Farms Affected by Hurricane Irene

Farms Affected by Hurricane Irene

In the coming days, this list will be updated to reflect the extent of damage suffered by each farm and each farm's plans for the rest of the growing/Greenmarket season.

Farmers impacted, but still planning on attending markets:

Angel Family Farm, Orange County Extensive damage to vine crops.
Bodhitree Farm,- 60% loss, still attending all of their markets with summer and fall vegetables.
Bulich Produce
D'Attolico Organic Farm, Orange County - 85% loss, still attending Union Square on Saturdays.
El Mirador Farm, Monmouth County, NY40-50% loss. Extensive damage to vine crops. 100% loss of beans.
Evolutionary Organics, Ulster County - Lost 26 out of 28 acres, still attending market with summer vegetables.
Fresh Radish Farm, Orange County 40% of farm affected.
Gonzalez Farm, Orange County 80% loss, all of fall plantings gone.
Gorzynski Ornery Farm, Sullivan County
Honey Hollow Farm - Return to market is tentative due to cold storage problems.
J & A Bialas Farm, Orange County - 90% loss, temporarily attending the 97th St Greenmarket every other week.
J Glebocki Farms, Orange County- 80% loss, still attending all of their Greenmarkets.
J Madura Farms, Orange County
Jersey Farm Produce - Lost two greenhouses to flood damage, still attending all of his markets.
Kernan Farms - Lost tomatoes and squash.
Lani's Farm - 40% loss - mostly summer crops, some fall vegetables.
Lucky Dog Farm
Migliorelli Farm- 15% loss, most of that damage of his fruit trees. Still bringing a lot of produce.
Mimomex Farm, Orange County Heavy losses in vine and root crops. Almost all corn gone.
Monkshood Nursery, Columbia County 70% crop loss, still attending Jackson Heights and Columbia Univ Greenmarkets
Morgiewicz Produce, Orange County
Muddy Farm, Ulster County - 70% loss, will still be attending Abingdon Sq market.
Muddy River Farm, Orange County- 75% loss, still bringing to fall vegetables to market. Will be out of Union Square Fridays until 9/16.
Paffenroth Farms, Orange County - Lost some summer and fall vegetables.
Pavia Family Farm, Monmouth County, NYExtensive damage to vine crops, including summer and winter squash, watermelons, and cucumbers.
Perez Market, Orange County, NYAlmost complete loss of newly planted late season crops.
R & G Produce, Orange County- Extensive damage, still attending all of their markets.
R & R Produce, Orange Countynearly 100% loss, some parts of farm still under water after tropical storm Lee flooded them again.
Ray Bradley Farms, Ulster County- Extensive damage, lost most of their summer and fall crops. Still attending the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, done for the season at the 97th St Greenmarket.
River Garden - 80% loss of fresh cut flowers, still bringing in small amounts of fresh cut and dried flowers.
S & S.O. Produce Farms, Orange County-
Tamarack Hollow Farm- Lost all vegetables, still bringing in pork products
W. Rogowski Farm, Orange County-
Wilklow Orchards, Ulster County- Lost entire tomato crop, still attending markets with a wide variety of fruit, meat, and baked goods.

Farmers done for the season:

Acevedo's Farm
Conuco Farms
Nine-Jay Nursery

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