Some economic aspects of farming in Alaska

with chief attention to the Matanuska Valley; progress report.
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Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- A
ContributionsAlaska Agricultural Experiment Station.
The Physical Object
Pagination89 p. illus., maps.
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Those three sectors are the federal government, petroleum, and the combination of all other sectors, according to ISER’s Scott Goldsmith, an economics professor. The Matanuska Valley is the best place to farm in Alaska. We have a short growing season, but high yields due to hours of sunlight and other factors.

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