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Monday, September 1, 2014

State program helps Alaskans eat fresh, local food

Kathy MacDonald, left, buys produce from Hillary King in Calypso Farm’s tent at the Downtown Market at Golden Heart Plaza in Fairbanks, Alaska, last month. Advocates for local food are pushing back against the notion that eating food grown or raised in Alaska is impossible or too expensive.