The Trust Land Office is a unit within the Department of Natural Resources that is contracted exclusively by The Trust to manage its approximately one million acres of land and other non-cash assets to generate income, which is then used to improve the lives and circumstance of Trust beneficiaries.
Revenue-generating uses of Trust land include land leasing and sales; real estate investment and development; commercial timber sales; mineral exploration and production; coal, oil and gas exploration and development; sand, gravel and rock sales; and other general land uses.
Regulations regarding Trust land management:
For more information about Trust land and the Trust Land Office, visit their website.
To contact the Trust Land Office:
2600 Cordova Street
Anchorage, AK 99503
|| Trust Land Office Fact Sheet -- January 2013
Fact sheet describes The Trust's land and natural resource portfolio and the duties of the Trust Land Office in managing those assets.