• Market for the Products of Cropland in Alaska

      Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950-07
      A preliminary appraisal of the market for agricultural products grown in Alaska is set forth In this report. The publication is the result of one of several studies being conducted by Government agencies to ascertain the basis and the extent of Alaska's agricultural future. Early sections of this report describe present marketing practices and agencies. The last section discusses the characteristics and location of the market and indicates measurements of its potential size In terms of the acreages of local cropland that may be required to supply it. The extent of the future market outlets is of primary importance to both present farmers and future settlers.
    • Some Economic Aspects of Farming in Alaska: With Chief Attention to the Matanuska Valley

      Barrows, H.H. (Alaska Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950-01)