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Iditarod Centennial display panels at Alaska State Fair 2009 exhibitIditarod Centennial exhibit featured at 2009 Alaska State Fair

Visitors to the 2009 Alaska State Fair were treated to a special glimpse into Alaska's history. The BLM, Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, and Chugach National Forest teamed up to present a hands-on Iditarod Centennial exhibit at the Fair.

Younsters on racing sledThe exhibit was appropriately housed at the historic Wineck Barn. The exhibit included two doglseds--a sprint sled and a freight sled--to give visitors an up-close look at mushing. Visitors stood on the runners while friends snapped photos.

Numerous interpretive displays helped tell the fascinating story of the Iditarod Trail and his rich history.  There was also a crafts table where young (and not-so-young!) Iditarod enthusiasts could make their own Iditarod bookmark, complete with official Iditarod National Historic Trail logo stamp.

The BLM thanks our Iditarod Centennial exhibit partners and the many visitors who dropped in to share your stories about Alaska's enduring trail!

Mark your calendars: Iditarod Sled Dog Race 2010 at the BLM Campbell Tract!

On Saturday, March 6, 2010, we'll open the BLM Campbell Creek Science Center in Anchorage for visitors to watch as the mushers and their dog teams arrive at Campbell Tract.  Free parking will be available at the Science Center parking lot. Inside the center, you'll find hot beverages, refreshments, Iditarod National Historic Trail displays, and lots of fellow Iditarod enthusiasts!