Our farm, nestled in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains in North Hudson, New York, is home to a herd of about forty American Bison or buffalo as they are commonly called. From Memorial Day weekend through late October, our shop is open seven days a week from 10 am until 6 pm. In the late fall and winter, we are only open by appointment only, so call us to confirm that we are here. Our farm is one of the area's favorite tourist attractions. Visitors enjoy seeing the buffalo from our spacious deck and shopping in our gift shop for bison products, fresh produce, baked goods, gourmet foods, rustic furniture and souvenirs. Please visit us on your next trip to the North Country.
Selling high grade kiln dried hardwoods and softwoods, cabinet grade plywood and hardware. We also provide milling, fabrication and finishing services
Adirondack LogWorks specializes in making custom, hand-crafted log railings, stairs, furniture, and more.
• 600+ individuals and companies served since 1999.
• Small, local jobs all the way to high-end, out-of-state clients, including major sports figures, actors and TV personalities, and business owners.
• Quality craftsmanship.
• Adaptable to customers’ needs.
• Projects of all types and sizes.
• Based in the Adirondacks' own Schroon Lake, N.Y. Visit our website to learn more or see photos of our work. Contact us today for a free quote!
The Adirondak Loj serves buffet breakfast, trail lunches, and family style dinners. The Hungry Hiker serves burgers, hotdogs, sausages, sandwiches, wraps, snacks, and ice cream!
Fresh noodles handmade in the Adirondacks with local ingredients.
We are a subscription box of Farm Fresh Food or Artisanal Goods making it easy for all of us to source locally. We are dedicated to strengthening this region and creating jobs by helping local food/goods find a good home. Your home.
Our mission is to research, seek out, and source a wide variety of specialty food products; to streamline distribution channels, making these products easily accessible and thereby bridging the gap between consumers and the origins of real food. To value producers and clients alike and consistently operate with transparency, honesty and pride in the services we provide.
We have over 50 varieties of herbs and another greenhouse full of vegetable plants, many are heirloom. We are open from mid-May until July 1st.
Asgaard Farm, near AuSable Forks, is the former home of artist, writer, adventurer and political activist Rockwell Kent. It was acquired by David Brunner and Rhonda Butler in 1988. After working several years to restore the land and buildings, they put the farm back into production, initially growing certified organic grains and hay. Plans are currently underway to establish an organic beef herd, develop an organic goat dairy and create artisanal cheeses. Asgaard is also part of the American Tree Farm System, and its woodlands are managed using sustainable forestry practices. To find Asgaard: At the southern end of Main Street in AuSable Forks, go over the bridge that crosses the East Branch of the Ausable River. Turn right immediately after the bridge onto Sheldrake Road. The farm is located about 1 1/2 miles further on the right hand side of the road. The grains and hay are certified organic. Meats and cheeses will be classified as all-natural until target herd numbers are achieved and the animals can be transitioned to organic.
Dan and Sara Burke strive to provide great tasting, wholesome food to their local community. They have been building their 84 acre farm for the past eight years - creating pastures around the Cuban-Missile-Crisis-era missile silo in the center of the property. The farm currently consists of Scottish Highland and Devon cattle, mixed heritage breed pigs, draft horses, laying hens, two labs and two great kids (human, not goat). Their beef, pork and eggs are available year round at the farm or delivered locally. CSA memberships are also available, please call or email for details. New members currently accepted.
Alpacas, Alpaca Products, Raw Fleece, Stud Service, Boarding and More
The Bark Eater Inn is a farm to table bed & breakfast, wedding venue, retreat center, and event space that's nestled on 200 acres in the heart of the high peaks. We grow our own produce in our greenhouse and 1/4 acre garden, raise our own hens for eggs, and make our own maple syrup to serve to our guests. Nearly everything we don't produce, we source from locals farms. Our passion and mission is to provide our guests a respite from the fast pace of ordinary life and offer opportunities for deeper connection to self, spirit, nature, community, and farm fresh food.