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Alaska Grown Source Book lists producers of produce in the 49th State

by Lorien Nettleton ~ January 16th, 2013

The 2013 edition of the Alaska Grown Source Book is now available in print and digital formats.  According to a press release from the Department of Natural Resources, The 96-page booklet includes detailed contact information for 230 farms from across the state and highlights the products they carry. The new Source Book also includes information about farmers markets, Community Supported Agriculture and U-Pick farms located throughout the state, as well as listings for agriculture-related businesses, government agencies and service providers.  This quick reference will help guide you to the closest, freshest produce in Alaska.

The Alaska Grown Source book can be downloaded from DNR’s web page. For a hard copy, you can contact Rebecca Jeffers at 907-745-7200

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