AFMA is a nonprofit organization aiming to improve the well-being of Alaska’s communities through resources and grant opportunities for Alaska’s agricultural community. AFMA seeks to connect farmers to their customers while supporting a statewide network of farmers, market managers, farm stands, CSAs, food hubs, vendors, and local food enthusiasts.
In 2005, Alaska’s Division of Agriculture had 13 markets registered — today, there are 56 farmers markets in Alaska providing communities with healthy, sustainable food resources to all Alaskans.
Explore vendors near you in our market directory, which gives information on Alaska’s food hubs, farm stands, and community-supported agriculture.
Become a member today! AFMA members are given access to annual conferences and workshops, networking opportunities, technical assistance, and voting privileges. Join our mission to advocate for state and federal policies that support farmers markets and more.
Alaska leads the nation in agricultural growth and there’s no sign of it slowing down. The average age of a producer in Alaska is two and a half years younger compared to the national average age. Moreover, Alaska leads the nation in the percent of new and beginning producers. Almost half – 46 percent – …