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Dehumidifying kilns for Drying Herbal Teas in southeast Alaska. by Daniel J. Slakey. 2006. University of Alaska Fairbanks.School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences. Senior Thesis Series ST-2006-03.

This senior thesis explores the use of dehumidifying drying kiln for drying wild herbs and teas. It explores different plant materials, drying schedules, pre-drying options, drying times for different plant materials and problems associated with this method of drying for commercial production of wild teas.

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Native plant materials for economic development in southeast Alaska by Jason Downing. 2006. University of Alaska Fairbanks.School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences. Senior Thesis Series ST-2006-04.

Twenty native plants were evaluated based an economic value score and abundance in southeast Alaska. Each is described based upon its potential economic value for rural development in Alaska

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