Butchie’s Organic Farm is located in Cochecton, New York along the Delaware River. The land was first farmed shortly after the first settlers arrived sometime in the 1750s. Shortly after the Revolutionary War, Nathan Mitchell and his family established themselves on the land and began farming. More recently the land was farmed by Alice and Neil Fitzgerald of River Brook Farm, who established an organic farm. The land, now farmed by us at Butchie’s Organic Farms, offers a variety of vegetables and meats.
Golden Harvest was established in the 1950s, but the story of apples on this land goes back much further. The apple orchards of the upper Hudson Valley are some of the most productive in the world, and have a history that goes back hundreds of years. The climate and soil composition is especially good for growing apples, especially in Columbia County.
Our microgreens are available for purchase to local restaurants, grocers, and the general public. After several years of seeking a place for this exciting new social enterprise, the perfect property was found in Acra, NY, to begin our first crop – micro-greens. Selling these super-greens to local restaurants, grocers, and the general public will generate revenue and bring Grow it Forward to its full potential: erecting hydroponic greenhouses to grow lettuces and other in-demand vegetables, year-round!
Kelder’s Farm, is an award winning sustainable farm in the Hudson Valley, and hosts friendly farm animals, homegrown mini-golf, a massive, kid-pleasing jumping pillow, and a famous, record-setting giant garden gnome.
More than just a marketplace, the farmer’s market has evolved to provide the community a vibrant gathering place dedicated to supporting local mid-Hudson Valley farmers, producers, and artisans, and is committed to promoting environmental and economic sustainability.
Established in 1969, Love Apple Farm has been part of the agricultural community in New York’s Hudson Valley for 50 years. Love Apple Farm is a working 80 acre farm that is opened all year round. We also grow blackberries, blueberries, cherries, gooseberries, peaches, plums as well as raspberries & strawberries.
Cooperative marketing is the oldest form of commerce where public spaces are used to allow the community to not only buy goods, but also to gather. The farmers’ market movement is the modern form of that public marketplace and the Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market is proud to step into that role. 2019 is the inaugural year of the new Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market, but this market has deep roots…
Every June through Labor Day, the bounty of the Hudson Valley is on full display at the Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market. The market takes place on Monday afternoons on the shore of the beautiful Hudson River and offers farm fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, poultry, baked goods, maple products available from local farms. Here are also prepared food vendors as well as live music and a rotating showcase of local non-profit organizations.
Sundays are market days in the beautiful Hudson Valley village of Rhinebeck. That’s when, from May through December, the Rhinebeck Farmer’s Market brings local fresh fruits and vegetables, prepared foods like jams, tacos, veggie burgers, and more, eggs, cheeses, products from area distilleries, and much more to the locals and those who come up from the city for farm fresh products in a bucolic setting.