Spring Schedule Available

Come learn practical skills for life. We have classes on urban farming, food business training, heating with wood and much more.

Click here to access the 2015 Spring Schedule.

Wednesday, April 8, 4 - 6 p.m.

Goats in Alaska and Making Simple Cheese. Demonstration on how to make goat cheese. Includes information on Municipality of Anchorage regulations on raising goats in the city. Registration required. Class fee: $10. Register here.

Composting Techniques Class

April 22, 7 - 8:30 p.m.

Turn your yard and kitchen waste into “black gold.” Includes information on vermicomposting with red wigglers.

Registration required. Class fee: $10. Register here.

Pesticide Applicator Training

April 13 - 15 & 17

See our flyer to find out who must be trained and certified to apply pesticides.
Contact The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation at 800-478-2577 or visit their website at http://dec.alaska.gov/eh/pest/ for information or questions about your category.
$55 per participant. Includes all materials and testing. Register online here or call our office at 786-6300 for more information.

Submit requests and photos regarding local insects, plants or diseases you discover!

The information submitted is sent to a statewide team who will promptly respond with information regarding the sample. As needed, pertinent information can be sent to local or state land resource managers who may quickly respond to potential problems.  To submit a photo for identification to the "Citizen Scientists" click here.

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Click here for a map to our office

UAF Cooperative Extension Service
Anchorage District Office
1675 C Street
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Phone: 907-786-6300
Fax: 907-786-6312


Office Hours
Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

What's going on in 4-H?

For more information on 4-H activities in our area, check out the Anchorage 4-H page!

Check out our archived "Info & Ideas" Anchorage newsletters covering many different Extension-related topics. 

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