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Frozen Ground 2016: Winter growing conference recap

publication date: Sep 1, 2016
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I was privileged to attend the 2016 Frozen Ground Conference held this past August in central Vermont.  There were two days of discussions, demonstrations, and networking about winter growing for farmers from across the US and Canada.
This was the second Frozen Ground Conference. It was organized by Sandy Arnold of Pleasant Valley Farm in Argyle, NY. The first one was organized by Arnold and Eliot Coleman in 2014, and its great success spurred this one. The format was a large round-table discussion, where everyone shared freely his or her research and production pictures. The conference was a mix of experienced farmers, extension agents, and seed company representatives. I left with several great takeaways.


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