The Fairbanks Soil and Water Conservation District is continuing its Compost and Food Waste
Reduction project this summer. As part of that project, we will be offering locally produced
compost and similar soil amendments for sale at our annual tree sale. None of these products
are available for pre-order, stop by on Friday and Saturday to check out our available products.
Read the descriptions below to get a better idea of what will be offered. Questions? Email

St. Isidore Farm
St. Isidore Farm is a 3rd generation family-owned farm located in North Pole, Alaska. They create
organic compost from only native Alaskan grasses on their farm. After three years of
composting, they sell the compost in bulk quantities. FSWCD will be providing smaller
quantities of their compost for home gardeners who are looking for locally produced compost.
We will have test results and application instructions for anyone new to amending their soil
with compost. Bring your own bucket to take home some compost! Don’t worry, we will have
bags available as well. Looking for a larger quantity of compost? Contact the farm directly. Visit their website:

Questions about the Backyard Composting Program? Email compostfbx@gmail.