Trust Land Office
The Trust Land Office manages Mental Health Trust land to generate revenue, which is used by The Trust to improve the lives of Trust beneficiaries.
Timber management of 130,000 acres of commercial forestland.
Prospective tracts for mineral exploration, development, leasing, and reclamation.
Land management and stewardship, competitive and negotiated land sales, leases, licenses, and easements.
Real estate opportunities uniquely situated for residential and commercial activities.
Coal, oil and gas rights on 300,000 acres of land.
The 2014 Annual Report is now available.
Click here to view the 2014 Annual Report »
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office within the Department of Natural Resources is recruiting for the position of Southeast Lands Manager. To view the position description, please click SE Lands Manager Position Description.
If you have inquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.