Life on Ice
Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on November 29, 2011
From September to November this fall, Seldovians Hig, Erin, Katmai and Lituya spent two months living on the shifting, melting surface of North America’s largest glacier.
Trekking between a series of camps on the Malaspina Glacier, on Alaska’s remote and harsh Lost Coast, they explored this dramatic and wild landscape, weathered the fall storms, and documented climate change in action. You can read more about their expedition in their Life on Ice blog entries.
Now that they’re home and have had time to sort through their photographs and videos, they’re ready to share this adventure with the community. Please join us Saturday evening, Dec. 3 at 6:30 pm in the Susan B. English School Commons for a multimedia lecture on their trip.
This event is sponsored by the Seldovia Public Library in cooperation with Ground Truth Trekking. There is no charge for admission.
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