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Growing Educated Eating Throughout the Hudson Valley with Glynwood

Despite being best known for their farmer training programs, CSA organic produce, and farming and food advocacy, the Glynwood Center for Regional Food and Farming is also deeply committed to finding ways to give non-professionals—your everyday Hudson Valley residents, foodies, and visitors—a fun, free, and educational glimpse at farm life.


Fresh As It Gets: Berkshire Co-op Celebrates its Fourth Expansion

The Berkshire Food Cooperative, which began in 1981 as a buying club of Great Barrington families, now does $8 million in annual sales with over 3,500 member-owners and about 60 employees. The co-op is preparing to move into a new custom-built location, with twice as much space for more organic produce, meat, dairy, seafood, fresh flowers, and bulk foods along with a comfier, bigger cafe.


Blooming Hill Farm Celebrates 45 Years of Organic Growth

Love fresh, local, and organic?


Hudson Hemp: Pioneers of Regenerative Agriculture

Columbia County-based Hudson Hemp occupies an intersection of stewardship and wellness. Using regenerative agriculture practices, the company is producing organic hemp and full-spectrum CBD oil for the booming wholesale market, while pioneering research into the benefits of sustainable farming and the healing properties of the hemp plant.


Tivoli Mushroom Supply Company

Hotel Tivoli Chef Devon Gilroy's Career Mushrooms
After moving upstate to take a job as the executive chef at Hotel Tivoli's The Corner restaurant, Devon Gilroy was exposed to the joy of growing and foraging ingredients for his dishes. This fascination blossomed into the Tivoli Mushroom Supply Company, an organic mushroom growing enterprise that he runs out of a 1,000-square-foot warehouse in Hudson along with his sister Grace.


Visit Catskills Farms with Table to Farm Tours

A New Delaware County Agritourism Venture Connects Farmers and Consumers
Kevin DePodwin and Lindsay Barton's new agritourism venture, Table to Farm Tours, takes guests on daylong excursions to four or five local farms, ranging from dairies to maple syrup producers, so consumers can meet the growers that make their food and see how their operations work.


Hudson Valley Farmers’ Market Roundup 2018

Here is a roundup of farmers markets in the Mid Hudson Valley.


Celebrating New and Old at Love Apple Farm

From Art Exhibits to Mexican Food, A Look at this Ghent Orchard's Diverse Offerings
Since coming under the ownership of Art Omi trustee Francis Greenburger in 2012, Love Apple Farm has been transformed. The central, 9,000-square-foot building houses a fresh food market, a bakery, a Mexican cafe, and an art gallery.


A Q&A with NOFA-NY

New York's Premier Organic Organization
From their annual conferences to policy efforts to resources for farmers and organic certification program, NOFA-NY is the premier organic organization in the region, working to create a sustainable regional food system that is ecologically sound and economically viable for farmers.


Find Your Local, Hudson Valley CSA

Get Your Fresh Produce Share for the 2019 Season
Find farms that provide CSA near you. CSA, or community-supported agriculture, gives you a share of the crop every week for a pay-upfront price, financially supporting the hard work of local farmers.


Spring Farm Day in Harlem Valley

Harlem Valley Farm & Food Alliance Welcomes Visitors to Area Farms
Spring is a busy time on every kind of farm. On March 25, meet the farmers and food producers of Harlem Valley in Dutchess County, and follow along as they go through their seasonal activities, from boiling maple syrup to milking dairy cows to caring for baby goats.



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