Geothermal domes nurture plants and learning in Pagosa Springs

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Geothermal domes nurture plants and learning in Pagosa Springs

More greenhouses expected to be built in 2018
The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership plans to build two more domes this spring along the San Juan River in Pagosa Springs. One will be a community garden and the other will be a demonstration space for aquaponics.
Miles and Maddie Baker distribute ladybugs with Colorado Master Gardener Pauline Benetti inside a greenhouse at the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership in Pagosa Springs.
Gardeners with 4-H are growing in Geothermal Greenhouse Partners Education Dome for the second year. From left, Marie Smith, Miles Baker, Kaila Limebrook, Kynslie Limebrook and Maddie Baker placed ladybugs for pest management.

Geothermal domes nurture plants and learning in Pagosa Springs

The Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership plans to build two more domes this spring along the San Juan River in Pagosa Springs. One will be a community garden and the other will be a demonstration space for aquaponics.
Miles and Maddie Baker distribute ladybugs with Colorado Master Gardener Pauline Benetti inside a greenhouse at the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership in Pagosa Springs.
Gardeners with 4-H are growing in Geothermal Greenhouse Partners Education Dome for the second year. From left, Marie Smith, Miles Baker, Kaila Limebrook, Kynslie Limebrook and Maddie Baker placed ladybugs for pest management.
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