Shining a light on
Interior Alaska Growers & Producers
Running and successfully managing not one but two enormous interior Alaska Greenhouses and Nursery, Tacks Greenhouse and Plant Kingdom, Cyndie Warbelow is a horticulturist,
Tom Gross grew up in a large family where his Dad hunted, the kids cut meat and his mom prepared whatever was brought in.
Agriculture in Interior Alaska? Yes, Interior Alaska is a place that encourages many people to start an agricultural enterprise.
Hi, I'm Jo!
Join me as I explore the world of Interior Alaska growers and producers and shine a light on their accomplishments.
So many of these hard working folks go about doing their work without the consumer having any idea who they are and what they do to bring food to our table.
Interior Alaska is a place that encourages many people to agricultural enterprise. Produce, mushrooms, bees, chickens; it’s all here. It’s their vision, their story and I bring these visionaries and their stories to you.
Join me as I explore the world of those who bring a meal to our table, to Jo’s table.
Explore by Topic
Check out what’s new. Events, classes, workshops and sign-ups for produce and CSA’s.
Listen to the podcasts. Go inside the farm on the growers’ journey. Learn their philosophy and their future plans.
Meet the farmers, foragers, distillers, and other cottage industry operations of Interior Alaska.
Thank You Sponsor
Jo’s Table Alaska is proudly sponsored by Denali State Bank. As a local community bank based in Fairbanks, Alaska, Denali State Bank believes in the importance of food security, self-sufficiency and supports “home grown” agricultural related activities that make food available, accessible and most importantly, improves the quality of life, for all Alaskans. Discover more at denalistatebank.com.
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