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New York markets hit hard

publication date: Oct 1, 2001
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Three weeks after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, farmers in the New York area were struggling to replace lost markets and income. Six of New York City’s Greenmarkets were closed in the aftermath of the tragedy. Two of them were at the World Trade Center, where 18 farmers were set up when the attacks occurred, and four others were in restricted areas of the city.


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