Corridors Past and Future

Historic Iditarod trail map. (Map via BLM)
Historic Iditarod trail map. (Map via BLM)

The Iditarod Trail began as a mail route and became a protected corridor and recreational resource. Even if climate change puts an end to its use by dog mushers, the evolution of the Iditarod Trail will continue. In their own way, our corridors tell the story of Alaska, and we’ll be exploring a few of those pathways on the next Talk of Alaska.

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HOST: Steve Heimel, Alaska Public Radio Network

GUESTS:

  • Walter Borneman, author, Alaska: Saga of a Bold Land
  • Phil Shephard, Executive Director, Greatland Trust
  • Morgan Blanchard, senior project archaeologist, Northern Land Use Research Alaska
  • Callers statewide

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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.

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