How to choose which crops to grow from among those suitable for the cool seasons, including comparing the cold-hardiness of various crops. How to grow varied and plentiful winter greens for cooking and salads; turnips, radishes and scallions. How to plan so that your hoophouse is filled with productive food crops in the cool seasons. How to calculate how much to harvest and how much to plant. How to make maps, schedules, and month by month planting lists. How to achieve a good crop rotation, and smooth seasonal transitions. How to get continuous harvests and maximize use of the valuable space, including transplanting indoors from outdoors in the fall. How to pack more in with succession planting, interplanting and follow-on cropping. The workshop includes tips to help minimize unhealthy levels of nitrates in cold weather with short days. Late winter uses can include growing bare-root transplants for planting outdoors in spring.