How to (Easily) Make a Large Hoop House or Small Greenhouse
Posted on January 28, 2013
OK, so we’re trying out a fun new App called SnapGuide to help us create and share more How-To & Instructional posts. Unfortunately, we can’t seem to get it to embed our Guides quite the way we want into our blog posts, but we can still share the link and a screen capture for you to go have a look. Without further ado, please check out How to Make a Hoop House for Your Garden & Seedlings. by Aaron von Frank on Snapguide.
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Food explorer, seed & soil geek, duck evangelist, writer, health nut, and entrepreneur. Aaron is farm manager at Oak Hill Cafe & Farm, a no-till, permaculture, farm-to-table restaurant & farm located right down the street from his alma mater, Furman University, in Greenville, SC. In addition to their collaboration on Tyrant Farms, Aaron and his wife, Susan, are cofounders of GrowJourney.com, a USDA certified organic seed & gardening education company. Aaron also writes for Edible Upcountry Magazine, WordPress (.com), Daily Harvest Express, and other food and tech-related organizations. He serves on the board of the Diversified Agriculture Committee for the South Carolina Farm Bureau.