Ag Culture Climatic challenges to food production are accepted Socio-economic benefits of agriculture are understood Planning for the next generation of farmers/ranchers Business climate conducive to agriculture is supported in regulation and statute
Clean Water Act Irrigation Runoff Rainfall Snow melt Livestock Lagoons Drainage ditches Septic Systems Buried Irrigation Lines Irrigation Ditches
Long-term restoration of Alaska’s supply lines from and export pathways to the Lower 48 may take many months, even years, while damaged or destroyed infrastructure in the PNW is repaired or replaced. Without Pacific Northwest ports available to load barges and container ships with these commodities, the state and its consumers would rely on trucking to bring these supplies north in smaller amounts and at higher cost. It is in the best interest of the State of Alaska to develop plans and mitigation strategies to minimize such impacts on Alaska before a damaging PNW earthquake compromises the state’s principal economic lifelines.
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