|Title||External URL||Link to Document||Project|
|First Mile of the Iditarod Trail in Seward, Alaska||
"Walk the First Mile of the Iditarod National Historic Trail in Seward, Alaska." Seward Iditarod Trail Blazers and Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, circa 2018.
|seward_brochure.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Girdwood-Iditarod Trail Route Study||
Girdwood-Iditarod Trail Route Study. Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Land Management, USDA Forest Service, and National Park Service. Adopted by the Anchorage Municipal Assembly (AR 97-84), May 20, 1997.
|Girdwood-IditarodTrailRouteStudy-1997.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Iditarod National Historic Trail Brochure||
"Iditarod National Historic Trail Brochure and Map." Bureau of Land Management, 2018.
|2018-Iditarod-National-Historic-Trail-Brochure.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Iditarod National Historic Trail Comprehensive Plan||
The Iditarod National Historic Trail: Seward to Nome Route. A Comprehensive Management Plan. Anchorage, AK: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Anchorage District Office, March 1986.
|INHT CMP 1986.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Iditarod National Historic Trail: A History||
"Iditarod National Historic Trail: A History." A 24-minute video documentary about the history of the trail by the Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, 2014. Includes interviews with Lee Poleske, historian and Iditarod Trail Alliance Board Member; Dan Seavey, dog musher and Iditarod Trail Alliance Board Member; Kevin Keeler, Iditarod Trail Administrator, Bureau of Land Management; and Vern Halter, dog musher.
|Link||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Iditarod Trail to Every Classroom||
"iTREC! Iditarod Trail to Every Classroom." Information about the Iditarod Trail to Every Classroom (iTREC) Program that connects youth and communities along the Iditarod National Historic Trail by providing place-based teaching and learning skills to teachers to help youth become stewards of Alaska's public lands and the Iditarod National Historic Trail. iTREC Program and the Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, 2017.
|2017_itrec_update.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Iditarod Trail Visitor Guide||
Iditarod National Historic Trail Visitor Guide. Alaska Geographic and Bureau of Land Management, 2018.
|Iditarod-Visitor-Guide-2018.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Preserving The Iditarod Trail||
"Preserving the Iditarod Trail." Donna Redding. CRM and the National Trails System. Volume 20, No. 1, 1997 (pp. 30-31) of CRM: CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Information for Parks, Federal Agencies, Indian Tribes, States, Local Governments, and the Private Sector. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources.
|Preserving Iditarod Trail_Redding 1997.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|Take It Outside||
"Take It Outside: A Virtual Learning Series for Educators." Information about a series of virtual learning journeys designed to help teachers engage their students in outdoor learning. (Due to COVID, it was not possible to hold the iTrec! - Iditarod in Every Classroom - Program in 2020 and in 2021, and this virtual lecture series format was developed in 2021 as an alternative). Iditarod Historic Trail Alliance, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Anchorage Park Foundation, 2021.
|itrec__webinars_updated_1_8_21.pdf||Iditarod National Historic Trail|
|The National Trails System||
The National Trails System: A Grand Experiment. Steve Elkinton. Washington, DC: National Park Service, 2008. Overview of the 1968 National Trails System Act, establishment of national recreational and scenic trails throughout the US, addition of historic trail designation in 1978 with the Iditarod Trail being the first to receive national historic trail designation (p. 21), and the administrative process and trail management system.
|Iditarod National Historic Trail|