Kenai Peninsula District Office

The Kenai District Cooperative Extension Service Office is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 emergency. However, we are still working to help keep our community well-informed and healthy. If you have agriculture, horticulture, yard, garden, and crop pest and disease questions, please click here to submit your questions or request for assistance (click here). If you have food and health questions please visit our Ask an Expert program.  Alternatively, you can still contact us by phone or by email.
 
Even when our office is closed, you can download all of our free publications anytime at http://cespubs.uaf.edu/

 

Scheduled Classes/Webinars

At this time, we have cancelled all in-person workshops and classes at the Kenai District Cooperative Extension Office Classroom and are instead offering Zoom Webinars.  These webinars are free.  If you have previously registered for a class you will be contacted with cancellation details, and additionally, all persons RSVP'd or registered for an event will be sent new information with connection details 24 hours prior to each webinar.  

Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, April 14 5:30 pm Pasture and Hay Workshop Part 1 - Understanding Soils, Fertilizers, and Lime
Tuesday, April 21 5:30 pm Pasture and Hay Workshop Part 2 - Seeding, Harvesting, and Grazing
Thursday, May 7 5:30 pm  Composting for your Farm, Yard, or Garden
Tuesday, May 12 5:30 pm  Lawn Management for your Home
Tuesday, May 19 5:30 pm  Preparing Your Garden Soil for Planting and Warming Your Soil
Thursday, May 21 5:30 pm  Direct Seeding and Transplanting into the Garden

 

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Soil Testing and Interpretation

Understanding what nutrients are available in your soil for your plants is needed in order to supply your garden with the building blocks to promote healthy and vigorous growth.  Taking a soil sample and analyzing a soil test is the only way to know what nutrients are in your soil and how much fertilizer to apply to your garden. Review the documents below for more information on taking a soil sample, testing, and interpreting your results.

Range and Livestock Calculators

 

 
Office is Temporarily Closed
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., closed during lunch (12:30 - 1:30 p.m.)
Phone: 907-262-5824
Fax: 907-262-3939
Located off K-Beach road in the same building as Fish & Game
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 Spruce Bark Beetles: What you need to know