CSA farms help make purchasing fresh produce possible

Miriam Goler, co-owner of Full Circus Farm in Pine Plains, worked their Haflinger horses, Sandy and Sunshine. Partner Mark Stonehill said the farm’s name “comes from a desire to represent sustainability” of a circle as well as a “desire to show that it is also much more than that. It is a circus.” Photo submitted

MILLERTON— The growers who took center stage at the NorthEast-Millerton Library at its Meet Your Farmers event have three things in common: they are unique each in their own ways, they love their land and they love connecting with the people that land nourishes. 

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