|For Vermont, no goodnight, Irene, just yet|
Portland Press Herald - 8/25/2013. By Wilson Ring, AP - Wallingford, Vt.: Two years after Tropical Storm Irene washed 10 acres of crops and an entire field of topsoil down a valley between the Vermont mountains, Evening Song Farm is distributing produce again. But it will be years, if ever, before the ground is productive again.
|Small farmers: Rules could halt local food trend|
The Boston Globe - 8/25/2013. By Holly Ramer - As the local food movement gains steam, northern New England farmers are steaming mad about proposed regulations they fear will leave them unable to meet growing consumer demand for their produce.
|After West disaster, News study finds U.S. chemical safety data wrong about 90 percent|
Dallas News - 8/25/2013. By Jon McClure, Daniel Lathrop and Matt Jacob - Even the best national data on chemical accidents is wrong nine times out of 10. A Dallas Morning News analysis of more than 750,000 federal records found pervasive inaccuracies and holes in data on chemical accidents, such as the one in West that killed 15 people and injured more than 300.