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Input sought on preserving Alaska's cultural heritage


The state Office of History and Archaeology is launching a historic preservation planning effort by inviting Alaskans to identify historic places throughout the state that are important to them.

Alaska’s current Historic Preservation Plan expires next year. “The new plan will set the path for historic preservation in Alaska through 2023. We are interested in hearing from all Alaskans on what matters to them,” said state historic preservation officer Judy Bittner.

The public can participate in the early stages of plan development in several ways, such as through an online survey and th...

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