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Moby the Mobile Greenhouse


Every year, Moby will travel to a new community to kick-start local growing efforts. Over the last three years, Moby spent growing seasons in Juneau, Kake, and Hoonah. 

This spring, Moby the Mobile Greenhouse will travel to Yakutat. Yakutat City School partnered with Yakutat Tlingit Tribe with the support of the US Forest Service, to work towards their long-term interest in having a permanent greenhouse. The Yakutat Tlingit Tribe (a close partner of the Yakutat School District for many projects) has a goal of developing food sustainability within the community. They have a strong Tlingit Language program in the school that includes language for plants. With this partnership, both the language program and the environmental programs will have strong involvement exploring how Moby can lead to a more permanent structure and become a part of the community.

To apply to use Moby, the Mobile Greenhouse in your community check back in the fall for detail on the application period. 

Questions? Email lia@growsoutheast.com or call 907.321.5425 



Moby Fact Sheet

Teacher Manual and Activity Guide

Blog Posts

Growing Sunday dinner in rural Alaska: Ted Eliot on Gardening

Written and published with Alaska's Capital City Weekly The days are getting shorter and full of rain. Many Southeast Alaskans are dreading the impending seasonal shift. In Hoonah however, one 12-old boy is pretty excited. Standing over his garden, Ted Elliot pops...

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On the Road with Moby, Alaska’s First Traveling Greenhouse

Written by Lia Heifetz for Edible Alaska Adam Davis drives the Mobile Greenhouse off the Alaska Marine Highway ferry to Kake. Puzzled drivers look on as the greenhouse cruises down Egan Drive toward the Juneau ferry terminal. There it is delicately backed down the...

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Check Out Some Recent Photos of Moby in Action!


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