According to the Wilderness Act of 1964, the government can designate land as Wilderness.
All federal land, however, belongs to the American public (supposedly) and less than 5% of land is designated as wilderness (this includes the Alaskan Wilderness). However according to federal law states have the option to buy back land if the federal government decides to sell any of it in the future. Which is contradictory in itself.
My question would be about the roads that are not maintained, will they be repaired or shut down? Also, things that occur prior to the land designated as Wilderness can still be done after in certain areas permanently or temporarily. So I would need to know before committing myself to a vote of yes, what would be affected and if it was temporary or permanent.