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Do you enjoy farms, farmers markets? Let Morris County know!

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Do you shop at farmers markets and local roadside stands for fruits and vegetables? Perhaps your family prefers local garden shops to big-box stores for finding spring and summer plants. Some people just love visiting Morris County’s many farms to see the animals, pick pumpkins and breathe the country air. Then again, maybe none of it matters to you.
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Do You Enjoy Farms, Farmers Markets? Please Let Morris County Know!

Online Survey Launched to Gather Preservation Planning Data. Do you shop at farmers markets and local roadside stands for fruits and vegetables?. Perhaps your family prefers local garden shops to big-box stores for finding spring and summer plants. Some people just love visiting Morris County’s many farms to see the animals, pick pumpkins and breathe the country air.
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