Golden-yellow birch trees and spruce frame a view of Aurora Lagoon and Portlock Glacier from a trail in the Cottonwood-Eastland Unit of Kachemak Bay State Park off East End Road on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, near Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong)

Golden-yellow birch trees and spruce frame a view of Aurora Lagoon and Portlock Glacier from a trail in the Cottonwood-Eastland Unit of Kachemak Bay State Park off East End Road on Sunday, Oct. 3, 2021, near Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong)

State Parks to hold meeting on Eastland Cottonwood unit

Meeting will include update on Tutka Bay Hatchery bill

  • Staff Report Homer News
  • Thursday, October 21, 2021 2:30am
  • NewsLocal News

This story has been updated to reflect the correct meeting day.

Alaska State Parks holds a stakeholder meeting about the Cottonwood Eastland unit of Kachemak Bay State Park. The meeting will be held via Microsoft Teams from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28. Agenda topics include an update on the draft park management plan, what the draft park management recommends for the Cottonwood Eastland unit and an update from Rep. Vance on House Bill 52, which includes proposed additions to the park. Vance’s bill also would remove the park land containing the Tutka Bay Hatchery from Kachemak Bay State Park.

The Homer Legislative Information Office will also be open for the public to attend the meeting.

For more information, please contact Superintendent Jack Blackwell, 907-262-5581 or Jack.Blackwell@alaska.gov.

To join with a video conferencing device, log in as follows:

260748889@t.plcm.vc

Video Conference ID: 113 225 026 1

To call in by audio, phone +1 907-202-7104,,998600874# United States, Anchorage, Phone Conference ID: 998 600 874# .

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