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Topic - Mary James
"Right now, even if schools came to us, we couldn't serve them, because we don't have storage, and it would just rot in the fields," she says.
"With the ceiling fan on and the AC to 60, it keeps my vegetables all right," says Mrs. James, co-proprietor with her husband, Nelson, of the 35-acre Dogwood Farms in Maple Hill, N.C. "But it froze me.