It’s been a sweet season for apples

Hundreds of ripe sweet apples wait to be pressed into cider at Happy Valley Orchard in East Middlebury this past Tuesday. County orchards reported a bumper crop this year — and great turnout for pick-your-own season, especially during September’s mild, inviting weather. Independent photo/Steve James

Trees in Bridport, Middlebury, Monkton, New Haven and Shoreham produced a bumper crop in 2021, and in some cases those trees are still giving.

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