The end of the harvest in Bethel

During her lunch break while working at home, Bridget Dowret, of East Bethel, Vt., picks late-season raspberries on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2023. Dowret said they did not get any berries over the summer, but since September they have been picking a lot and freezing most of them. After a frost the night before, she said most would go to her two dogs because the berries were a little soft. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

During her lunch break while working at home, Bridget Dowret, of East Bethel, Vt., picks late-season raspberries on Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2023. Dowret said they did not get any berries over the summer, but since September they have been picking a lot and freezing most of them. After a frost the night before, she said most would go to her two dogs because the berries were a little soft. (Valley News - Jennifer Hauck) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. VAlley News – Jennifer Hauck

Published: 11-01-2023 2:36 AM

During her lunch break while working at home, Bridget Dowret, of East Bethel, picks late-season raspberries on Tuesday. Dowret said since September she has been collecting a lot and freezing most of them. After a heavy frost over night, most of Tuesday’s haul would go to her two dogs because the fruit was a little soft, she said.

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