Kasigluk students creating winter survival packs

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A sad story re-tells itself every winter in rural Alaska—people go out on the tundra and they don’t come back. A group of Kasigluk students are working to change that story by creating affordable winter survival packs for their community. The packs could save lives and win thousands of dollars in prizes for their school.

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Anna Rose MacArthur is a reporter at KYUK in Bethel.