In this photo taken Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011, Ed Champine watches the cutting blades as he harvests wheat at the Butterworks Farm in Westfield, Vt. Small farmers on the nation’s coasts are growing wheat again as more people clamor for locally grown food. An estimated 30 farmers in Vermont and Maine are growing an acre or two of grains, and a number of others with smaller plots. (AP Photo/Steve Legge)

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In this photo taken Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011, Ed Champine watches the cutting blades as he harvests wheat  at the Butterworks Farm in Westfield, Vt. Small farmers on the nation’s coasts are growing wheat again as more people clamor for locally grown food. An estimated 30 farmers in Vermont and Maine are growing an acre or two of grains, and a number of others with smaller plots. (AP Photo/Steve Legge)
In this photo taken Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011, Ed Champine watches the cutting blades as he harvests wheat at the Butterworks Farm in Westfield, Vt. Small farmers on the nation’s coasts are growing wheat again as more people clamor for locally grown food. An estimated 30 farmers in Vermont and Maine are growing an acre or two of grains, and a number of others with smaller plots. (AP Photo/Steve Legge)
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