You could be eating fresh local strawberries in winter if this researcher has her way

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You could be eating fresh local strawberries in winter if this researcher has her way

Kimberly Lewers, a plant breeder for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with a sample of her handiwork.
Lewers breaks up the ice built up on her covered beds.
Phil Edmonds picks strawberries in late November.
Phil Edmonds, left, and John Enns work on covered beds of strawberries.
Lewers with the fruits of her labor.

You could be eating fresh local strawberries in winter if this researcher has her way

Kimberly Lewers, a plant breeder for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with a sample of her handiwork.
Lewers breaks up the ice built up on her covered beds.
Phil Edmonds picks strawberries in late November.
Phil Edmonds, left, and John Enns work on covered beds of strawberries.
Lewers with the fruits of her labor.
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