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Commencement-Campus Closing - Kenai River Campus (Soldotna)
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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*Campus Closed -Year End Meetings May 12. Will reopen Monday May 15
The 21st annual Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference will take in person at Kachemak Bay Campus (Homer) from May 13 - 16. The 2023 keynote speaker will be Robin Wall Kimmerer and this year’s faculty include Francisco Cantú, Reyna Grande, Sara Eliza Johnson, J. Drew Lanham, Jason Mott, and Paisley Rekdal. Editor Daniel Slager from Milkweed Editions and agent Jin Ahn at the Wylie Agency will join the faculty to represent the publishing industry. To register and learn more visit the Conference website or call 907-235-1612.