Give it a try! Place THREE ORDERS with no commitment to join.

Simply sign-up and select your pick-up location (Anchorage, Homer, Ninilchik Seldovia, or Soldotna) and place an order. If you place a fourth order, a yearly membership fee of $1-100 is required (sliding scale- pay what you can)

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2019 Season
Homer: 
April April 24 – Nov. 13 
Soldotna: 
May 15 – Oct 23
Seldovia: May 22 – Oct. 23

Homer: Opens April 24th, first pick-up, May 1st! 

  • Wednesday Pick-up, 3:30-6pm at Sister Ship in Old Town, 195 Bunnell St., Ste A (to right of Two Sisters Bakery, in front of Public Health)
  • Wednesday Pick-up, 2:30-6pm at South Peninsula Hospital (details to come)
    (to right of Two Sisters Bakery, in front of Public Health)
  • We are exploring new pick locations in Homer – stay tuned!

Soldotna: Opens May 8th, first pick-up, May 15th! 

  • Wednesday Pick-up, 3:30-6pm at Soldotna Cook Inletkeeper Headquarters – 35911 Kenai Spur Hwy Ste 13 (formally home to the Mattress Ranch)
    We are exploring new pick locations in Soldotna – stay tuned!

Seldovia: Opens May 15th, first pick-up, May 22nd! 

  • Wednesday Pick-up, Afternoon at Airport @ Smokey Bay Air Terminal

This is how it works:

    • Producers add and update their own inventory and pricing on the Alaska Food Hub website.
    • Buyers shop online from multiple farms, compare products, and read farmer profiles – learn about each product, growing methods and certifications
    • Buyers choose a pick-up location (Anchorage, Homer, Ninilchik, Seldovia, or Soldotna) and pay online by credit card.
    • Additional items may be ordered throughout the ordering cycle. Your card is charged after the pick-up date.
    • If you find yourself in a different pick-up location area, you can order from there too- you’ll just need to pick up your order at the specified location.
    • Farmers receive orders by email and harvest, pack and deliver all of their orders to the pick-up location before your scheduled pick-up window.  Farmers are paid weekly, by the Food Hub.

The Alaska Food Hub aims to save time and money for farmers and their customers. Customers can order from multiple farms and pay through one website. Customers pick-up from a single location, during a set time and day.

Single aggregated pick-up is convenient for customers and reduces carbon footprint significantly. Farmers spend less money and far less time off the farm by delivering to a single location.