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Long Island farms and Sandy aftermath

Steven Mezynieski, owner of Driftwood Farms in Orient

Steven Mezynieski, owner of Driftwood Farms in Orient Point stands in a part of the flooded Privit Hedge farm. Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in Orient Point where about 40 acres of the 140 acre farm was flooded caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013) Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

After Superstorm Sandy, the Long Island farms Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue and Driftwood Farms in Orient Point still sustain damages.

Steven Mezynieski, owner of Driftwood Farms in Orient
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Steven Mezynieski, owner of Driftwood Farms in Orient Point stands in a part of the flooded Privit Hedge farm. Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in Orient Point where about 40 acres of the 140 acre farm was flooded caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in Orient Point where about 40 acres of the 140 acre farm was flooded caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

A view of the broken dyke on Driftwood
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

A view of the broken dyke on Driftwood Farms in Orient Point. Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in Orient Point where about 40 acres of the 140 acre farm was flooded caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Driftwood Farms, a wholesale Privit Hedge farm in Orient Point where about 40 acres of the 140 acre farm was flooded caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

Prudence Heston of Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Prudence Heston of Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue stands by West Creek where the dyke meets. Damage caused by caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

Prudence Heston of Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Prudence Heston of Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue looks at Tide Gates by her farm. Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue where a dykes broke and were washed over by the tides caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

Apples trees were flooded at Salt Air Farm
Photo Credit: Randee Daddona

Apples trees were flooded at Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue. Salt Air Farm in Cutchogue where a dykes broke and were washed over by the tides caused by Superstorm Sandy. (Feb. 28, 2013)

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