Ag Matters 12/6/17 with Mary Smith, editor of edible ALASKA

Ag Matters 12/6/17 with Mary Smith, editor of edible ALASKA

edible ALASKA is a quarterly publication that celebrates Alaska’s local food scene, season by season. Editor Mary Smith joins Amy on this edition of Ag Matters as they discuss the stories, features and highlights of the magazine. https://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/12/12/ag-matters-12-6-2017/  

Ag Matters 11/1/17 with Evie Witten of Evie’s Brinery

Ag Matters 11/1/17 with Evie Witten of Evie’s Brinery

On this edition of Ag Matters Radio, Amy & Evie Witten discuss the process of fermentation and how Evie transforms Alaska Grown products into delightful, shelf stable ferments at her business Evie’s Brinery.  https://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/11/08/ag-matters-11082017/  

Ag Matters 9/20/17 with Chef Clayton Jones

Ag Matters 9/20/17 with Chef Clayton Jones

This edition of Ag Matters Radio features Chef Clayton Jones and a discussion about his efforts to source Alaska Grown products in his food businesses, which have ranged from being the Head Chef of a number of high profile Anchorage restaurants to his most recent effort Ferak AK, a pop-up restaurant. http://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/09/27/ag-matters-09222017/

Ag Matters 9/6/17 with Nick & Leah of FoundRoot

Ag Matters 9/6/17 with Nick & Leah of FoundRoot

In this edition of Ag Matters Radio, Amy learns about the sustainability efforts of seed saving and vegetable production in South East Alaska with her guests. Nick & Leah own FoundRoot, an open-pollinated seed company based in Haines, Alaska. http://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/09/08/ag-matters-09072017/  

Ag Matters 8/2/17 with Bleeding Heart Brewery

Ag Matters 8/2/17 with Bleeding Heart Brewery

Zack & Stefan from Bleeding Heart Brewery discuss their agriculture & local food connection with Amy on this edition of Ag Matters Radio. http://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/08/04/ag-matters-08022017/

Ag Matters 7/26/17 with Brad St Pierre of the Tanana Valley Farmers Market

Ag Matters 7/26/17 with Brad St Pierre of the Tanana Valley Farmers Market

The Tanana Valley Farmers Market is the oldest market in the State! Market Manager Brad St.Pierre joins Amy on this edition of Ag Matters for a fun discussion about all the things that make the market work so well.  Brad & his wife Christine also own Goosefoot Farms, which got a unique start in Alaska.  Listen to…