You can harvest crisp veggies through snowy, wintry months using the plans in this article.
ILLUSTRATION: MIKE BIEGEL
Pile your veggies with a straw and soil cover to store them for fresh eating — even if it snows — in an old-fashioned root clamp.
Most root crops, such as carrots and beets, can simply be replanted in a trench silo to store through the cold season.
By layering apples with straw, you can store them in a buried garbage can through winter.