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By Chance Hoener
Pittsburg Morning Sun 

Groups come together to open Kansas high tunnel

 


PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — Members from Live Well Crawford County, Kansas State University Research and Extension, the Career and Technical Education Center of Crawford County and the Crawford County Commission officially cut the ribbon on the high tunnel on the CTEC property Monday.

The Pittsburg Morning Sun (http://bit.ly/2qh1ThL ) reports that the high tunnel functions like a greenhouse, but sits on the ground, allowing produce to be planted directly into the soil, and was funded through a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation.

"It's such a neat project because it's so collaborative," Co...



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