You Must Go To The Trooper Office In Glennallen To Sign Up For Road Kills

There's a program in Alaska that allows people to apply for "road kills" as a supplemental food source. A road kill is an in...

There's a program in Alaska that allows people to apply for "road kills" as a supplemental food source. A road kill is an incident where a moose or caribou is hit by a vehicle. 

To Apply For Road Kill Status 

Moose On Denali Highway (Photo, BLM)
You can't apply on the phone. You have to physically go to the Glennallen Trooper offices, next to the IGA, to get a packet. 

There are 4 road kill zones in the Copper Valley. If you are eligible for this program, you pick the two zones closest to you. This is important, because if there is a road kill, you are expected to respond to it and pick up the meat as soon as possible – in around 30 minutes. 

Road kill applicants must list three people, and three phone numbers. These are people who are responding to the road kill on your behalf. The vehicle they will be driving is also listed. 

Dispatchers who are notified of a road kill will be in charge of going down the list that is maintained of road kill applicants.   

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