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Winter High Tunnel Growing in Virginia

February 11, 2021 Webinar on Winter Growing in Virginia
Photo Credit: Virginia Farm Bureau

Thursday, February 11, 2021 10-11 am EST

Chris Mullins, Greenhouse and Speciality Crop Extension Specialist
Susan Hill, High Tunnel Farmer at Hill Farm

Tis the season of winter growing. Are you interested in learning more about farming in the cold season in Virginia? In this webinar you will hear from Chris Mullins, a greenhouse and specialty crops extension agent at VSU, who will provide an overview of high tunnel growing. Then Susan Hill of Hill Farm in Louisa County will take you on a tour of her high tunnels where she will share management techniques and tips for growing through the cold season. Chris and Susan will then be available to answer questions.

Powerpoint Slides

2021VABFRC WinterGrowingMullins.pdf

Webinar Recording

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This webinar is part of a winter series of webinars sponsored by the Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition (VBFRC) Program and the Virginia Association for Biological Farmers (VABF). VBFRC is a state-wide and coalition-based program. Virginia Tech/Virginia Cooperative Extension serves as the backbone organization for the Coalition and the VSU Small Farm Outreach Program is the project lead of the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Grant that supports the Coalition. For VBFRC program questions, contact the program coordinator, Katie Trozzo at The Virginia Association for Biological Farming is Virginia’s primary organization for farmers, gardeners, and farm supporters promoting the future of organic and biological crop production. For more information, visit or email the administrator at