Ana Richards, manager of the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity, was awarded the 2012 Extraordinary Woman of Diversity Award at a Celebration of Black History Month on Saturday, Feb. 25. This honorary recognition was given by the Board of Directors of the JP Jones Community Development Center to seven extraordinary women of the greater Fairbanks … Continue reading Ana Richards receives Extraordinary Woman of Diversity Award
The 2012 Annual Certified Pesticide Applicators Conference will be held from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 13 at the Coast International Inn in Anchorage. The cost is $50 with lunch provided. Attendants will receive seven and a half DEC-CEU credits toward recertification. ISA credits will also be available. Go online for more information about the … Continue reading Alaska Certified Pesticide Applicators Conference March 13
Celebrate and support KUAC TV’s AlaskaOne public television during their spring fundraiser at the 29th annual poster signing event, March 3 from noon – 4 p.m. at Well Street Art Co. This year, KUAC’s poster features “Berry Toss,” by Fairbanks artist Ken Whitten and is a thank-you gift for donors who support the mission of … Continue reading KUAC TV’s AlaskaOne poster signing March 3
Straus, a Master’s International Program student who is combining graduate work with Peace Corps service, departs Feb. 29 for two years of Peace Corps service in the African country, Gambia.
The top four candidates for Cooperative Extension’s Tanana District agriculture and horticulture agent will make community presentations this week and next. The finalists and their presentation dates are: Steven Seefeldt, March 1; Toby Day, March 6; Heidi Rader, March 7; and Mike Emers, March 8. The presentations will begin at 10 a.m. at the Tanana … Continue reading Extension agent candidates to make presentations beginning March 1