Alaska Village Initiatives received a $28,000 grant to support The Amazing Ag-in-a-Box Traveling Classroom program, an in-person expansion of its online subsistence farming curriculum.
For the second year in a row, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources’ “Golden Carrot” award for promoting locally grown products goes to The Roaming Root Cellar.
UAF has $1.3 million to grow vegetables, peonies, forage, and berries among the panels being installed at Alaska’s largest solar farm in Houston.
A special agricultural land auction near Nenana is the first phase of the state’s attempt to bring more farming to the 140,000-acre Nenana-Totchaket area.
The Alaska Food Policy Council released its plan to increase the state’s food production from the current level of 5 percent of everything consumed.
Alaska’s 2022 Farm Family of the Year title goes to Martha Merry, Amy Seitz, and Jane Conway of Soldotna, who own and operate Lancashire Farm.