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Innovation makes a farm for all seasons

Pete Johnson Pete Johnson is already harvesting the vegetables grown in a heated half-acre plastic hoop house at Craftsbury Village Farm in Northern Vermont. (Globe Photo / Jonathan Levitt)
By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / April 23, 2008

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CRAFTSBURY, Vt. - It's mud season in Northern Vermont. Some hillsides are green, others still piebald with old snow. The rivers are running heavy and the ground is a sloppy wallow. Most local farmers are still weeks away from being able to work their land. (Full article: 633 words)

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