Welcome to agAlaska – a network of tools for Alaska Native Farmers & Ranchers

agAlaska is a network of information, PDF forms and downloads for TCD’s, training videos, resources, educational on-line courses and general assistance for small Native Alaskan farmers & ranchers.

How to Cultivate Vigorous Vegetables

There is nothing like homegrown corn on the cob, red ripe tomatoes fresh from the garden, or popping open snap peas on a warm summer’s day. Cultivating vegetables in the garden is a fun and rewarding way to save money and increase nutrition in your family’s diet. This course is designed for those who are interested in improving their ability to grow vegetables. Join our USU garden experts as they walk you through proven best practices and creative techniques to grow delicious vegetables and extend your growing season.

How to Use Stories for Writing Your Grant Proposal

Is it possible to use stories in grant proposals? Why would we want to? One of the most important things a story does is help your organization stand out. Research shows that stories are 22 times more memorable than statistics. Sharing a well-crafted story about someone you serve helps to crystallize the impact of your mission. A story puts a face and voice to your work.

A Wisconsin Farm to School Toolkit

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction recently released American Indian Traditional Foods in USDA School Meals Programs: A Wisconsin Farm to School Toolkit, available electronically

Grant Writing: 3 Tips for Crafting Need Statements in Federal Grant Proposals

Posted on March 27, 2019 by Grants.gov In this space, we have previously shared tips about the pre-writing phase of completing a federal grant application – for example, the importance of reading (and re-reading) the grant announcement, and the importance of understanding the criteria by which your application will be evaluated. In this post, we dip our toes into the grant…

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