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Amba Farms is a small-scale, family operated business located at 29 Wood Road, Bedford Hills, NY 10507 in Westchester County. We focus on growing a wide variety of produce from every vegetable family, as well as fruits and herbs, with particular emphasis on exciting lesser-known heirloom species. We use all organic methods and employ many permaculture principles with the goal of health, vitality and sustainability for our ecosystem.
We research seeds from around the world for growing, looking for flavor, texture, color, nutrition. We focus on soil, soil, soil. Building live, nutrient rich soil, is our passion. Our goal is to always improve our soil organically and sustainably season after season.
Organic Produce Products include a wide variety of organic fruit and vegetables, including many varieties of Beans, Cannellini, Mung Beas, Vermont Cranberry Beans . . . and much more.
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Cabbage Hill Farm is located on 70 acres at 115 Crow Hill Road, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 in Westchester County. Cabbage Hill, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to the preservation of historic farm animals and uses sustainable agriculture techniques and aquaponics. Products include a variety of mixed greens and vegetables, smoked trout, duck eggs, and a variety of pasture-raised beef and pork cuts.
"No chemicals, hormone, or antibiotics are used in our operation. We take part in the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York Farmer’s Pledge Program."
Blue Hill Cafe at Stone Barns is located at 630 Bedford Road in Pocantico Hills, New York 10591.
Local, grass-fed and organic ingredients Outdoor Dining
The word is from the owners "A respite for hikers and moms with active toddlers, Blue Hill Café offers light snacks, farm-fresh lattes, and jars full of locally grown goodies. Warm Paninis made from Hudson Valley cheeses and our greenhouse vegetables and fresh sausages created right in Blue Hill's kitchen are available to eat in the courtyard or to take on a walk around the farm."
Click to read review Blue Hill at Stone Barns, serving Farm-to-Table cuisine, is located at 630 Bedford Road in Pocantico Hills, NY 10591 in Westchester County. From the owner: "In spring of 2004, Blue Hill at Stone Barns opened within the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York. The Barbers helped create the philosophical and practical framework for Stone Barns Center, a working four-season farm and educational center just 30 miles north of New York City, and continue to help guide it in its mission to create a consciousness about the effect of everyday food choices.
"Sourcing from the surrounding fields and pasture, as well as other local farms, Blue Hill at Stone Barns highlights the abundant resources of the Hudson Valley. There are no menus at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Instead, guests are presented with a list of over a hundred ingredients, updated daily, which contains the best offerings from the field and market."
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The word is "If you are open to trying new things and want an elegant and unique dining experience" have at least one dinner at Blue Hill. Most agree that "it was fantastic and look forward to going back". Before booking, check prices on their website menu. Blue Hill is "very expensive, but . . . the food was not only delicious, fresh and nutritious, it was a work of art." Most agree that although pricey "be prepared to be amazed" as even the service was impeccable". A few do not agree as they exclaim "a lot of pomp, a little protein (small portions) and an extraordinary bill".
Things To Do at Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture Children's Programs College Programs Cooking Classes Cooks and Gardeners Farm Camp Farming Classes School Programs Sustainable farming practices Teacher Training
Gardnerville Farms, a certified organic farm, is located at Gardner Road, Altamont, NY 12009, Albany County in the Hudson Valley. We grow organic garlic, hot peppers, raspberries, blackberries, and herbs.
Morning Fog Farm is located at 1207 Switzkill Road, Berne, NY 12023, Albany County in the Hudson Valley. We offer organic vegetables, herbs, naturally raised beef and pork.
". . . We have produced certified organic eggs averaging 45 dozen a week for a N.J. store. We have frozen our own vegetables, dried our own herbs and searched out farm meat sources when necessary for the last 14 years. Now we would like to provide a source for others who wish to eat the way we do. If we sell it, then we eat it; and if we eat it, we either raise it or we know who does (and how).
