With a $30,000 annual budget, the Delmarva Shore to Store Produce Program is hoping to see grower sales of local produce break $1 million this season. The Delmarva program is a joint effort by the agriculture departments of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. Delmarva is a combination of the three states' names, said Hugh Robinson, the agricultural marketing specialist who oversees the program. Delmarva helps local growers connect with area retailers, Robinson said. What's more, the program ...

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