The Division of Forestry develops, conserves and enhances forest resources. It protects water quality and fish and wildlife habitats through the administration of the Forest Resources and Practices Act. The division manages a wildland fire program on public, private and municipal lands. The Division of Forestry serves the timber industry and is located in Fairbanks, Alaska. It sells timber for personal and commercial usage, as well as provides technical assistance to forest owners. The division administers a range of programs related to forest health, conservation issues, stewardship and community forestry. The Division of Forestry manages Haines and Tanana Valley state forests. It is a part of the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, which also maintains mining, land and agriculture divisions in the state of Alaska.