Organizational Information about the Frosty Feathers Poultry Club

Last updated: 7 January 1998

The Frosty Feathers Poultry Club was organized in February 1994 for the purpose of educating ourselves and the public about poultry, improving poultry production practices in Interior Alaska, and fostering communication and cooperation among poultry owners. As far as we know, we're the only poultry club in Alaska.


We currently have 29 memberships, including 11 individual memberships, 10 family memberships, 7 junior memberships, and 1 sustaining membership. Members receive our quarterly newsletter, The Frosty Feather, and have the opportunity to participate in all club activities. You can receive information on becoming a member by sending e-mail to the address at the bottom of this page.

Other information

The official Bylaws of the Frosty Feathers Poultry Club

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