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Todd Shorey

Todd Shorey came to Alaska in 1986 where he discovered the wonders of Denali National Park and the friendliness of the Alaskan people, and made the area his home. He worked for the Denali Foundation (now the Denali Education Center), a non-profit organization established in 1989 in the Denali National Park area offering natural history-based educational programs and lecture series, as well as research fellowships, was a tour guide, and has also worked as a carpenter on historical restoration projects at Denali National Park. In 2000, he participated in interviews for the Denali Mountaineering Project Jukebox. Currently, Todd lives in Healy, Alaska where he oversees rental properties, participates in school and community activities, and enjoys all types of outdoor recreation.

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