This site was prepared for new high tunnel producers across the VT, NH and ME, Tri-State region to provide basic resources for getting started in tunnels. Growers of all experience levels will benefit from these resources! This project is funded by Northeast SARE and led by the University of Vermont in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire.














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factsheetS | newsletters | videos | & MORE

You asked for them! We produced and compiled them! Topics include pest and natural enemy id, disease diagnostics, nutrient management and more!


Workshops | seminars | Events

 2023 Regional High Tunnel Conference was held on Dec. 6-7, 2023, West Lebanon, NH.



Tunnel Vision Listserv

Join your peers by signing up for this private email list. You will recieve the hottest new high tunnel information and stay in the loop about upcoming events. If you wish to join, please email cfrank@uvm.edu


external links

Check out this list of resources from other institutions and agencies.


High Tunnel Team

Margaret Skinner (PI) & Cheryl Frank Sullivan (Co-PI)

Lead Institution: University of Vermont, Entomology Research laboratory, 661 Spear Street, Burlington, VT 05405

mskinner@uvm.edu | (802) 656-5440 & cfrank@uvm.edu | (802) 656-5434

Rebecca Maden (Co-PI), University of Vermont, rebecca.maden@uvm.edu

Ann Hazelrigg (Co-PI), University of Vermont, Plant Diagnosic Clinic, ann.hazelrigg@uvm.edu

Heather Bryant (Co-PI), University of New Hampshire, heather.bryant@unh.edu

 Anna Wallingford (Co-PI), University of New Hampshire, anna.wallingford@unh.edu

Becky Sideman (Collaborator), University of New Hampshire, becky.sideman@unh.edu


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This material is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, through the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program under subaward number LNE22-445. Univ. of VT Extension and USDA cooperating offer education and employment to everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital or familial status.


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