HB 40( No Traps Near Trails) and HB 105 (Denali Wolf Buffer). Read below to help, and please forward to friends and family.
House Bill 40: No Traps Near Trails Click the above link to learn about the Bill. This Bill has had several hearings. The public really needs to call in about this one. We've talked about it for years, and here's a chance to get some policy passed to protect us and our pets when on Alaska's wonderful trails. Please get to your LIO office, as it is the most effective. Call if you can't, just be heard! Wednesday, Feb. 15th at 2:00p.m. TESTIFY! Head to your Legislative Information Office (LIO) or call 844-586-9085
URGENT! FRIENDS. CAN WE GENERATE COMMENTS TO THE BOARD OF GAME BY THE THURSDAY 12/22 deadline, PLEASE?
"all wolves will be removed from public and private lands within the control area" The Board of Game has a wolf control program for the area north of Kachemak Bay with its purpose: “all wolves will be removed from public and private lands within the control area” (15C north of Kachemak Bay). " In October, this last minute proposal was added to the agenda for the BOG meeting in Bethel in January. We suspect few people know about this. The Homer Advisory Council took up this proposal at its meeting last Tuesday and unanimously disapproved it. The last time aerial wolf hunting was proposed for Unit 15C it was very controversial. This one seems to be slipping under the radar. Please send comments to the Board of Game ASAP and share with friends. Thank you!