The interaction between the flowering species and our own is so ancient that we have only rumor and myth to guide us as we shape the spaces and program the experiences of our gardens.
With a growing list of farmers markets and other outlets all scrambling to offer the same produce, it might be a challenge to meet demand. Alaska has built a strong network of locavore consumers competing for a very small crop, but food hubs could be an excellent way to encourage more people to start small farms operations. Continue reading Kenai Food Hub expands to Anchorage, seeks producers
The Alaska Pacific University-owned Spring Creek Farm is an Alaska agriculture powerhouse, producing thousands of pounds of locally grown food … Continue reading Spring Creek Farm Offers Experimental Opportunity in Local Sustainable Food Systems
Have you ever wondered why the USDA surveys farms to find out what food is being grown where? Well, here’s … Continue reading USDA Grant Launches Farm to School Assessment in Bristol Bay
The New York Times put out a thoughtful piece on the miraculous Sockeye salmon this month as so many of … Continue reading Spawning Time, When Sockeye Salmon Change From Blue to Red | The New York Times
Cauliflower and radishes are great crops for Alaska gardeners, but sometimes fail to inspire creative meals. Here’s a great option … Continue reading Chorizo-Spiced Cauliflower Tacos | Fresh Tastes | PBS Food
Do you know Kyla Byers? If not, maybe you should! She’s been working to bridge the gap between local producers … Continue reading The middlewoman who’s trying to put local meat on plates at Anchorage restaurants | Alaska Dispatch News