Trail Report for 2008

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Trail Report for 2008

Postby kkeeler » Wed Dec 03, 2008 9:16 am

Hi folks,

I'm the federal coordinator for the Iditarod National Historic Trail (one of only 18 National Historic Trails around the country) and I've attached a report on what we've been doing in BLM to make the Trail and it's history more accessible, sustainable and enjoyable. Unfortunately I don't have lots of time to pay attention to this blog that John C. so graciously set me up on :) (yea, how 'bout a big hand for all the great work everyone in Unalakleet is doing!!)

So if you've got any questions, it might be best to contact me at The official Iditarod National Historic Trail website can be found via, then scroll to the bottom and hit the historic Iditarod logo.

BTW, while BLM does coordinate, we don't manage the entire trail--that's up to each agency/landowner...a trailwide non-profit group, Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, does a lot of advocacy work for the trail, and you can learn more about them at

Ciao for now!

Kevin Keeler
Administrator, Iditarod National Historic Trail
BLM Anchorage Field Office

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