by Sandra Deacon, SCA Staff
It’s hot this late August afternoon and I’m working at home or trying to work anyway. Two old casement windows are cranked open and I’m distracted by the buzzing noise of many, many bumblebees swarming over a stand of Jerusalem artichoke aka Dump Daisies that are putting on their annual explosion of yellow. These bumblebees, I reflect, are not the only ones flocking to enjoy the extravagant bounty of what has been a memorably good growing season in southeastern Vermont. Many, many people, all of a sudden, want local produce.
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