SNAP/WIC/Senior Nutrition Programs


Alaska Farmers’ Market Quest Card Program

All Alaskans should have access to fresh, healthy, local foods. The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services and the Department of Natural Resources are working together to help farmers’ markets with the ability to accept Quest cards. Alaska Quest cards have Food Stamps (now called SNAP in most states) and TANF (also called “cash”) benefits. Both of these can be used at markets participating in the Alaska Farmers’ Market – Quest Card Program.


WIC/Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

Alaska’s farmers grow some of the best produce in the country. Fresh fruits and vegetables are an essential part of good nutrition. The Alaska Farmers Market program introduces WIC participants and eligible seniors to produce grown in Alaska. Through this program, participants are issued coupons that they can exchange for Alaska-grown fruits, vegetables and herbs at local Farmers Markets and farm stands. The program helps Alaska’s economy by bringing new customers to Alaskan farmers who sell their products directly to consumers. The USDA and the State of Alaska fund this program.

Learn more by visiting the state of Alaska website.

Market Managers: Are you looking for information on how to participate in the WIC (Women, Infants & Children) and Senior Farmers Market Programs?

Contact Erin Fahsholtz at Health and Social Services in Juneau, at: {encode=”” title=””} .

Managers, please fill out and return the following forms to get ready for the market season!

Banking form

FMNP Agreement

FMNP Farmer Application