The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm Corridor Communities Association (KMTA-CCA) will manage federal grant funding to interpret the unique natural, cultural and historic resources of the area. With input from communities, businesses, governments, non-profit organizations and local residents, the KMTA-CCA will develop a management plan to allocate grant funds for various community-supported projects such as:
• Restoration of historic structures
• Rebuilding of historic trails
• Development of interpretive signs and displays
• Creating handbooks on the geology, history, and wildlife of the area
• Recording the stories of living Alaska pioneers
Participation in projects and programs is voluntary with zoning and land-use decisions remaining under existing governmental jurisdictions. No land enters federal control as a result of Heritage Area designation. Private property rights are not affected.