Tropical Storm Irene: 100 Days Later

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Tropical Storm Irene: 100 Days Later

Reviewing Irene's Damage, the Relief Efforts, and How You Can Help

Summary

By the time Irene reached the Northeast on August 28th, 2011, it was no longer a hurricane, but this tropical storm still devastated many areas in the Northeast.  Unlike in earlier spring and summer storms, our creameries were spared, but dozens upon dozens of our dairy farms sustained property damage and loss of crops and even livestock, such as:

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How are the farms doing now and what can you do to help?

Relief efforts are helping our farmers bounce back from the devastation suffered in the wake of Irene.
 
Agri-Mark (Cabot's parent cooperative) moved quickly to pay all of our dairy farmers the full value for the milk they lost in the storm.
In addition, many fundraising efforts have taken place, including:
 
How can you help?

These are just a few of the efforts helping our farmers bounce back.  
We invite you to personally join in the relief efforts by making a contribution to:
 
Our farmers thank you for your continued support.

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Keywords: Volunteerism & Community Engagement | Cabot | Farms | Irene | Tropical Storm | dairy farms | hurricane