Sept. 1, 2018: Rhubarb respect and dairy dreams

Sep 4, 2018

Wilderness View Farms in Sterling grows rhubarb commercially on the Kenai Peninsula.
Credit Jenny Neyman/KDLL

Dave Ianson thinks rhubarb could be the next big thing in Alaska agriculture, if only growers would show it a little love.

And if you're thinking about raising dairy goats, make sure you plan ahead so your experience doesn't turn sour.

Curious dairy goats at Karluk Acres in Sterling.
Credit Jenny Neyman/KDLL

Links from this episode:

Karluk Acres, Julie Wendt and& Paul Vass:

Phone: 907-252-3980

Website: www.karlukacres.com

Facebook: Karluk Acres

Wilderness View Farms, Renee and Robert Wall:

Phone: 907- 260-6616

Kenai Peninsula Borough Planning Department:

Website: https://www.kpb.us/planning-dept/planning-home

Harvest Moon Local Food Festival information:

https://www.kenailocalfood.org/copy-of-events