Alaska Town Begins Land Giveaway A small town in Alaska is relying on a pioneer strategy to boost its population, distributing parcels of free land this week. Many hoping to receive a parcel camped outside overnight in minus-25 degree weather.
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Alaska Town Begins Land Giveaway

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Alaska Town Begins Land Giveaway

Alaska Town Begins Land Giveaway

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A small town in Alaska is relying on a pioneer strategy to boost its population, distributing parcels of free land this week. Many hoping to receive a parcel camped outside overnight in minus-25 degree weather.

Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock reports from the Alaska Public Radio Network.