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Longfield Farm, a small family farm is located at 1093 Township Road (Route 146), Knox NY 12107, Albany County in the Hudson Valley. We produce naturally-raised lamb, wool and artisan breads. We are committed to sustainable pasture management and humane animal husbandry. Our animals are hormone-free and only receive antibiotics when sick. Our chickens clean the barn, so we use less parasite medication. Our farm and home are solar powered and our pastures absorb more greenhouse gases than all of our animals and farm operations produce.
Eight Mile Creek Farm, a family owned and operated farm situated between the Catskill Mountains and the Helderbergs, is located at 40 Johnny Cake Hill Road, Westerlo NY 12193, Albany County in the Hudson Valley.
Our farm consists of hay fields, vegetable gardens, ponds, a creek, woodlands and rolling pastures. Because of the diversity of our landscape, we are home to a variety of wildlife, including river otter, beaver, fisher, porcupine, waterfowl, raccoon, fox, coyote, bear and deer. The farm and some of its buildings date to 1835. Our farm is named after the Eight Mile Creek, which originates in the Helderberg Mountains.
Attractions Historic buildings Wildlife
Certified Organic Organic eggs Organic beef Organic seasonal produce
Thompson-Finch Farm, a certified organic U-Pick farm offering pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and apples, is located at 750 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancram NY 12502, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley. Thompson-Finch Farm is a family-run fruit farm that specializes in growing certified organic fruit. The farm is known region wide for high quality fruit and our season long "Pick-Your-Own" operation.
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Berry Farm, an organic U-Pick farm, is located at 2309 State Route 203, Chatham NY 12037, Columbia County in the Hudson Valley. Berry Farm is an organic farm also offering pick-your-own berries. The Berry Farm has provided Columbia County with food that is locally grown pesticide free and organic, farm to consumer, since 1982.
"The berries grown, as well as the beautiful Sunflowers, Zinnias, herbs, winter squash and pumpkins, fresh greens and herbs; are available all winter long with the addition of our passive geo-thermal, passive solar greenhouse." Bring the kids and enjoy pick-your-own berries.
With the greenhouse in full production mode, we offer a large selection of greens, turnips, beet greens, kale, scallions, herbs, braising mix, radishes, and more, all grown pesticide free in our greenhouse. We also handle beef, poultry, lamb, pork and fish. Press blue button for more about Berry Farm offering organic produce and pick-your-own berries.
Attractions Fresh greens and Herbs Sunflowers Winter Squash Zinnias
Little Seed Gardens, a 97-acre certified organic CSA farm, is located at PO Box 195, Chatham NY 12037, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley. "We are committed to agricultural practices that protect land and human resources, build biological diversity, and produce quality food for our local communities. Our food is grown without synthetic insecticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilizers."
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) offers farmers and community members the opportunity to join together to create markets for reasonably priced, healthy seasonal foods. Most CSAs produce a wide variety of organically grown vegetables and herbs.
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CSA Products & Projected Harvests
June - July Arugula, Basil, Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Broccoli Raab, Cabbage, Chinese cabbage, Carrots, Garlic Scapes, Italian Dandelion, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Mustard greens, Radishes, Scallions, Spinach, Sugar snap peas, Turnips, Salad Mix
Hawthorne Valley Farm, a Demeter-certified biodynamic CSA farm, is located at 327 County Road 21C, Ghent, NY 12075, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley. Hawthorne Valley Farm is a 400-acre farm, comprised of pastures, fields, woodlands, and a 12–acre market garden. The commercial and production facilities of the farm are nestled in the hamlet of Harlemville.
"We have forged a special relationship with members of the community and with those who support our farm and our farming practices. Membership in our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) means receiving a share of the weekly garden harvest of Hawthorne Valley Farm. It also means coming to know and understand the life of this particular farm and supporting the farmers in their efforts to grow healthy, nutritious food in a way that is environmentally responsible."
