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Contact Info:​

State of Alaska
WIC Program Office
Phone: 907-465-3100
Fax: 907-465-3416

PO Box 110612
Juneau, AK 99801

SNAP-Ed Information for the Public

Subsistence Hunting & Fishing

SNAP benefits can be used to purchase subsistence gear, such as hunting and fishing gear, and some gardening supplies.

Did you know? You can use your SNAP benefits to purchase hunting and fishing gear. 

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Every Bite Counts!

Finding ways to include fruits and vegetables into your family meals is not only healthy; it’s fun and easy when we do it together. Make healthy meals together, go to

Mini-Magazines: Tundra Plants

Tundra to Table Playlist

Arctic Food Security & Nutrition Network collaboration with FRESH

Map of Alaska and Canadian Provinces 
The Arctic Food Security & Nutrition Network (AFSNN) was established in 2015 by the Alaska DHSS Family Nutrition Programs with the goals of reducing food insecurity in Alaska, Yukon, and Northern Canada; informing policy makers; and building cross-border relationships.

In the beginning of 2020, AFSNN began a new collaboration with Food Research, Enterprise, and Sustainability Hub of the North (FRESH), a multi-institutional effort between faculty at the University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Pacific University, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks. FRESH’s goal is a more food secure and sovereign Circumpolar North through education, research and engagement, and local food systems and economic development. Through the collaboration AFSNN is further expanding capacity, outreach, and collaborative opportunity relevant to food security and food system development in the Circumpolar North.

Visit the FRESH website to sign up for the newsletter, post a food-systems job opening, or join the Collaborator Catalog!

SNAP Public Retailer Information

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