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Senate Republican Policy Cmte

Now that Congress has OK’d oil and gas exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s coastal plain, opponents are preparing for the next phase in their decades-long struggle to protect the environmentally sensitive area.

The state plans to suspend its largest wolf control program. The Upper Yukon Tanana area program, which has targeted wolves in an area of the eastern interior since 2004, is scheduled to cease after the 2017-2018 season. KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.

Artist in Residence Sets Gates of the Arctic to Music

Aug 16, 2012
Stephen Lias

Bettles, AK – America’s National Parks have served as a back drop for some of the United States’ best known artwork.  Much of that work was created long before the National Park Service established an ‘Artist in Residence’ program.  The Park Service only recently started inviting creative individuals to apply for the program.  One man has just completed his fourth residency in Alaska and his ninth in the United States.  KUAC’s Emily Schwing caught up with Stephen Lias in Bettles to find out how he turns a backpacking trip on the arctic tundra into a classical music composition.