Doyon encourages shareholders to apply for non-commercial use of Doyon conveyed fee lands so long as there is no conflicting land use in place and no negative impact to cultural resources. Fish and trapline camps, cabin sites, and the cutting of house logs or firewood are all authorized uses of Doyon lands, although shareholders must apply before using the land in these ways. While Doyon does not issue hunting permits, subsistence hunting, fishing and trapping on Doyon land is authorized for all Doyon shareholders.
Permit Forms and Applications
If you’re interested in applying for non-commercial use of Doyon lands—for fishing, trapping and other authorized uses—please use the forms you find linked on this page. Both applications are guidelines are provided here.
To learn more about non-commercial land use by shareholders, please contact:
Jeff Filut, Senior Lands Specialist
Gary Lee, Lands/GIS Technician