Farmers markets, CSAs and retail info.
There are a variety of different ways to get a hold of fresh Alaskan produce, fish, and other food products near you. You can meet the farmers and say hi to your neighbors at a farmers market, subscribe to a CSA where you'll get a box of fresh, seasonal food each week or, if you're looking for a specific item, you can contact the farmers directly to get information on where they sell their products. For details about getting local food in your area, click on your region under the heading that interests you.
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA)
If you don't know what a CSA is click here to find out!
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED FISHERY
Are you looking for a specific Alaskan grown product such as elk meat, oysters or plant starts? To check out the Division of Agriculture's comprehensive, searchable product directory, click here, then click on "Food and Farm Products Directory." Make sure to read the directions on the first page carefully before diving in.