An Ambler Road would slice caribou habitat. How many cuts can Alaska afford

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Alaska may well build a 211-mile road through the wilderness of the western Brooks Range. It's possible the valuable metals buried in the Ambler Mining District will inspire investors to pay for it.

But in recent meetings on the road, something other than money was on the minds of people who care about that part of Alaska.

Hunters and other lovers of caribou — Native and non-Native — have begun asking how many strips of gravel we can scrawl across the broad face of northern Alaska before the great herds will lose their way.

An Ambler Road would slice caribou habitat. How many cuts can Alaska afford?
Rick Rydell

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