Most Fairbanksans already have their gardens planted but some are still expanding. For this weeks gardening report, we went to greenhouses in Fairbanks and asked customers what they have planted and how their gardens are fairing.
The Wrigley Family farm and flour mill in Delta Junction hope to address food insecurity in Alaska by growing and producing an entire line of barley products, including flour. They are also working with soil scientists to test out new cover crops and spread the message of soil health.
Almost six miles down Eielson Farm Road is one of the interiors best kept secrets. We take you to Arctic Harvest, a farm that does it all, grows grain, malts barley and even barrels then serves world-class spirits.
Avid gardeners know that composting is an essential part of a healthy and nutrient rich soil. But what exactly is it and how is it made? For this episode of Garden Tips we go on location to one family farm turning their agricultural waste into a valuable organic soil amendment.
At a time when food insecurity is up around the nation, Stone Soup Garden provides around 2000 pounds of vegetables every season to community’s most vulnerable... But that’s not the garden's only purpose. We'll explain.
By Sarah Hollister with contributions from Billie Sundgren Tewalt
It's that time of year when the sound of lawn mower's can be heard throughout our neighborhoods. But what does it take to get a green lawn? In this week's Gardening Tips we speak with a local landscaper about his process.
With the heat we have had over the past couple of weeks, lawns have been really taking a beating. In tonight's segment of Gardening Report Julie Riley from the Co-operative Extension Service has some tips to help you bring them back to life.