Kenai Peninsula Home
Centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula, this district arm of the Cooperative Extension Service serves communities large and small. We are the public service educational outreach for the University of Alaska Fairbanks, bringing research-based information to you.
- Home, Health and Family
Agent: Linda Tannehill, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Research Technician: Janice Chumley, email@example.com
- 4-H and Youth Development
Agent: Jason Floyd, Jfloyd1@alaska.edu
Find us on Facebook!
Lisa Burkhart, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office Manager/Administrative Assistant
Vicki Heinz, email@example.com
Hours and Location
Find us at:
43961 K-Beach Rd, Suite A
Soldotna, AK 99669
(in the Doors & Windows Building below Fish & Game)
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Lunch time closure: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Holiday Closures: December 25-31, January 1-3
Kenai Peninsula Flooding Information and Assistance
For up to date information on flooding on the Kenai, please go to the Office of Emergency Management website below
Neighbor to Neighbor Class Series
In an effort to encourage Alaskans in eating locally grown, produced, or gathered food and minimize energy consumption, the Neighbor to Neighbor series engages Extension volunteers to extend the reach of Cooperative Extension Service Sustainable Living programming.
Master Gardeners, 4-H Youth Development Leaders, Family & Community Education members and other community volunteers teach classes on raising animals for food and fiber; growing, harvesting and preserving fruit and vegetables; and techniques for living lightly on the land.
Neighbor to Neighbor classes offer local citizens the opportunity to share their knowledge and skills with their communities.
Interested in sharing your sustainable living knowledge with your neighbors?
Contact the Cooperative Extension Service, 907.262.5824.
Integrated Pest Management Issues
STRONG WOMEN LIVE LIFE
StrongWomen Live Life highlights Alaskan women who celebrate living a healthy lifestyle in the Greatland. These are women who apply their workouts to everyday living.
"I workout so that I can hike with my family! My favorite hikes - including the Harding Ice Field, go above the tree line. Hiking uphill is hard and always worth the effort." Deb Nyquist