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In this picture taken in early June 2019, Tom Lafollette, caretaker of the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet (obscured behind left side of greenhouse), explains to visitors how he built this scratch-built geodesic greenhouse for growing tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables. The greenhouse is about 10 feet in diameter and is a slightly smaller version than a previous greenhouse he constructed from plans.

In this picture taken in early June 2019, Tom Lafollette, caretaker of the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet (obscured behind left side of greenhouse), explains to visitors how he built this scratch-built geodesic greenhouse for growing tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables. The greenhouse is about 10 feet in diameter and is a slightly smaller version than a previous greenhouse he constructed from plans. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO)

In this picture taken in early June 2019, Tom Lafollette, caretaker of the Annex Creek Hydroelectric Facility in Taku Inlet (obscured behind left side of greenhouse), explains to visitors how he built this scratch-built geodesic greenhouse for growing tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables. The greenhouse is about 10 feet in diameter and is a slightly smaller version than a previous greenhouse he constructed from plans.

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