The Alaska Food Policy Council is wrapping up more than a year of food system research across the state. As part of the survey, the council held a series of town hall meetings from Nome to Juneau to find out how these diverse communities felt about food in their areas.
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Listener support, YOUR finanical support, has always been important. As your local public radio station faces various budgeting constraints, including now $78,000 cut from state funding this year, your donation is crucial. KBBI listeners will need to financially support the services and programs they enjoy on AM 890 now more than ever.
Now is the time to contact us; donate at www.kbbi.org/support, call 235-7721. Do your part to strengthen this valuable community by supporting us with a contribution during our Spring Drive; click here or call 235-7721. Thank you!
Electronics Recycling Event, Saturday, April 25
KBBI is proud to sponsor Cook Inletkeeper's 10th annual Electronics Recycling Event, Saturday, April 25, at SBS in Homer between 10 and 3. Recycling electronics helps protect water quality and healthy fisheries in Cook Inlet.
Do your part and bring your old electronics to SBS on Saturday, April 25 between 10 and 3. For information on fees and acceptable items, or to schedule a drop off time for businesses and non-profits, visit inletkeeper.org or call 235-4068 x34.
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