Ag Matters 1/3/18 with Margaret Adsit, Program Director for the Alaska Farmland Trust

Ag Matters 1/3/18 with Margaret Adsit, Program Director for the Alaska Farmland Trust

Margaret is the former Executive Director of the Alaska Farmland Trust, and now manages a number of different projects for the Trust. On this edition of Ag Matters Radio, she and Amy chat about three different programs including: FarmLink, upcoming workshops and South Central Alaska CRAFT. https://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2018/01/03/ag-matters-01-02-2018/

AFTC Board Welcomes Carol Kenley

AFTC Board Welcomes Carol Kenley

The Alaska Farmland Trust Board of Director’s is excited to welcome long time valley resident and second generation farmer, Carol Kenley to the Board of Directors. Carol was born and raised on a farm in the Valley.  She has seen many changes over the years, including the amazing growth in this area. She supports the…

3rd Annual Oxtoberfest

3rd Annual Oxtoberfest

Alaska Farmland Trust and The Musk Ox Farm present the 3rd Annual Oxtoberfest Farm-to-Table Feast, Brew Fest, and Polka Bash. This joint fundraiser is for the two hardest working nonprofits in Alaska.

Drink Beer, Save Farms June 10 @ Alaska State Fair

Drink Beer, Save Farms June 10 @ Alaska State Fair

We’re thrilled to announce Drink Beer, Save Farms 2017 – in conjuction with The Ken Peltier Band,  RODEO ALASKA and the Alaska State Fair! Join us at the Palmer fairgrounds Rodeo Arena & Livestock Pavillion for a fun, family friendy evening! Gates open at 3pm Rodeo begins at 5pm Live Music from The Ken Peltier Band begins at 7pm. ***GATE ENTRY…

Ag Matters 4/5/17 with Amy Seitz of the Alaska Farm Bureau

Ag Matters 4/5/17 with Amy Seitz of the Alaska Farm Bureau

Amy Seitz is a 3rd generation Alaskan farmer,  operating Lancashire Farm on the Kenai Peninsula.  She’s also the Executive Director of the Alaska Farm Bureau. Amy & Amy discuss a number of topics including fiber production, Farm Bureau activities and a quick Legislative Update. http://www.radiofreepalmer.org/2017/04/07/ag-matters-04052017/