State hopes upcoming agricultural land sale near Nenana will bear fruit

Agriculture projects in Alaska have yielded mixed results. Sometimes it works; sometimes it takes decades to bear fruit. Now, Alaska is working on its next big effort to promote agriculture — a large-scale land auction in the Interior. As Alaska Public Media’s Jeff Chen reports, the Alaska Division of Agriculture hopes the land will be used for ranching, wild harvests, grains, and more.

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