December 15, 2017
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How some Maine farmers have turned cold winter months into an extended growing season

By Gabor Degre, BDN Staff
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For the last 20 years, Eliot Coleman, known in Maine as the go-to guy on winter farming practices, has been commercially growing an array of cold-hardy vegetables through the winter on Four Season Farm in an unheated high tunnel and more delicate greens in the minimally heated high-tunnel greenhouse.


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