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    Jeremy Steeves, manager of Strawberry Hill Farms in Skowhegan, beside maple syrup products on Tuesday. Steeves is one of several farmers who are owed money for products after Barrels Community Market in Waterville closed recently.

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    The closed Barrels Community Market store on Main Street in Waterville in September.

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    Shoppers check out Barrels Community Market’s offerings last December. The store closed for financial restructuring in August, then for good in September.

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    Jarret Haiss harvests some greens from the hoop house at Moodytown Gardens in Palmyra on Friday. The farm is one of several vendors that hasn’t been paid by Barrels Market in Waterville, which closed in September.

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    Jarret Haiss displays a radish grown in the hoop house at Moodytown Gardens in Palmyra on Friday.

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    Jarret Haiss bags the winter produce as his partner, Johanna Burdet, holds their daughter, Tiger, at Moodytown Gardens in Palmyra on Friday.

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    Johanna Burdet and her partner, Jarret Haiss, along with their 10-month old daughter, Tiger, walk to the hoop house where they have winter veggies to harvest at their farm, Moodytown Gardens in Palmyra, on Friday. Moodytown Gardens is one of the businesses that has not been paid for its produce by Barrels Market in Waterville, which closed in September, but the owners say they are still supportive of the co-op.

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