4-H in Alaska
Alaska 4-H is the educational youth development program of the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Agriculture and Forestry Experiment Station
A branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks - the site has information on the wide range of research being conducted.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
The national regulatory agency has a massive site with information ranging from computer applications for farms
to financing and hybridizing.
'Alaska Gardening Guide'
This 352-page book by Ann D. Roberts will help northern gardeners have the best vegetable garden they ever had. Available at
Full text of statutes concerning agriculture and animals.
Botanical Garden, University of Helsinki
An excellent resource for information on Northern plants, including a Dbase IV database with almost 10,000 entries.
Botanical Gardens and Museum, University of Oulu
A general guide to the gardens.
Denali Seed Company
Specializing in flowers and vegetables that do well under subarctic conditions.
English Cottage Gardening, Alaskan Style
Two experienced gardeners share their ideas of gardening in Anchorage - lots of planting tips and great photos.
Functional Foods from Finland
Development of health-enhancing foods including the sweetner Xylitol, and research into the health benefits of grains.
'Gardening in the Cabbage Patch in Fairbanks'
A complete on-line book (also available in print) by Pat Babcock, with information ranging from building a root cellar to choosing flowers and vegetables.
Georgeson Botanical Garden
Lots of information on this garden at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the classes and tours available.
The Icelandic Horse
Links to all the best sites about the breed.
Magnar's Arctic Perennial Garden
Living in Harstad, Norway, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, Magnar Aspaker has 450 perennials in his garden - his Web site lists them all, with over 100 photos.
The Matanuska Colony - The New Deal in Alaska
The history of this huge 1935 rural rehabilitation project north of Anchorage.
Detailed information on 526 plants, with photos, by Carl Axel Magnus Lindman - text is in Swedish.
Norwegian Ministry of Agriculture and Food
Facts and news in English.
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Departments include Plant & Environmental Sciences, with coursework in agroecology.
The Agricultural Association of South Iceland has posted a wide variety of information on Icelandic sheep, cattle, horses, and agriculture in general.
Federation of Swedish Farmers
LRF is the voice for Swedish farmers, forest owners and the agricultural co-operative movement, and the site has extensive information (in Swedish).
Swedish Forest Agency
A broad range information, from the complete text of The Swedish Forestry Act to details of the Gene Conservation Programme.
Swedish Board of Agriculture
Information on agricultural research and policy development, in both Swedish and English.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
History, photos, research activities and much more, in Swedish and English.
Sumar í Skagafirđi
The text is in Icelandic, but the images of life on an Icelandic farm, by Salvör Gissurardóttir, are wonderful.
The largest dairy company in Finland - lots of information about their products, especially cheeses.
Wild Edible Mushrooms
Much useful information on the commercial harvesting of morel, pine and other mushrooms.
Yukon Agricultural Association
The site has extensive information on the state of the industry, including members' activities and the annual Klondyke Harvest Fair.
Yukon Department of Agriculture
Lots of information on programs and on the state of the industry.