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Cultivated by community: Spenard’s first neighborhood garden debuts in May

Cultivated by community: Spenard’s first neighborhood garden debuts in May

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A group of Anchorage women have banded together to build the first community garden in Spenard. Leading the charge is Michelle Wilber, program manager for the Alaska Community Action on Toxics’ Yarducopia, Alivia DeBusk, a member of the Anchorage Permaculture Guild, board member of Alaska Cold Climate Permaculture Institute, and owner of Adrift Gardens, Julie…

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In the beginning

In the beginning

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We see his name everywhere. Joe Spenard made quite a name for himself in Alaska, despite living here for only a decade. Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Spenard came to Alaska in 1909, where he would serve as the vice president of the Alaska Securities company. The City Express, Spenard’s transfer and taxi service was born…

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