By KTUU News Staff
Channel 2 News
2:46 PM AKST, January 16, 2013
Due to popular demand, the state has released the Alaska Grown Source Book, which highlights 230 farms across Alaska.
The Division of Agriculture announced Wednesday that a 96-page booklet is available in print and digital formats.
The book has information about farmers markets, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and U-Pick farms located throughout the state.
The state said the guide does not claim to include all producers or sellers, but depends on the response of producers.
To read the source book online, click here and for more information visit the state’s website. For a hard copy, contact Rebecca Jeffers at 907-745-7200.
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