Alaska Plant Materials Center

Serving Alaska's needs in the
production of Alaska native plants
and traditional crops.

The Northern Latitude Plant Materials Center (PMC) provides testing, production, development, and distribution of materials to meet environmental requirements and promote commercial development of native species.

The PMC's mission is to develop and transfer state-of-the-art plant science technology to support the Alaskan agriculture industry.

Of Interest

Weed Free Forage and Gravel Inspector Certification Training

Weed Free Class

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2014 Alaska Native Grass, Grain and Flower Seed Sale Availability List

2014 Alaska Native Grass, Grain and Flower Seed Sale April 14-25

Download .zip video of 2014 Potato Symposium Meeting  
(Large file: 304M - stable internet connection required)

Alternative Plant Suggestions - Poster

Alternative Plant Suggestions - Brochure

Alaska Plant Materials Center Release Notice Available to Commercial Producers Regardless of Residency

Native Plant Source Directory

State of Alaska Prohibited and Restricted Noxious Weeds

Alaska State Seed Laboratory Poster

Alaska State Seed Laboratory Charges (effective Jan. 1, 2010)(202k) | Download zipped pdf (190k)

State of Alaska Seed Regulations (980k) | Download zipped pdf (860k)

Rural Village Seed Production Project


Alaska Forage Manual (8m) | Download zipped pdf (7m)

A Field Guide to Alaska Grasses | Browse Online

Interior Alaska Revegetation & Erosion Control Guide (10m) | Download zipped pdf (9m)

Coastal Revegetation & Erosion Control Guide (18m) | Download zipped pdf (17m)

Publications by the Alaska Plant Materials Center listed by topic and author

Consolidated Annual Report: 2011-2012 (6m) | Download zipped pdf (6m)

For higher resolution documents contact the Plant Materials Center directly.



"DNR's mission is to responsibly develop Alaska’s resources by making them available
for maximum use and benefit consistent with the public interest."  

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