Who We Are

The Alaska Farmers Market Association supports and promotes vibrant and sustainable farmers markets throughout Alaska. Buying local produce and goods supports a stronger community, secures a sustainable food system for our future, and provides nutritious and delicious food to be enjoyed year-round. 

AFMA was launched in 2009. Our purpose is to gather critical information for shoppers, markets, CSAs, and vendors to build partnerships, promote opportunities and create resources for our stakeholders. We specialize in local food promotion, grant and funding assistance, developing resources, hosting events, training, and more!

Whether you are a local farmer, resident, food enthusiast, or visitor, we help you access what you’re looking for: fresh, high-quality Alaska products. 

Check out our 2023 Annual Meeting Report

Board Members / Affiliations

Thank you to our Board Members and affiliations who dedicate their time to help guide AFMA in the right direction. If you are interested in joining our board, contact us at info@alaskafarmersmarkets.org!

Staff & Contractors

Robbi Mixon, Executive Director

Claire Marshalek, Co-Director

Meghan Geary, Local Foods Coordinator

Kyra Harty, Beginning & Young Farmers Coordinator

Board of Directors

Brad St. Pierre, President
Director, Tanana Valley Farmers Market,
Fairbanks, AK

Lauren Jerew, Treasurer
Manager, Homer Farmers Market, Homer, AK

Meghan Stangeland
Director, Salt & Soil Marketplace, Juneau, AK

Leah Wagner
Foundroot, Haines, AK

Brandi Jo Nyberg
Sauntering Roots Farm, Palmer, AK

Evelynn Trefon, Vice President
E&A Produce Market, Iliamna, AK

Phoebe Autry, Secretary
Farmland Conservation Director, Alaska Farmland Trust Palmer, AK

Cayley Eller
Tyonek Tribal Conservation District, Anchorage & Tyonek, AK

Jonathan Church
Moonstone Farm, Palmer AK


Kyra Wagner
Homer Soil and Water Conservation District, Director, Homer, AK

Annual Meeting Presentations:

2022 Annual Meeting – April 8, 2022