Muddy River got seriously flooded. I hope that he can recover soon! Many of our farmers were victims of Irene. I wish them all well and speedy recoveries from wind, rain, and flood, and hope to see them back in the market soon. Meanwhile, we need to support the farmers who are here -- they, too, have had some problems resulting from the hurricane. When I think of how they struggled to get here the week of 9/11, and gave us a sense of normalcy, I have only good thoughts for them.
Meanwhile, here's who's here: copy and paste: http://tinyurl.com/3mjcojg
Cheerful Cherry(grapes, heirloom and other tomatoes, white and yellow peaches), Two Guys (lettuces, greens, herbs), John Fazio(chicken, chicken parts, rabbits,ducks), Roaming Acres(Ostrich), Bodhitree(eggplants,beans,peppers,greens,squashes,squash blossoms),Divine Brine(pickled vegetables),Cayuga(Breads,grains,dried beans,flours), Hot Bread Kitchen, Miglorelli (wide range of produce), Madura(just mushrooms today), Bobolink(bread and cheeses), Pura Vida(fish and seafood), Sycamore(corn,heirloom tomatoes,peaches),Berried Treasures(shelling beans, heirloom tomatoes,red and gold raspberries,squashes,cress), Oak Grove (white and yellow peaches, wide range of hot and sweet peppers and heirloom tomatoes,melons,corn), Samascott(blueberries,strawberries,Italian plums,other produce), Norwich Meadows (squashes,melons,beans,greens,heirloom tomatoes,raspberries,peppers,okras, tomatillos), Van Houten (tomatoes,melons, Stokes(lemon grass, many basils,other cut herbs,heirloom tomatoes,potatoes,cucumbers).