Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is more than beautiful landscapes, changing seasons, and critical habitat for hundreds of plants and animal species. It is a collection of inter-related and multi-layered stories that add dimension to the land and its history. These stories come in various forms but all describe and add to the rich History and Culture of Gates of the Arctic. The Cultural Resources department works to document and preserve these stories. Follow the links below to learn more...
Did You Know?
The Noatak drainage that begins in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve and continues through the Noatak Preserve is an internationally recognized biosphere reserve.