The rewards of CSA membership are great. Learning to eat seasonally, cooking and preserving new and interesting vegetables, celebrating the growing season through special membership events on the farm, and most of all, coming to feel a sense of connection with your local farmer.
The farm store carries a full line of organic fruit and vegetables year-round; and during the growing season, we have produce from the farm, as well as other local growers. Hawthorne Valley Farm itself produces organic (biodynamic) vegetables, which are sold in the store and at the Union Square and Inwood green markets.
Biodynamic/Organic Products Bakery (certified organic) Dairy (yogurt, quark, fresh and aged cheeses, raw milk) Fruit Grass-fed beef and farm-raised pork Sauerkraut Vegetables
The Farm at Miller's Crossing is a diversified Demeter-certified biodynamic farm offering Certified Organic produce and CSA shares. Miller's Crossing is located at 81 Roxbury Road, Hudson, NY 12513, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley.
The farm has 30 acres of vegetables within a 60-acre rotation, as well as 75 acres of pasture for our cows. The greenhouse provides room to grow the farm's transplants and bedding plants for sale. Produce is marketed through CSA, local farmers' markets, and wholesale accounts.
CSA members join in the winter and pick up their share of vegetables weekly during the season. Through this type of purchasing consumers and farmers share the risk of a difficult season as well as the bounty of a good year. Because of their diversity, CSA farms rarely have "bad years". In a rainy season, the greens are happy; a hot and dry year grows great tomatoes. The Farm at Miller's Crossing offers regular family sized shares as well as single shares for smaller households.
Organic CSA Products Arugula, Adian Basil, Bok Choy, Broccoli, Broccoli Rabe Cabbage, Carrots, Celery, Collard Greens Eggplant: Italian & Japanese Escarole, Kale Radish, Red Round Potatoes Squash, Zucchini Tomatoes, Turnips and more
What is Demeter® USA? Demeter® USA is a certifier of Biodynamic® farms and products. Biodynamic agriculture goes beyond organic, envisioning the farm as a self-contained and self-sustaining organism. In an effort to keep the farm, the farmer, the consumer, and the earth healthy, farmers avoid chemical pesticides and fertilizers, utilize compost and cover crops, and set aside a minimum of 10% of their total acreage for biodiversity. The entire farm, versus a particular crop, must be certified, and farms are inspected annually. In order for a product to bear the Demeter logo it must be made with certified Biodynamic® ingredients and meet strict processing standards to ensure the purest possible product.
Roxbury Farm, a Community Supported Farm (CSA), is located at 2501 Route 9H, Kinderhook NY 12106, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley. "All our produce is grown without the input of any synthetic or artificial fertilizers or pesticides . . . We believe that soil health is the basis for sound farming.
We are members of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York's Farmer's Pledge in place of becoming certified organic."
"We strive to provide our animals with environments that best suit the instinctual needs of the animal. Our lamb is all grass-fed and our pigs are pastured and fed organic grain. Our beef is also 100% grass-fed."
"Roxbury Farm is a community supported farm. We grow vegetables, herbs, and grass-fed pork, lamb, and beef for over 1000 shareholders representing over 1200 families in four communities: Columbia County, the Capital Region, Westchester County and Manhattan . . .
Red Oak Farm, a certified organic CSA farm is located at 1921 Route 9 Stuyvesant, NY 12173, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley.
We specialize in certified organic produce. We provide produce from early May through mid to late November. We distribute our produce through our CSA, local markets, and special orders. We also offer a diverse line of herbal teas and organic herbal products.
In Red Oak Farm's CSA Program, members pay at the beginning of the season for a weekly installment of ever-changing, in-season produce from our farm. It runs from mid-May through mid-November, and in the course of a season provides over 40 different types of delicious, fresh-picked produce. Installment payments or other agreed upon payment schedules are also possible. We also offer an extended share option starting in mid-November which runs into the winter, offering an array of roots and other storage and cold-hardy crops.
