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March 9, 2014: Racing the Iditarod With Twins, Time Traveling to a Black Hole and More

Join radio host Boyd Matson every week for adventure, conservation and green science. This week they ride 1,000 miles across Alaskan wilderness with a pack of dogs, hike quickly down the Appalachian Trail, lower scientists into sinkholes on tepuis, program robots to do household chores but not enslave the human race, break free of time on the edge of a black hole, be persecuted for our science, grow organic underwear, and explain evolution to children.

$16 Breadsticks: The High Cost of Living in Nome, Alaska

Food prices in Nome are prohibitively high, especially for produce – a single bell pepper can cost $3.

On the Alaskan Tundra: Picking & Preserving Berries for Winter Months

Blueberry picking is a meditative experience, but look out for bears!

Nome Sweet Home: Finding a Place to Live in Nome, Alaska

Our lodgings in Nome has a rich history… but no heat.