Kenai Peninsula District Office
Unsolicited Seed Packages
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) urges anyone who receives an unsolicited package of seeds to mail those seeds to the location listed below for your state (click here for more information).
AgHort Outdoor Webpage
Loaded with resources and links for farms and gardens - Including a compendium of COVID-19 Resources (click here)
Agriculture, Garden, and Lawn Webinars
- Watch recently recorded webinars by the Kenai District you might have missed
- Sign up for Kenai District UAF CES email news and information updates
- Upcoming webinars offered nationally
Range and Livestock Calculators
- Cattle Stocking Rate Calculator
- Domestic Livestock Stocking Rate Calculator
- Pasture and Wildland Seeding Rate Calculator
- Forage Test Nitrate Converter
Spruce Bark Beetles: What you need to know
Spruce Bark Beetles are making an impact on spruce trees across the Kenai Peninsula. Click here in order to:
- learn what bark beetles are and how they damage trees.
- learn bark beetle groups in Alaska.
- learn signs and symptoms of bark beetle activity.
- learn potential bark beetle threats to Alaska.
- become familiar with the vocabulary of bark beetles.
For even more information, view Spruce Bark Beetles: Tree Management Options for Home and Woodlot Owners for Southcentral and Interior Alaska
The Kenai District Cooperative Extension Service Office is Temporarily Closed due to the COVID-19 emergency. However, we are still working to help keep our community well-informed and healthy.
For immediate assistance, please call: 907-260-4934
- If you have agriculture, horticulture, yard, garden, and crop pest and disease questions, please click here to submit your questions to Dr. Casey Matney by clicking here.
- If you have food and health questions please send an email to Linda Tannehill - firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you are interested in 4-H and Youth Development, please send an email to Cassy Rankin - email@example.com
Even when our office is closed, you can download all of our free publications anytime at http://cespubs.uaf.edu/
The 2020-21 4-H year officially began on October 1 and runs through the last day of September. View our 4-H Club Brochure for a list of the current clubs on the Kenai Peninsula and contact information on how to join. It's not to late to begin your 4-H journey and "Learn by Doing."
4-H Mission: 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
The Family Nutrition Program
We are offering all programming via live-streamed Zoom sessions, including the popular nutrition lessons for elementary students, for more information please contact Amorette Payment - firstname.lastname@example.org