Permits for cultural resource investigations on state lands are authorized under AS 41.35.080 and 11 AAC 16.030".
A State Cultural Resource Investigation Permit (SCRIP) permit is required of any person or agency proposing to conduct cultural resource moitoring or surveys on state lands, including tidelands and submerged lands (out to three miles or within channels of navigable water bodies). State lands include but are not limited to state general lands, ADOT&PF rights-of-way, state airports, Mental Health Trust, Alaska Railroad, University of Alaska, Alaska State Parks, and special management areas. A permit is required regardless of the level of proposed work. For example, a permit is required for non-obtrusive survey (including remote sensing over land or water).
Please review the 2018 SCRIP Stipulations and Conditions before completing your permit application.
After reviewing the SCRIP Stipulations and Conditions, complete the SCRIP Application.
Artifacts collected from State lands are primarily curated at the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Collections loans are available to qualified institutions and researchers on a case-by-case basis. To initiate a loan, please contact the University of Alaska Museum of the North.