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Hydroponic farming takes root in CT

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal | 2

Connecticut produces a mere 1 percent or so of the fruits and vegetables eaten by its residents.

Tuller family preserves their 249-year-old farming legacy

John Stearns | 2

Don Tuller, like the six generations before him, has had to adapt and be resilient farming the 265 acres in West Simsbury that comprise Tulmeadow Farm.

New farmland harvest – solar energy – creating political sparks

JAN ELLEN SPIEGEL | CT MIRROR |

Two of Connecticut's well-intentioned environmental policies are coming to a head this year.

Suffield hydroponic farm will grow 40 jobs

Patricia Daddona |

Four Season Farm LLC, a newly formed startup, will develop 10 acres of land in Suffield as a hydroponic farm, where the company plans to create 40 new jobs over the next two years.

CT weighs renewables, where to put them

Matt Pilon | 1

Connecticut environmental officials are juggling many balls in working toward an update of the state's comprehensive energy strategy, or CES.

Environmental Council concerned about farmland solar

Matt Pilon |

The state Council on Environmental Quality, an advisory agency, has added its voice to concerns about increasingly large solar farms taking up agricultural land.

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