Deep Winter Greenhouse Tour 2016
David Fluegel, Executive Director, Southwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership
The Univeristy of Minnesota (U of MN) Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships (RSDP) and the Sustainable Farming Association’s (SFA) Deep Winter Producers Networking Group are presenting a nine tour series of deep winter greenhouses across the region. The kickoff starts with the Minnesota Organic Conference Passive Solar Deep Winter Greenhouses Workshop (facilitated by Carol Ford, SW RSDP DWG Coordinator/Garden Goddess Produce) on January 7, 2016. The culminating wrap-up session will be at the SFA Annual Conference on February 13, 2016.
All of the tours are free-of-charge. Visit the SFA Deep Winter Greenhouse Tour website for more information.
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The U of MN Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships connect greater Minnesota communities with the University to help solve problems and take advantage of new opportunities. Their work links University resources with community-identified, regionally-based projects in clean energy, agriculture and food systems, natural resources, and tourism and resilient communities.
Rather than acting as a typical granting agency, the Regional Partnerships provide funding and facilitation to “buy” U of MN resources for community-based, applied research projects.
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