Below are a list of our partners and other places to find more information on high tunnels.


University of Kentucky High Tunnels

The UK High Tunnel Research Facility is located on the University of Kentucky Horticulture Research Farm in southern Lexington, Kentucky. The center includes three stationary and three moveable high tunnels with each measuring  30′ x 72′. The Jacobsen Lab manages the tunnels where we grow a mix of fruit, vegetables, and cut flowers year round in these tunnels.


National Resources Conservation Service – KY division – *Funding Possibilities*

NRCS’s  programs help people reduce soil erosion, enhance water supplies, improve water quality, increase wildlife habitat, and reduce damages caused by floods and other natural disasters. NRCS provides funding opportunities for agricultural producers and other landowners through these programs.


Au Naturel Farm

Paul and Alison Wiediger- Successful KY high tunnel growers


Kansas State High Tunnel Listserv

The hightunnel listserv comprises over 850 members, most of which are growers using high tunnels. The listserv is a great place to learn what growers are doing with high tunnels, what crops and varieties do best, and what practices have been successful on local farms.


West Virginia University Extension

WVU Extension provides helpful information on production and economics of high tunnel vegetables and strawberries.


Cornell University High Tunnel Research

Research and resources on structures, crops, business, marketing, and enterprise budgets.




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