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Value of Lake Hood Seaplane Base Recognized in Economic Impact Study

Workforce plan aims to attract Alaskans to fisheries, seafood and maritime careers

Planes, Trains, Trucks & Ships: Trade is Transportation Conference (11/22/2013)

Tschudi Shipping Explores Port Possibility in Alaska

Era Alaska Helps Make New Point Thomson Airstrip Possible

ARRC News Release Seeking 2015 Art Print Artist

Alaska Railroad names new Chief Operating Officer

Vigor Fab Delivers Harley Marine’s Newest Alaskan Deck Barge

From Frozen Ground to Far-Off Markets

From Frozen Ground to Far-Off Markets

Alaska abounds with natural resources. The trick, of course, is how to get money for them. It seems crass, but Alaska’s industry IS its natural resources, whether they’re cut down, mined out, snatched up in nets, meticulously preserved to show off to the participants of Alaska’s tourism industry, or an integral part of a subsistence lifestyle. Alaska works endlessly to make sure that all of its natural resources can make money in harmony; a productive and respectful balance can be achieved. Of course, some items need to leave the state to realize their best value, in particular, the natural resources Alaska has locked deep underground. In Alaska, the transportation process often begins with a drill or an explosive charge.

ADOT&PF’s Commitment to Public Information Earns National Recognition

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