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In this picture taken in early June 2019, tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables thrive in the scratch-built geodesic greenhouse that Tom Lafollette made at the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet. Lafollette explains that he's set up an automated watering and venting system to keep the plants watered and the greenhouse ventilated.

In this picture taken in early June 2019, tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables thrive in the scratch-built geodesic greenhouse that Tom Lafollette made at the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet. Lafollette explains that he’s set up an automated watering and venting system to keep the plants watered and the greenhouse ventilated. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO)

In this picture taken in early June 2019, tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables thrive in the scratch-built geodesic greenhouse that Tom Lafollette made at the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet. Lafollette explains that he's set up an automated watering and venting system to keep the plants watered and the greenhouse ventilated.

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