High Tunnel Survey: Your Input Needed

As part of our Northeast SARE project “Improving nutrient and pest management in high tunnel production”, we want to learn more about the practices you use and the challenges you face in your high tunnels. We plan to compare the results from this survey to one we did three years ago, at the start of the project.

Your responses will help us continue to design our research & outreach programs to provide the best resources for improving nutrient and pest management in high tunnels. Our grower advisors assured us that the survey “did not take a ridiculous amount of time”, and we have done our best to keep it short! 

The survey is available here: https://unh.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0TmQgBOHqNP4M05

This survey may take 10-15 minutes of your time. As incentive for filling out the survey, you'll have the opportunity to be entered into a raffle to win some fabulous prizes: **FREE REGISTRATION** to our next High Tunnel Conference, a brand new copy of The Greenhouse & Hoophouse Growers' Handbook, or a gift certificate for free high tunnel soil tests. 

We greatly appreciate your time and input.

– Becky Sideman & Heather Bryant (UNH Extension), Mark Hutton & Bruce Hoskins (University of Maine Extension), Margaret Skinner & Cheryl Frank Sullivan (University of Vermont), Eric Sideman (Maine Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association) and John Spargo (Pennsylvania State University)