By Kendra Bobowick
Greenhouse Manager Fabienne Andette waters the early sprouts of plants grown at Lexington Gardens. She is part of the community that the Connecticut Agricultural Business Cluster hopes to promote.
Fields normally bristling with new growth in the spring and yielding farm-grown vegetables, flowers, or even ice cream from Ferris Acres Creamery may look tucked in to sleep for the winter, but the weather is misleading. The agricultural world is in fact busy even during the snowy, frigid winter months.