April 22 2010 Alaska Newsletter
It may be I am getting a little ahead of myself, but I can't stop thinking, dreaming and planning for spring! Since spring is on my mind, I decided it probably was on the minds of many other people who are avidly awaiting the season of birth and growth and greening up. Alaska, for all it's cold climate, is also a land of avid gardeners. As with everything else, we believe in the motto; "Go big or go home!"
Here's the latest article from the Alaska site at BellaOnline.com.
Alaska Gardening and Agriculture
When people think of Alaska agriculture, the first thing that comes to mind are usually the huge pumpkins and cabbages at the State Fair. But farms and gardens in Alaska are prolific in spite of the frigid winters and late frosts. If it is "Alaska Grown", you can bet it's good!
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The Alaska Forum is in great need of a boost - if you can think of a topic you want to talk about, please pop over there and suggest it. I'll be happy to pick up the idea and run with it ... and if you've ever seen me run, you'll know it should be humerous, at least! Anyway, I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!
Have fun passing this message along to family and friends - hopefully there are some avid gardeners among you!
Deb Frost, Alaska Editor
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