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The 800 mile oil pipeline from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez is Alaska's man-made wonder. The pipeline supplies around 15 percent of the nation's domestic oil production. It is a must-see on any trip to Fairbanks.
Some of the world's best sprint and long-distance mushers call Fairbanks home. The best compete here every year, often sharing their passion with visitors and getting them in on the action. Speed, energy and enthusiasm characterize Alaska's favorite sport.
Alaska has more geothermal resources than any other US state. Many businesses in the area capitalize on this fact, making renewable energy a key part of their business strategy. Some of the most innovative programs in the country can be found right here.
It seems almost too simple to say wildlife in Interior Alaska is abundant, but people from all over the world come here knowing they have a chance for the sighting of a lifetime. It's not just bear, moose and caribou that draw people to the area, but hundreds of migratory birds as well.