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Connecting People to Their Public Lands | by mypubliclands
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Connecting People to Their Public Lands

With its 70 million acres of BLM land, Alaska represents

an immense outdoor classroom full of opportunities for

people to play, learn, serve, and work on public lands. Last

year, thanks to the BLM and its partners, the public viewed

Iditarod mushers whooshing through the trails of Campbell

Tract in Anchorage. They experienced the beautiful artwork

of BLM’s Artist-in-Residence, who captured images of the

wilderness while spending 2 weeks in a winter cabin. And

they discovered the unique interpretive programs and

learned vital safety information at the Arctic Interagency

Visitor Center on the Dalton Highway.

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Taken on June 16, 2014