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Farm to table: A bit tricky in winter, but in high demand
by Lisa Rathke
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27 January 2017
On 27 January 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Demand driven by the farm-to-table movement knows no seasons, so farmers in colder areas of the country (America) increasingly use greenhouses and similar structures to meet wintertime demand for local produce. The federal government helped spur the growth in winter farming by providing financial and technical assistance to farmers to install high tunnels to extend the growing season, protect crops from harsh conditions, reduce energy use, and improve air quality by reducing the transportation of food. Between 2010 and 2016, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service helped producers construct more than 15,000 high tunnels around the country, with Alaska having the most.
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