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Hot, fresh-baked bread right from the oven is incomparable, and this recipe from @alaskaflourcompany using #alaskagrown barley gives local flavor that will not disappoint. Will you dip it? Use for sandwiches? What's your glutenous go-to? Bon appetite!

Find this Homemade Barley Bread recipe from @alaskaflourcompany with the link in our bio.

#BuyAlaskaFresh #FreshBakedAK #homemadeBread #madeinalaska #alaskagrown #buyalaska

Hot, fresh-baked bread right from the oven is incomparable, and this recipe from @alaskaflourcompany using #alaskagrown barley gives local flavor that will not disappoint. Will you dip it? Use for sandwiches? What`s your glutenous go-to? Bon appetite!

Find this Homemade Barley Bread recipe from @alaskaflourcompany with the link in our bio.

#BuyAlaskaFresh #FreshBakedAK #homemadeBread #madeinalaska #alaskagrown #buyalaska
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Did you know... traditional materials often used by Indigenous Alaskan artists vary among the different native entities?

Alaska's tribal entities reside across a vast distance of Alaska, 663,300 square miles, and have lived and thrived in vastly different landscapes with different availability of food and materials. Each Indigenous Alaskan entity is diverse in culture, language, food, traditional way of life, and traditional arts.

Some materials are shared among different group members, but the following products may be distinct between native groups:

Inupiaq: dance fans, ivory jewelry and carvings
Athabascan: birch bark baskets; beaded and dentalium earrings, moose skin dresses, vests, and slippers
Yup’ik & Cup’ik: dance fans
Aleut & Aluttiq: beaded headdresses
Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian: Much of the art includes the family crest/clan symbol on blankets and carved into Sterling Silver or gold bracelets; cedar bark boats, totem poles, and hats

When purchasing art from Indigenous Alaskans, it’s important to understand the different tribes that reside in Alaska. Use the link in our bio to learn more and to buy Alaska Native Art.

Thank you to @TananaChiefs
Image courtesy of Sulianich Art Center - Mask carved from a whale vertebra with polar bear fur ruff. Crafted by Alaskan Native artist Larry Adams from Kivalina, AK.

Did you know... traditional materials often used by Indigenous Alaskan artists vary among the different native entities?

Alaska`s tribal entities reside across a vast distance of Alaska, 663,300 square miles, and have lived and thrived in vastly different landscapes with different availability of food and materials. Each Indigenous Alaskan entity is diverse in culture, language, food, traditional way of life, and traditional arts.

Some materials are shared among different group members, but the following products may be distinct between native groups:

Inupiaq: dance fans, ivory jewelry and carvings
Athabascan: birch bark baskets; beaded and dentalium earrings, moose skin dresses, vests, and slippers
Yup’ik & Cup’ik: dance fans
Aleut & Aluttiq: beaded headdresses
Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian: Much of the art includes the family crest/clan symbol on blankets and carved into Sterling Silver or gold bracelets; cedar bark boats, totem poles, and hats

When purchasing art from Indigenous Alaskans, it’s important to understand the different tribes that reside in Alaska. Use the link in our bio to learn more and to buy Alaska Native Art.

Thank you to @TananaChiefs
Image courtesy of Sulianich Art Center - Mask carved from a whale vertebra with polar bear fur ruff. Crafted by Alaskan Native artist Larry Adams from Kivalina, AK.
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Happy SBDC Day! The Alaska Small Business Development Center is pretty incredible. In addition to serving over 2,083 Alaska businesses all across our state in 2022, they also host programs like Trend, SSBCI, and of course... BuyAlaska! Let's give it up for this incredible resource for small businesses. 👏 @alaskasbdc

#sbdcday #alaskasmallbusiness #aksbdc #alaskabusiness #supportsmall #buyalaska #innovation #entrepreneurship

Happy SBDC Day! The Alaska Small Business Development Center is pretty incredible. In addition to serving over 2,083 Alaska businesses all across our state in 2022, they also host programs like Trend, SSBCI, and of course... BuyAlaska! Let`s give it up for this incredible resource for small businesses. 👏 @alaskasbdc

#sbdcday #alaskasmallbusiness #aksbdc #alaskabusiness #supportsmall #buyalaska #innovation #entrepreneurship
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Locals Are Closing the Gap for Alaska & Yukon Tours. Read the latest blog post by @AlaskaYukonTours on how locals are expanding the travel season and opening up new discounts & perks.

Link in bio!

Locals Are Closing the Gap for Alaska & Yukon Tours. Read the latest blog post by @AlaskaYukonTours on how locals are expanding the travel season and opening up new discounts & perks.

Link in bio!
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Newly Added Alaska Businesses

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Akcross Inc

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Alaska Fence Manufactuing and Supply

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Alaskan Heat Products, LLC

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