Organic CSA Products Arugula Beets, Broccoli Carrots, Cucumber, Garlic Green Beans, Kale, Onions, Potatoes, Peas Salad Greens, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, Turnips and more
Fishkill Farms, a U-Pick farm offering organic pick-your-own fruit and vegetables, is located at 9 Fishkill Farm Road, Hopewell Junction NY 12533, Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley. Enjoy apple picking at this beautiful farm offering "healthy" and "pesticide free" produce.
Fishkill Farms is Eco-Apple certified for sustainable and clean growing practices by Red Tomato, a third party certifier; for Fishkill Farm apples.
Our vegetables are grown according to organic standards, certified by NOFA-NY's Farmer's Pledge program, and we have recently started the transition of a block of our apple orchard to organic management.
Attractions Apple Cider Donuts and Fresh Pressed Cider Bouncy Castle for kids Face Painting for kids Farm Animals - See our pasture-raised heritage breed laying hens. Hay Jump for kids Hay rides to the orchards and around the farm
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Upstate Farms of Highland, a Community Supported Agricultural (CSA) farm, is located in Red Hook NY 12571, Dutchess County in the Hudson Valley. "Upstate Farms operates year-round, offering our clients a wide range of products. We work with multiple small farms in upstate New York to distribute the very best locally produced food."
CSA Products Apples Eggs Herbs Honey Locally made cheeses Organic Vegetables
Walnut Grove Farms, offers fresh vegetables in season, and is a source of all natural beef. Walnut Grove is located at 285 Youngblood Road, Montgomery, NY 12549, Orange County in the Hudson Valley.
"The Roebuck family, through Walnut Grove Farms, is committed to bringing you all natural fresh and preserved produce with the assurance that no pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used in the growth and harvest of their vegetables. . . . Also available is natural grass fed beef raised on grass and hay grown on fields that have not had chemicals of any kind for 25 years."
Hesperides Organica Farm, a CSA farm, is located at 5 Owl Lane, Warwick, NY 10990 in the “Black Dirt” region of Orange County, NY. While other farmland may contain 5 percent organic matter, the black dirt or “muck soil” contains 50-90 percent organic matter. We sell our produce through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).
Hesperides Organica offers a full-season, weekly subscription for local, freshly-picked, sustainably-grown vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Why Buy Local
Local food tastes better; it hasn’t traveled thousands of miles and then sat in a warehouse.
Local food preserves diversity and the selection of produce that is healthy and tastes good; not because it has a long shelf life or can be machine harvested.
Why buy produce from China or Chile when we can support our own local farmers?
Hesperides Organica Coop Market Artisan Cheese, Honey, Maple syrup Farm fresh eggs (large brown and organic) Grass-fed beef Peanut Butter (freshly ground) Organic dog biscuits Organic wheat, pastry flour and spelt and more
Midsummer Farm, a certified organic CSA farm, offering flowers, eggs, herbs, and more, is located at 156 East Ridge Road, Warwick, NY 10990, Orange County in the Hudson Valley. Midsummer Farm also offers Farm workshops, taught from a strictly Holistic and Organic standpoint. Class size is kept small to ensure individual attention.
Attractions Midsummer Farm workshops, taught from a strictly Holistic and Organic standpoint. Class size is kept small to ensure individual attention.
Soul Fire Farm, a CSA farm, is located at 1972 State Route 2, Petersburg NY 12138, Rensselaer County in the Hudson Valley. Soul Fire Farm is an organic, fair trade, family farm that produces healthy, delicious produce, eggs, and meat for diverse communities.
Soul Fire Farm 2011 CSA, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a collaborative relationship between the farmer and you. The customer buys a share of the harvest up front and receives a weekly delivery of fresh produce throughout the growing season.
Protect the environment by supporting a farm where the farmers take care of the land, nurture the soil, and conserve energy. By eating local, you reduce the number of miles your food travels to get to your plate. Soul Fire Farm crops are Certified Naturally Grown and adhere to the Farmer’s Pledge for sustainable agriculture.
