I spent this week driving around Vermont and New Hampshire, looking at the devastation created by Irene and seeing the efforts to clean it up. I saw many fields that had been flooded down to the rock, bridges of all sorts wiped out, and clearing out of rivers and streams going forward. We here in the city have no idea how lucky we were.
Our Daily Bread, Hot Bread Kitchen, Cayuga
Samascott's delicious apples and pears
Miglorelli, Norwich Meadows, Bodhitree, Two Guys, and others for winter squashes, greens, lettuces, etc.
Muddy River for carrots, various onions, brussels sprouts, etc.
Madura for many kinds of mushrooms
John Fazio for chickens and chicken parts, ducks and duck parts, rabbits and
rabbit parts, duck and chicken eggs.
Dancing Ewe for succulent Italian cheeses. Ask them about their olive oil CSA.
Bobolink cheeses and breads
Queens County Farm Museum's greens and other produce.
Deep Mountain Maple syrups, candies, and other maple products.