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Kodiak Baptist Mission
Kodiak Goat Dairy, Heritage Farm
Kodiak is so lucky to have the only Grade A certified goat diary in Alaska! They have goat milk cheeses, skyr and ice cream! And goat milk soap (not to eat)
Siene and Gideon grow hydroponic greens, herbs, and mirogreens in a container system so Kodiak can have fresh greens all year round
Uganik Bay, Kodiak Island
Soulmate Salmon is comprised of partners Adelia Myrick and Tollef Monson who make delicious smoked salmon jerky & canned salmon.
Kodiak fishing family
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One of the coolest community farms, providing fresh produce for the village of Old Harbor, where youth and adults get to work together to grow!
Delicious, Kodiak artisan-made jams, from locally-harvested salmonberries, fireweed, blueberries, strawberry, rhubarb, they are popular gifts!
Jill grew delightful produce for the community market all summer long.
Kodiak Middle School Agriculture
Kodiak Middle School teacher, Mrs. Johnson works with youth to grow in hoop houses and hydroponics systems. All sales go directly back into the program.
Kodiak Tea Company
Tom Schwantes Carrots
Some of the prettiest carrots you will ever find, and the tastiest too! It was a joy to get to sell these to our community, who raved about them!
If you grow produce in Kodiak, and you want to sell through the co-op, contact us! We will update the information soon!