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Tribal officers revive old skill to help track down those lost in woods

White Earth tribal conservation officers are reviving "man tracking," the ancient skill of following someone's path through the wilderness. They say it can make life-saving manhunts much more efficient and effective.
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White Earth tribal conservation officers are reviving "man tracking," the ancient skill of following someone's path through the wilderness. They say it can make life-saving manhunts much more efficient and effective.

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