Sunday, September 25, 2011

One Example of a Vermont Farm Destroyed by Hurricane Irene's Flooding

Many farmers in the Eastern U.S. were hurt by Hurricane Irene's flooding. Lately we're being told there is a pumpkin shortage because of it. In the above video, the farmers of Evening Song Farm in Cuttingsville, Vermont, describe the damage when Mill River flooded and washed away their vegetable fields. This is just one example of the many farms that were destroyed in the storm.

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