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  • Doherty-Guzzetti, Jean M. (2007-05)
    Green certification programs are intended to encourage sustainability by assisting organizations with environmental efforts and publicly recognizing those efforts. This study examined the characteristics and goals of ...
  • Noordeloos, Jacobus Cornelis (2016-12)
    Wildlife-vehicle collisions concern road engineers, wildlife biologists, and the motoring public. In Alaska, moose-vehicle collisions (MVCs) are the most commonly reported type of wildlife-vehicle collisions. Each year an ...
  • Unknown author (School of Natural Resources & Agricultural Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2003)
  • Masiak, Darleen; Sparrow, Stephen (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1990-12)
    Short growing seasons in interior Alaska, averaging 90 days in Fairbanks, are a major factor affecting crop production. In the past, volunteer germination of seed from previous years crops has been observed in the ...
  • Unknown author (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Alaska, 1963-04)
  • Unknown author (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1959-12-30)
    Agricultural research in Alaska is cooperatively sponsored by the University and the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Since 1948 the federal government has assumed major responsibility and leadership in this field, and ...
  • Unknown author (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1960-12-30)
    Agricultural research in Alaska is cooperatively and jointly sponsored and supported by the University and the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Since 1948 t he federal government has assumed major leadership and responsibility ...
  • Andrews, Richard A.; Johnson, Hugh A. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1956-10)
    An analysis of commercial farming in Alaska has long been needed. This report may supply helpful information. It spans the yea rs from 1949 to 1954, a time of rapid development and growth. T he study analyzes detailed ...
  • Andrews, Richard (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1953-10)
    Over half of the farmers in the Railbelt area of Alaska located on their farms after World War II, Farming on the current scale is so new that it is in a constant state of flux. Changes frequently occur in farm practices and ...
  • Andrews, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1955-06)
  • Unknown author (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2010)
  • Andrews, Richard A. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1954-12)
    Gross farm income to Alaskans was nearly 3 million dollars in 1953. Milk was the most important farm product, followed by sales of potatoes, poultry and vegetables, The Matanuska Valley provided over half of the total ...
  • White, W.T. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, 1933-10)
    The information given in this circular is drawn from the experience of the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations in handling their dairy herd at the Matanuska station and from other authoritative sources.
  • Scarseth, George D. (University of Alaska Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1956-09)
    Alaska's Extension Service was fortunate in again obtaining the services of Dr. George D. Scarseth, Director of Research for the American Farm Research Association. His task during the 1956 growing season was to review ...
  • Laughlin, Winston M.; Smith, Glenn R.; Peters, Mary Ann; Martin, Paul F. (Agricultural Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska, 1981-04)
    Another forage to supplement the native bluejoint (Calamagrostis canadensis) in the Caribou Hills area on Alaska’s lower Kenai Peninsula is needed. Domestic grass growth has seldom been successful, although timothy (Phleum ...
  • Laughlin, Winston M. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1962-04)
    Smooth Bromegrass (Bromus inennis Leyss.) is the dominant and mos t dependable perennial forage crop grown in Alaska. Preliminary studies of the influence of fertilizers upon crude protein yields of bromegrass in Alaska ...
  • Mitchell, Wm. W.; Laughlin, W.M.; Mitchell, G.A. (Agricultural Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska, 1983-02)
    This circular provides guidance on fertilizing native hay meadows of bluejoint reedgrass (Calamagrostis canadensis) on the lower Kenai Peninsula. It is based on a num ber o f experim ental trials conducted by the authors ...
  • Klebesadel, Leslie J. (School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, 1993-03)
    This report summarizes agronomic research with several species of fescue (Festuca spp.) conducted over recent decades at the Matanuska Research Farm (61.6°N) near Palmer in southcentral Alaska. Cultivars and strains within ...
  • Higgins, F.L. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1933-05-31)
    Many requests for information regarding the best varieties of field crops for interior Alaska have been received by the Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations. Field crops have- been tested by the stations in the ...
  • Holloway, Patricia S.; Willison, M. Sean; Sparrow, Stephen D. (Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2012)
    The Prudhoe Bay oil fields, Alaska were discovered in 1968, and commercial production commenced in 1977 with the completion of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Oil production has been declining since 1989, although additional ...

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