Staring down old man winter

The New England winter is around the corner with its short days and cold temperatures – not the ideal conditions for growing vegetables.
So what?
New Entry is offering three winter skills workshops to help growers extend the season and keep busy until spring. The first is coming up in just two weeks:
Winter Growing and Hoophouse Workshop
with Adam Montri, Michigan State University
TIME: 9 am – 1 pm
LOCATION: Casey Family Services Conference Room (18 Palmer Street), Downtown Lowell, MA
Topics will include:
– Structure Options and Selection – which hoophouse is right for me?
– Site Selection and Preparation
– Crop Selection, Scheduling, Harvesting, and Pricing
– … And lots of Q&A and crop profitability discussion.
The course costs $15, checks made payable to: Community Teamwork. To register, please email
Adam Montri is an outreach specialist in the Horticulture Department at Michigan State University where he coordinates outreach efforts for the MSU Student Organic Farm focused on hoophouses/high tunnels and sustainable and organic production and marketing with both urban and rural farmers across the state of MI. Adam was one of the original student organic farmers while an undergraduate at MSU. He received his master’s degree in Horticulture from Penn State University where he focused on organic high tunnel tomato production. He and his wife, Dru, and daughter, Lydia, own Ten Hens Farm in Bath, MI. Check out Adam’s Hoophouse Blog here:
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