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My Turn: DIPAC, ADFG produce a 'silver' lining

...Montana Creek, Peterson Creek and Cowee Creek. These streams cannot possibly make a meaningful contribution to the food needs of a captive population of 30,000 people. This year, there have been fewer people fishing them and those that do have...
State to enforce federal work requirements for food stamps

...Some people can work quite a few hours in a minimum wage job and still not be able to pay their bills and meet their food needs, she said."We understand the importance of having food stamps there to help assist them with paying (for) their...
UAS drops NANA meals

...until 5 p.m. Fridays."We recognize that we don't have a lot of classes on Fridays but there are still going to be food needs for students," he said.The dining hall will continue to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, Dienst said. In-house...
Council to ask questions on Alaska grown food

...for southeast Alaska. Currently, she said, small local operations are unable to make a living at growing for local food needs.Before World War II, the Mendenhall Valley north of Anchorage was dotted with farms producing potatoes and dairy products...
Seek balance with wildlife

...include the increasing growth of human predator and their subsequent yield. By reducing our numbers, on a demonstrated food-needs basis, it will allow the wolf to live out the life they are entitled to. Alan R. Munro Juneau
Empty Bowls supports more than just food needs

Empty Bowls, The Glory Hole's annual fundraising dinner, is a literal reminder of the facility's role in feeding community members who may not be able to afford a good meal. It also an opportunity for locals to support the full range of functions that Glory Hole provides - it's not only as a soup kitchen, but a central source for a wide range of services geared toward helping patrons regain independence.
Homegrown produce and homemade meals transform taste buds at the Glory Hole

...continuing to make donations of canned goods, fresh produce, and unopened shelf-stable goods. He emphasized packaged foods need to be unopened."I hate to throw away food, but we have to follow the health code," he said.Dried beans and rice...
Empty Bowls encourages community involvement

...served 4,004 meals in January, and Lovishchuk estimates only about a third went to shelter residents. Though immediate food needs are being met, chronic food insecurity and housing issues remain tough problems, and the shelter can only help address...
Local growth

...She encouraged citizens around the country to plant their own victory gardens, partly to help reduce the country's food needs during wartime, and also as a way to boost morale. She was successful: At their peak, victory gardens supplied more...
United Fishermen of Alaska address subsistence review

...spoke at the meeting via teleconference. He said he didn't know about Southeast, but that meeting basic subsistence food needs along the Yukon river system is a real problem, something industry leaders don't refute. "Everybody knows that the...


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