Find Salad Greens from Local Farms in Alaska

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Local Salad Greens in Alaska

At Agrilicious.org we believe that eating Locally Grown and Organic foods like farm fresh Salad Greens provides a significant variety of benefits. Studies have shown that locally sourced and organic foods have more nutrients, including antioxidants, than traditionally grown foods. Studies also show that people who have allergies to foods or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away all together when they eat only locally sourced and organic foods! Find locally sourced Salad Greens and more at local farms in Alaska today at Agrilicious.org.
Fairbanks, AK
Salad Greens, Cabbage, Mustard, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Chinese greens, Arugula, Beets, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Garlic, Green Beans, Green Onions, Peas
Cripple Creek Organics is a small farm with a CSA of 16 subscriptions. We began the transition from a big garden to a small farm in 2011. We are an......
Fairbanks, AK
Deli, Wheat, Chinese greens, Barley, Arugula, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Basil, Lettuce, Salad Greens, Sprouts, Grains, Vegetables, Coffee, Herbs, Fresh
Johnson's Family Farm is a year round producer of Fresh Basil,lettuce & Micro-greens using indoor Hydroponics, and proudly practicing safe methods.......
Spring Creek Farm, Farmers Market
Palmer, AK
Salad Greens, Cabbage, Mustard, Wheat, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Chinese greens, Arugula, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Eggs, Beets, Soaps, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Daikon
Spring Creek Farm is an 8-year sustainably managed CSA and market garden. We are located on Alaska Pacific University's 800 acre Kellogg Campus, a......
Talkeetna, AK
Salad Greens, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Currants, Celery, Chinese greens, Apples, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Corn, Eggs, Beets, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Daikon, Zucchini
Birch Creek Ranch was founded in 1982 as part of Alaska's agricultural land program. A semi remote homestead encompassing 100 acres of hay,......
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