Cold temperatures don’t mean the end of local fresh produce as the winter harvest is just beginning.
and ingredients. >> all right, patrick. thank you. well, you might think that cold temperatures that are coming on the way mean the end of fresh local produce for the season. butso really, tha rt’s not the case. rhode island has several winter farmers markets, we’re going to learn all about it on the show this morning. joing us to give us the details from the division of agriculture is casey rhine. we often associate summertime withme the farmers markets, area churches sometimes havees them in the parking lot, but winter is a time when we can still find fresh produce. what can we find for local produce. >> there are the winter crops, like cauliflower, for eflxample, carrots,ot potatoes, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, all those nice kind of green foods, so they’re all still growing. they’re growing under green houses, cold frames. >> i think people forget that, there’s a lot to green houses