It’s winter in Pocahontas County. Well, not technically, of course, but with temperatures in the mid-teens at night, I am not getting hung up on technicalities. We distributed row covers to participants this fall so they could outwit our early frosts and keep harvesting longer this fall. I put one up too, sort of haphazardly, I have to admit. And yet, peeking under this thin blanket is like stepping back into fall. The bright lights chard, kale, and collards are still lush under the in the diffuse glow of the cover.  I’m excited to see how these work for us at the other end of the season.