Jennica Stetler, right, and Sayer Palmer, left, gather bunches of kale at Sunrise Farm in Hartford, Vt. Thursday, December 10, 2015. Kale and other cold hardy greens may freeze overnight, but with the few degrees of warmth provided by hoop houses and row cover, they will thaw in the daylight hours and can be safely harvested. "The snap is like popping bubble wrap or something," said Palmer while breaking off leaves of kale. "It's pretty satisfying." (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright © Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. - James M. Patterson | Valley News

Jennica Stetler, right, and Sayer Palmer, left, gather bunches of kale at Sunrise Farm in Hartford, Vt. Thursday, December 10, 2015. Kale and other cold hardy greens may freeze overnight, but with the few degrees of warmth provided by hoop houses and row cover, they will thaw in the daylight hours and can be safely harvested. “The snap is like popping bubble wrap or something,” said Palmer while breaking off leaves of kale. “It’s pretty satisfying.” (Valley News – James M. Patterson)

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