A regional sub-group of the
Alaska Food Policy Council.
Interior Alaska Food Network, or IAFN, is made up of a wide variety of people that are gathered to share resources and to bring awareness of Interior Alaska food policies, failures, successes, changes, and opportunities. We hope to facilitate projects in the community that address areas of food security.
IAFN meetings are normally held once a month on the second Thursday at the Fairbanks Community Food Bank. We are always open to new faces to help with our mission!
Find all the information you need with our Resources page!
Find various food related locations on our custom map! From farms, to food banks, to community gardens and more!