Road easements to the highway. Wells in area around 8.0 gpm. Surrounding farms report 3’+ topsoil making this outstanding farm land
AREA INFO: Agriculture in the Delta began during the Gold Rush period to fulfill a need of food for workmen and hay for horses and other livestock. No other significant agriculture development occurred in the area until the 1950s when several homesteads were established in the Clearwater area. In the early 1970s, a large scale commercial farming venture was established, proving potential for local grain and forage production. It was partially due to these efforts that Delta-Clearwater was chosen as the location for Alaska’s first large-scale agricultural project. Parcels in the area can range from a small farm of 20 acres to an average of 2700 acres for larger agricultural projects. Due to Alaska’s short growing seasons, farmers have adjusted to raising cereal grains such as barley and oats, grasses for forage and seed, hardy annual legumes, potatoes, vegetables and livestock. Delta farmers continue to plan for the future expansion of the industry in this region.
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