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Tagged With: Alaska grown

The Importance of Self-Sufficiency in Alaska

At any given time, the State of Alaska has enough food in it’s borders to last it’s residents five to seven days.One week at the most. That’s not much. According to the Port of Anchorage Alaska’s website, “An estimated 90% of the merchandise goods for 85% of Alaska’s populated areas pass through our facilities. This … Continue reading »

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Mat Su Farm Market

Hooray! Palmer finally has its first ever winter-long farmers market! It’s always been difficult getting fresh, local grown produce in Alaska. Everything is flown in from all over the US and the world. You never really know just what sort of GMO, pesticides or chemicals have been used on the food you’re eating. I adore … Continue reading »

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