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Minnesota Offering Farms Opportunity for Deep Winter Greenhouses

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture Research, Education, Extension, and Technology Transfer program has funding to support research, development, and beta construction of five farm-scale deep winter greenhouses. The new award provides supplemental funding for selected farms to partner with the University to build a farm-scale deep winter greenhouse.

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What is Carbon Farming? Why is Carbon Farming important?

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