New Study Shows Residents in Alaska Native Villages Pay More for Staple Grocery Items (For Edible Alaska)
It’s long been assumed that Alaska Native and American Indian communities pay higher costs for food while earning lower-than-average incomes. Now there’s data to back it up.
A food price monitoring report released June 5 with data from the first three months of 2017 illustrates how the combination of these two factors has led to nutritional and financial struggles for many Native American communities.
Not all of us have yards large enough for a compost pile — some don’t have a yard at all — but that doesn’t mean your food waste should go into the garbage can.
Meet your new best friend: the worm.
Read the full guide with images on edibleAK.com
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