Adirondack Harvest Festival Returns Next Month for Whole ...

This year, rather than a large one-day event, the Adirondack Harvest Festival will instead celebrate a week filled with events at farms, businesses, and community organizations around the Adirondacks. The open farm week, slated Sept.

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Adirondack Harvest Open Farm Week a Chance for Fun on...

LEWIS, N.Y. ( NEWS10) - The annual Adirondack Harvest Festival is moving away from a one-day event this year. This year, the festival, held by agricultural group Adirondack Harvest, is spreading its push for sustainable farming ...

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Spirit of Generosity: Investing in Our Food Systems

Steven Googin and Ashlee Kleinhammer of North Country Creamery in Keeseville. Erika Bailey photo, provided by Adirondack Foundation It started with Emergency Food Packages spearheaded by AdkAction. These packages, filled with local food -...

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Hoof and Horn to Open Butcher Shop, Eatery in Potsdam

POTSDAM - Ever since the rise of corporate grocers, small artisan butcher shops have been disappearing from public life. That is set to change in the village, at least, with Hoof and Horn coming to town. Owner Jonathan M.

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Latest Eatery Offers Farm-to-Fork Experience in Malone

MALONE - Nestled in the heart of Malone is the town's latest dining establishment, promising a true "farm-to-fork" experience. Located at 403 E. Main St., Hearth of Malone opened for dinner in May and has since added breakfast and lunch options...

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A Dill in Every Soup

I love to look at dill. I love to handle it, chop it. It's an elegant shape. Its featheriness is touchable; I brush it on my cheeks when no one is looking. Its brightness when fresh soothes my eyes. It looks especially lovely beside a newly...

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Can Kelp Be Trendy? Farmers Are Betting on It.

You may not often encounter "burgeoning" and "kelp" in the same sentence, but the seaweed is truly having a moment. With its high levels of B vitamins, potassium, magnesium, iodine, and more, kelp has developed a reputation among...

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Garden Tour: Self-Sufficiency in Blue Mountain Lake with ...

Spend an afternoon with her and tour her garden to learn how she does it. She grows almost all her own vegetables, fruits and herbs her family will eat during the year.

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Suns & Sips

Eventbrite - Mossbrook Roots Flower Farm & Florist presents Suns & Sips - Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 614 Mace Chasm Rd, Keeseville, NY. Find event and ticket information.

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Food Truck Fridays on the Pond

Visit us every summer Friday for some delectable selections and goodies by a variety of food truck vendors. Local trucks include Red Wagon BBQ, Full Cord Pizza, Chilly Wlly's Ice Cream, O'Pablo's, Moby Dick's Fish Fry, The Mac Factor & Lemonade...

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You-Pick Veggies, Flowers & Herbs

Starting Aug 22, each week on Sunday from 4-6 pm you're invited to pick a basket of veggies and herbs to enjoy all week long! We want to share the abundance of harvest season in the garden with our neighbors. Bring a basket, bucket, or bag to...

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We invite farmers, food producers, and food service providers to visit some incredible Adirondack farms while treating yourself to a day away from your own ag business. Whether you are interested in livestock, value-added meat or dairy, agritourism or produce, there are stops for you to enjoy.


Learn to identify regional wild, and not so wild, edible plants, their culinary uses, and medicinal history. Walks are on Wednesdays from June through August, 10 am to 12:00pm. Pre-registration is required with the VIC. https://www.paulsmiths.edu/vic/visit/ or contact Pat Banker, pab21@cornell.edu.

Pitney Meadows Community Farm

Our mission at Pitney Meadows Community Farm is to celebrate and explore agricultural education, healthy food production and recreation on this preserved working farm.

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August Harvest of the Month | Peppers

Peppers are the berry-fruits of plants in the genus capsaicin which are in the nightshade family, with tomatoes and eggplants. The spicy "chili peppers" and...

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We hope you're enjoying the summer bounty and are able to enjoy fresh peaches, tomatoes, and sweet corn.

Mary Godnick
518-962-4810 ext.412

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