Sustainable Farming In Vermont : News Photo

Sustainable Farming In Vermont

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NORTH BENNINGTON, VERMONT - DECEMBER 13: John Williamson holds a piece of a biodegradable packaging corner December 13, 2012 made by Ecovative Designs from flaxseed stalks grown on his 200-acre State Line Farm in North Bennington, Vermont. Ecovative Design, a Green Island, NY company, uses broken up flaxseed stalks mixed with a mycelium mushroom powder to form a biodegradable material to replace styrofoam. Ecovative Design gave Williamson seed to grow 4-acres of flaxseed plants as a test crop. He will retain and crush the seeds to make flaxseed oil to sell to cosmetics and food companies. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)
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NORTH BENNINGTON, VERMONT - DECEMBER 13: John Williamson holds a piece of a biodegradable packaging corner December 13, 2012 made by Ecovative Designs from flaxseed stalks grown on his 200-acre State Line Farm in North Bennington, Vermont. Ecovative Design, a Green Island, NY company, uses broken up flaxseed stalks mixed with a mycelium mushroom powder to form a biodegradable material to replace styrofoam. Ecovative Design gave Williamson seed to grow 4-acres of flaxseed plants as a test crop. He will retain and crush the seeds to make flaxseed oil to sell to cosmetics and food companies. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)
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