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ALASKA CHAMBER | Register now to join us in Homer!


Come with us to Homer!
The Alaska Chamber invites you to join us in Homer, Alaska for our 2017 Community Outreach Trip on June 13-15.
This multi-day event is designed to help build and strengthen relationships between members of the local business community and business leaders from across the state. The relationships formed and the information exchanged are key as we advocate for sound business policies for all Alaska.
 Trip highlights include multiple networking events, tours of local businesses and more! For more information, a preliminary agenda or to register visit our events page here.
Space is limited. Register now!
Trip Highlights
Scenic Place Peonies
Peonies are the number one flower for brides and special events, second only to roses in the world market with Alaska having the exclusive market during July, August and September. At an elevation of 1,150 feet, Scenic Place Peonies, is one of 25  farms in the Homer area successfully selling their peony stems to all 50 states and overseas. 
Bear Creek Winery & Lodging
What began as a hobby in the mid 1990's, is a now an award-winning business. In 2003, Bill and Dorothy Fry opened Bear Creek Winery & Lodging and quickly became known for their distinctive fruit wine blends. Enjoy a visit to the tasting room, tour the facility, walk the gardens and take in the breathtaking views of Kachemak Bay.
The Saltry Restaurant
If you have yet to dine at The Saltry Restaurant, you're in for a real treat! Located a short boatride across Kachemak Bay on Ismailof Island in Halibut Cove, the Saltry is known to chefs and foodies from around the world for its incredible cuisine, unique setting and beautiful local art in the area. Take in the views of evergreens and glaciers while you enjoy a lunch with fellow Chamber members you won't soon forget!
Oyster Farm Tour
Alaskan oysters are among the safest in the marketplace. Raised by a technique called suspended culture, oysters are place in nets hung from floating long lines in the upper part of the water column, where they can feed on plankton and avoid exposure to hot summer suns, cold winter winds, mud and sand. Visit an oyster farm and see the stages of an oyster from its infancy to market size ready for the table. 


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