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TOP STORIES AROUND THE COUNTY
New Children's Book Showcases Imperfect Produce
"The ugly-looking vegetables tasted just the same as the prettier ones." — Amelia Ritner

Williamstown Ag Commission Weighs in on Livestock Bylaw Proposal
We want to set a standard so the guys who aren't professional know what is required for proper livestock maintenance." — Jeffrey Kennedy

Williamstown Ag Commission to Discuss Proposed Livestock Bylaw
"The Board of Health definitely wanted the large professional farmers' input on this." — Jeffrey Kennedy

DEP Highlights Food Waste Ban At Red Lion Inn
"We are avoiding disposal and disposal costs." — David Cash

North Adams' Mountain Girl Farm Growing Naturally
"It grew from there; we started from one little goat to two and it kind of escalated." — Katie Barbeau

'Pasture-ized' Partners WTF, Cricket Creek Farm
"We thought it was an awesome idea, and we're really excited." — Cricket Creek Manager Topher Sabot

Hoosac Harvest Members Open Gardens for Annual Tour
"This money goes directly to trying to feed your neighbors, and I think that is a worthy cause." — Lee Venolia

Arrowhead Cuts Ribbons on Renovations
"In refurbishing this house, it is important that we protect it and use it." — Betsy Sherman

Electronic Billboard in Pittsfield Raises Safety Concerns
"I can see motorist being attracted to the sign and not see the children." — Louis Costi

Agricultural Program Aims To Raise Chickens At Melville's Farm
"It will grow organically, in the sense that it will not be a huge intrusion of farm equipment and all that right away." — Betsy Sherman

North Adams Hospital Food Waste Welcome at Pig Farm
"We're really pretty of careful of what we feed them and how we feed it." — Jennifer LaValley

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