Memory Trap: The Herd That Wouldn’t Disappear

Memory Trap: The Herd That Wouldn’t Disappear

2015 | 49 minutes

Memory Trap: The Herd That Wouldn't Disappear follows the Forty Mile Caribou Herd (the herd that fed the Klondike Goldrush) for a year through the remote wilderness of Northern Yukon and Alaska. The film imparts their amazing story of survival and how traditional knowledge and science saved the herd from near extinction.

Produced and directed by

Allan Code is a Whitehorse-based filmmaker and producer. See his bio and filmography here.

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