CSA Products Organic Fruit Organic Vegetables Natural Meat
Four Winds Farm is located at 158 Marabac Road, Gardiner NY 12525, Southern Ulster County in the Hudson Valley. Four Winds Farm is a 24 acre certified organic family farm. Four acres are used to grow vegetables, primarily heirloom and open pollinated varieties for better flavor and for seed saving. The remainder is used to raise lamb, beef and egg laying chickens, which supply us generously with natural fertilizer. Our farm-generated manure compost allows us to grow vegetables using a method that is very different from conventional farms.
Organic Farming Our garden space is never plowed or rototilled. We grow our vegetables in permanently formed beds, some of which have been in place for 10 years. We then spread compost on top of the beds, and plant seeds and transplants directly into the compost. The plant roots and compost nutrients move down into the soil where there is a healthy, thriving community of soil organisms. We find that this technique reduces overall weed pressure and gives us better-tasting vegetables that keep longer in the refrigerator.
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Mr. Apples Low Spray Orchard, a U-Pick farm offering pick-your-own apples, is located at 25 Orchard Street, High Falls, NY 12440, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley.
"We are a friendly, small-town size, non-commercial operation. Take a tranquil journey through scenic routes to Mr. Apples rustic Orchard. We try to remember a time when life was simpler & more natural; a time when chemicals were not used all of the time just to make everything look better."
"Pick your own apples at Mr. Apples. We cannot totally eliminate spraying but use only a minimal amount of chemicals."
Liberty View Farm LLC, a U-Pick farm, where you can lease an apple tree, is located at 340 Crescent Ave, Highland NY 12528, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley. Not only can you Pick-Your-Own apples, you can select them from your own "leased apple tree".
Talliaferro Farms, a CSA offering certified organic produce, is located at 187 Plains Road, New Paltz NY 12561, Ulster County in the Hudson Valley.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) This is our version of what is commonly called Community Supported Agriculture. The people agree to purchase a share of the anticipated crop. The farmer agrees to supply the people with a fresh assortment of high quality, in our case, certified organic produce. The shareholders commitment implies a willingness to share with the farmer the bounty from the land, and some of the risks of its production.
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Westchester County, New York
Organic Pick-Your-Own Farms
Find organic pick-your-own farms in Westchester and the Hudson Valley, where more and more local farms are preparing to be certified organic. Among the many organic farms offering healthy produce are organic farms for vegetables, grass-fed meats, including beef, pork, and poultry, organic and pasture raised eggs, and organic pick-your-own apples.
Several pick-your-own farms offer beautiful views of hills and mountains while u-pick berries, apples, and vegetables. You and your children can enjoy a wonderful time outdoors selecting your own food. Pick-you-own farms are great fun for children; and kids of all ages enjoy being on a farm where they can run in the corn maze, eat delicious, just made, donuts and apple cider; and then pick their own fruit in the fresh air.
Local farms sell a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including New York apples, berries, pumpkins, and many more varieties of delicious fruit; many of which you can pick yourself. In addition to these pick-your-own apples, berries, and pumpkins, many local farms have acres of pick-your own vegetables.
Additional benefits of buying local include environmental benefits. Going green encompasses many small and large acts; each contributing to saving our planet. Each of us can contribute to "going green" by buying from local farms and farmers' markets. Farmers markets have become more available throughout the Hudson River Valley. To find your local market or list of Farmers Markets in Westchester, NY and the Hudson River Valley, press Local Harvest and enter your zip-code or your city. A list of Local Farmers Markets, including address and hours of operations for your local farm is displayed.
Find farmer's markets, and pick-your-own farms in Westchester, NY. There are farmers' markets offering seasonal fruits and vegetables throughout the summer and fall. Find homegrown seasonal fruits & produce such as apples, peaches, apricots, nectarines, pears, plums, blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes & corn.
