26. June 2015 15:20
On Saturday, June 13th, a group of eight 7th and 8th graders from Fairbanks visited Coldfoot AWT Post during their trip to the Brooks Range “North for Science”. The students took a trip north to meet field scientist and agency staff to learn about subarctic and arctic eco-systems while having fun camping in the Brooks Range. The trip is made possible by sponsorship from Muri Science and Learning Center, National Park Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Geographic, Arctic Audubon Society, Alaska Songbird Institute and University of Alaska Toolik Field Station. Alaska Wildlife Trooper Scott Lanier explained responsible resource Management, duties and responsibilities of a Wildlife Trooper, and had a show and tell with the Coldfoot AWT Super Cub.