In recent news, Vermont farmers faced another significant challenge as a powerful windstorm wreaked havoc, mangled greenhouses, and toppled trees, underscoring the growing frequency and severity of climate-related events. This incident is a stark reminder of the vulnerabilities inherent in traditional agricultural infrastructure and the urgent need for more durable solutions.
At Harnois, we recognize the escalating threats posed by climate change and are committed to offering market gardeners greenhouses built to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. Our structures are engineered with the most northern climate conditions in mind, ensuring high wind load and snow load resistance, providing peace of mind in the face of unpredictable weather patterns.
Why Our Greenhouses Stand Apart
- Engineered for Durability: Our greenhouses are designed to withstand the severe weather events that are becoming increasingly common due to climate change. From high winds to heavy snowfall, our structures are tested to endure, ensuring that your crops are protected year-round.
- Climate-Resilient Farming: With the frequency of damaging events on the rise, it’s more important than ever to invest in infrastructure that can mitigate these risks. Our greenhouses offer a sustainable solution, enabling market gardeners to thrive even as the climate changes.
- Commitment to Quality: We believe in supporting the agricultural community by providing products that not only meet but exceed industry standards for durability and resilience. Our freestanding reenhouses models are a testament to our commitment to quality, innovation, and the well-being of market gardeners. Our Ovaltech Greenhouse line up is approved by the NRCS High Tunnel Initiative.
A Sustainable Future
The recent windstorm in Vermont is a poignant example of the challenges faced by today’s market garderners. It’s a call to action for all of us to adopt more sustainable practices and resilient infrastructure. By choosing our greenhouses, market gardeners are not only safeguarding their livelihoods against climate change but also taking a step forward towards a more sustainable and secure future for agriculture.
Let’s work together to build resilience against the unpredictable. Invest in a greenhouse that’s built to last; invest in Harnois.