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Growing in a covered space seems to be a trend for many local vegetable growers and there is good reason in our northern climate. To help measure the soil health both inside and outside of a caterpillar tunnel, farmers can use a soil health report card with four easy soil health tests. Here are a series of reports from Sarah Lindblom of Solar Fresh Produce in Buffalo, MN, who received a Mill City Farmer Market Next Stage Grant to study and demonstrate caterpillar tunnels. La Vie en Rows, Phase 1 “Keep the Soil Covered” Click HERE Phase 2 coming soon! Other Articles by Sarah Lindblom: “The Power of One: Seeds” “The Garlic Belt” Back to Crow River Chapter Homepage
The future of Queensland and transitioning to a circular economy, that is both sustainable in resilient, is one of the keys to combatting climate change.
For 20 years the MSC has been part of a team effort to keep our oceans full of life. Keep it wild, traceable and sustainable. Choose the blue fish label.
On the shores of Lake Victoria, just outside Kampala city in Uganda, State Minister for Environment of Uganda Beatrice Anywar addressed over 300 African entrepreneurs and policymakers gathered in February 2020 at the Switch Africa Green regional forum to discuss how to advance green economy in…