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$125 Late Payment Fee Assessed at 5:00 PM

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$125 Late Payment Fee Assessed at 5:00 PM


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UAA/KPC Foundation Scholarship Application Period Ends

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UAA/KPC Foundation Scholarship Application Period Ends


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Know Your Land 2023: Irrigation Systems for Large or Small Gardens

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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Mid Term Grades

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Mid Term Grades February 20 - March 10, 2023


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iPhone Nighttime, Low Light & Astro Photography with Taz TallyPage Title

Learn how to optimize your iPhone setup, settings, and shooting techniques to maximize your ability to great capture images in low-light conditions.


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Know Your Land 2023: Cover Crops and Crop Rotation

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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Spring Break - No Classes Held

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Spring Break - No Classes Held March 13 - 17, 2023


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Know Your Land 2023: Minimize Feed Costs by Optimizing Your Pasture

KNOW YOUR LAND is a free, bi-monthly series designed to help Alaskans understand and improve their gardens, soils, and other aspects of working with and caring for their lands. Talks take place in-person at Kachemak Bay Campus every other Thursday, 6:00-7:00 pm, and via Zoom. For details and presenters visit the Homer Soil and Water Conservation District website. The 2023 KNOW YOUR LAND series is a collaboration between Homer Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service Homer field office, and the KPC Kachemak Bay Campus Agriculture Program.


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KPC/UAA Closed, Spring Break Holiday, Recess

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KPC/UAA Closed, Spring Break Holiday, Recess


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$175 Late Payment Fee Assessed

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$175 Late Payment Fee Assessed


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