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Podcast Episode 46: Hudson Valley Farm Hub with Bob Dandrew 

click to enlarge Bob Dandrew of the Local Economies Project
  • Bob Dandrew of the Local Economies Project

A few months ago, the Local Economies Project of the New World Foundation announced the purchase of 1,255 acres in Hurley, the Gill Farm, and the creation of the Hudson Valley Food Hub. According to Local Economies Project, the Farm Hub will serve as "a regional center for farmer training, agricultural research and demonstration of innovative farm technologies."

Bob Dandrew, director of the Local Economies Project stopped by to chat about what the heck a farm hub is, what it'll look like on a day-to-day basis, and its ambitious goal to expand farming in the Hudson Valley.

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