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Comments On - After the Storm


Our hearts go out to those of you who were affected. I hope the CSA subscribers understand and appreciate the idea that we all get to share in the impact of these things when they happen, and not to just expect the farmers or growers to shoulder the weight of the problem by themselves.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 9/18/2011 8:33:33 PM
It's been so hard for the CSA farms -- and hard for us who counted on that produce, too. Hurricane Irene was a lesson in preparedness and problem-solving for all of us. What's coming next?
Debbie, New Canaan, CT
Posted: 9/13/2011 7:34:03 PM
You're right; it's been a summer of furious weather and tremendous loss all over.
Judy, South Salem, NY
Posted: 9/9/2011 6:49:34 AM
Judy, this year's weather has been a year like no other that I can remember. We in the Midwest have had our issues with tornadoes and the on going flood along the missouri river. My heart goes out to thoses that have had the homes and crops destroyed all across the country. I've heard that the ranchers in Texas are selling off their herds of cattle because of the droughts. The country sure is getting shaken by the weather this year. My state of Nebraska has escaped from the extreme weather destruction so far but there's still the prediction by the Farmer's Almanac which says that the midwest will have a wet winter. That means lots of snow. One inch of rain equals about 12 inches of snow. My thoughts and prayers go out to the East Coast folks dealing with the hurricane season.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 9/9/2011 6:10:32 AM
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