PHOTO: Chena Ridge from the Division of Forestry’s website. The Alaska Board of Forestry helps manage and determine policy for Alaska’s forest lands.
You don’t need to run for public office to have a real impact on life in Alaska and in the way the state does business.
Why not stick your name in for a state board or commission?
Monday January 6, 2014 Edition of The LegHead Report
RESOURCES: Here are some useful links to help you get info and apply for a board or commission position.
List of Active Boards and Commissions — includes a ton of info on each board, what they do, who’s on it, etc.
List of Vacancies on Alaska Boards and Commissions–These are the ones to target if you’re ready to take the leap and apply for an open spot. (Opens as a pdf.)