Phil Kaspari is the Agricultural Extension Agent with the University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service in Delta Junction. Mr. Kaspari is a 23 year resident of Delta. He graduated from North Dakota State University at Fargo in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in agronomy.
He was hired immediately out of school to help with the development of a farm in the Sawmill Creek area, which involved initial land clearing through to the production and marketing of potatoes.
Mr. Kaspari has also worked in grain and grass seed production for Mike and Scott Schultz, and for the past 15 years he has been a commercial hay producer.
He has been a committee member of Delta’s Farm Bureau Noxious Weed Program since it’s beginning in 1995, and this is his seventh year with the Cooperative Extension Service. He also serves on the Salcha Delta Soil and Water Conservation District, Highways End Farmers Markets, and is an active member of the Delta Farm Bureau. Mr. Kaspari assisted in the implementation of the Alaska Certified Noxious Weed Free Forage Program as an instructor for an inspector certification course and continures to discuss the program at different venues.
Pesticide Safety Education Program
UAF Cooperative Extension Service
P.O. Box 349, Jarvis Bldg
Delta Junction, AK 99737