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The concept was lofty — using the Hudson River to get upstate farm products to New York City — but the devil was in the details. A teeming resident population of 8 million, boosted daily by hoards of commuters and visitors, makes the city a tempting market. And many of those hungry mouths also want food that is farm-to-fork fresh. But sending more of upstate’s bounty to the city via tractor-trailer would just add to ...


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