Beaver Bark in Richland Washington has begun to build their own 10,000 square foot greenhouse. The green house will enable the company to control the quality of the plants they sell as well as to help them avoid importing as much from other areas such as Salem, OR; Seattle, WA; and California. The $500,000 greenhouse will have a retractable roof and sides to give the plants natural light when needed as well as to reduce the use of heaters and lights. By building this new greenhouse Beaver Bark's costs and energy used will be cut down a great deal. The green house will be used to grow plants such as tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, and other herbs, petunias, and pansies. Posted by Colleen Lane on
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