Welcome to the Alaska Farm Service Agency Website

Danny Consenstein, State Executive DirectorDanny Consenstein, SED
Alaska State Farm Service Agency
800 West Evergreen Ave., Suite 216
Palmer, AK 99645
(907) 761-7738

Message from the Director

USDA Reminds Farmers and Ranchers of Nov. 4 to Submit Your RTCP Receipts

The Reimbursement Transportation Cost Program (RTCP) signup ended on September 9, 2016. This program covered transportation expenses incurred from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016. If you applied for the RTCP program, and have not turned all your receipts in to the FSA office, now is the time to do so. Applicants will have until Nov. 4, 2016, to provide supporting documentation. If you have any questions, contact your local FSA office.

For more information on RTCP, farmers and ranchers in the eligible areas can visit their FSA county office or the FSA website at or


Alaska County Office Committee Structure

The three-member Northern and Southern County Farm Service Agency committees will meet as announced.  A notice will be posted in the monthly State newsletter announcing the next scheduled meeting.

The Northern Committee members are:
McLaren "Mac" Carter, LAA-1
Roger C. Hendry, LAA-2
Robert Green, Chair LAA-3
Rebecca Hammond, SDA

The Southern Committee members are:
Christine Ford, LAA-1
William Hightower, LAA-2
Pam Lewis, Chair LAA-3


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Farm Service Agency Farm Loans

Are you a farmer or rancher who has substantially participated in a farming operation for at least three but no more than 10 years? Or are you a woman or minority-owned agricultural business? If so, you may qualify for beginning farmer or socially disadvantaged targeted loan funds with the Farm Service Agency. The USDA/Farm Service Agency makes both direct and guaranteed farm ownership and operating loans to family-size farmers and ranchers who cannot obtain financing from commercial credit sources. FSA loans can be used to purchase land, livestock, equipment, feed, seed and supplies. The loans can also be used to construct buildings or make farm improvements.

If you believe this program could be of benefit to you, please contact the Farm Service Agency Northern County Office at (907) 895-4242 or call (907) 761-7754 to reach the Southern County Office for more information. FSA loan officials will be happy to arrange an appointment to meet with you and discuss your options.

USDA is an equal opportunity lender and provider.

Farm Service Agency Programs

Reporting Farm Information

It is the responsibility of the producer to notify FSA throughout the year of any changes in farming operation or entity status. Please remember to update FSA records if you move or change your mailing address.