Berry, Apple, and Pumpkin Picking in Westchester, New York
What can be more fun than apple picking in Westchester County and the Hudson Valley of New York? Children enjoy the many activities offered at your local pick-your-own farm. Kids can go berry picking in the summer, apple picking in the early fall, and pumpkin picking for Halloween.
Pick your own raspberries, blueberries, and more healthy produce to bring home for the family. In addition to u-pick fruits and vegetables, many pick-your-own farms offer fun activities for the kids, including hayrides, a corn maze, petting the animals, and best of all, u-pick fruit that you can take home and enjoy.
Buy Local Movement
The "buy local" movement is quickly taking us beyond the promise of environmental responsibility that the organic movement delivered, and awakening us to the importance of community, variety, humane treatment of farm animals, and social and environmental responsibility in regard to our food economy.
Local Farmers Markets
Farmers Markets are one of the oldest forms of direct marketing by small farmers. From the traditional "Mercados" in the Peruvian Andes to the unique street markets in Asia, growers all over the world gather weekly to sell their produce directly to the public. In the last decade they have become a favorite marketing method for many farmers throughout the United States, and a weekly ritual for many shoppers.
In a Farmers Market, a group of farmers sell their products once or twice a week at a designated public place like a park or parking lot. Some Farmers Markets have live entertainment. Shopping at a Farmers Market is a great way to meet local farmers and get fresh, flavorful produce. Find your local Farmers Market by searching New York State Local Farmers and Local Harvest websites at Farmers and Local Markets
Farmers Markets provide a means for local producers of agricultural products to sell those products directly to the consumer. Many communities throughout New York State view Farmers Markets as a positive avenue for supporting local agriculture, providing a source of fresh fruits and vegetables to the residents of their community, and as a means of drawing people into their community aiding in the economic redevelopment of an area.
The Farmers’ Market Federation of New York is a statewide not-for-profit organization designed to both promote and provide support services for the Farmers Markets within New York State. The Federation was formed through the collective efforts of market managers throughout the state, Cooperative Extension, and the Department of Agriculture & Markets, and was initially funded by a Federal State Marketing Improvement Grant in early 1998.
Large scale chemical agriculture continues to poison our soil and our water, and weaken our communities. Buying directly from a family farm can help put a stop to this unfortunate trend. By purchasing organic produce from your local farmer, you are working to maintain a healthy environment, a vibrant community, and a strong and sustainable local economy for you and for your family.
The freshest, healthiest, most flavorful organic food is food that is grown locally. Organically grown food is free from exposure to harmful chemicals; but that is only one small part of the importance of organic products. A larger part of Organic Agriculture involves the health of the soil and of the ecosystems in which crops and livestock are raised. Organic Agriculture is born from the idea that a healthy environment significantly benefits crops and the health of those consuming them. In addition, organic practices are also viable in the long term, since they are efficient in their use of resources. Unlike large scale "chemical agriculture", Organic Agriculture does not damage the environment and our local community.
Find local farms and farmer's markets in Westchester, NY and the Hudson Valley. Experience the colorful abundance of nutritious, high quality locally grown foods, the aroma of fresh produce and the friendly banter of farmers and customers, neighbors and families. A visit to a Farmers Market is an adventure, one that can be experienced every week in your own community. Don't forget to bring the children. Children love visiting their local farmer's market. Farmer's Markets are a great way to experience buying the food you eat and a wonderful lesson in supporting your own community and the environment.
Both economic and health factors have resulted in the growth of Farmers Markets across the country. Not only is a whole new generation of farmers seeking retail outlets which will increase their profitability and viability thus preserving agriculture for themselves and future generations, but also, consumers are discovering that Farmers Markets are a fun, reasonably priced, alternative to supermarkets. At Farmers Markets they have direct access to fresh, healthy local foods and to the farmers who are producing the foods. The experience inevitably includes developing relationships and friendships with the farmers and gaining an understanding and appreciation of where their food comes from and how it is produced.
Use the Local Harvest website to find Farmers Markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other delicious treats.