Black Watch Farm offers many vegetables, fruit including apples and blackberries, eggs, baked goods, cut flowers, gourds, jams and maple syrup. Products are all-natural. Also have rustic Adirondack furniture made from products from the Adirondacks, not imports, all handmade, custom. Photography, potpourri and other Adirondack items.
Blackberry Hill Farm is a diversified family farm that produces an assortment of certified organic vegetables and herbs as well as certified organic chickens and turkeys. We also raise heritage breed pigs on our wood lot and feed them a supplement of local NON-GMO grain. Before starting the farm, we were long-time vegetarians. We were vegetarians because of the poor quality of life that the animals had in confined animal factory operations and the quality of grain they were fed. Happy animals = quality meats. Stop by our farm stand or one of the farmers markets we attend.
Blue Pepper Farm is a small farm and sheep dairy specializing in wholesale sheep milk, sheep milk yogurt, pasture-raised lamb and eggs, as well as forest raised pork. We are a founding member of the Adirondack Fibershed and also have Fibershed certified yarn and tanned sheepskins available. All of our livestock are rotationally grazed and any supplemental grains fed are certified organic. We have high standards for animal welfare and responsible stewardship of our land. The resulting quality of our products is a true testament to the passion with which we grow this food for ourselves and our neighbors. Our ultimate goal is to produce the best tasting meat, milk, and eggs you've ever experienced and we believe the best way to attain this is to respect the interconnectedness of our soil, our pastures, our animals' health and happiness, and our health and happiness.
Warren County. 5 Cross Street Behind Town Hall, Bolton Landing
On Fridays starting 06/26 to 09/16, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Manager: Penelope Jewell Contact: 518-480-9118
Small farm specializing in honey & eggs
A new farm-to-table restaurant that will be the centerpiece of The River Building in downtown Malone, NY.
We are a family-owned and operated Maple Farm located in the Northern-most region of New York. We tap about 8000 maple trees annually and have increased in size each year since becoming a commercial producer. If you live near us and have a large maple lot, we would like to rent it! If you love maple syrup, please try ours! We also have maple cream and maple sugar available to order! We are very proud of the maple products we make and love new customers! If you see steam and smoke coming from the sugarhouse during late February through April, stop in; we love to have visitors, too!
Bucksberry Farm grows top quality farm-fresh gourmet garlic, onions, shallots, scallions, lettuce, greens, small fruit, standard and tropical roots. We started our eco-friendly food business in 2007, in the Northern Adirondacks. Our growing areas include standard Greenhouses, Field Rows and Raised Bed Gardens. And because we are a small natural farm with only a few excellent gardeners with minimally-handled crops from plant to vegetable, we offer fresh foods. Please call for an appointment to visit our farm for fresh picked fruit and produce
The Burrville Cider Mill is one of Jefferson County's oldest establishments. The structure, formerly known as Burr's Mills, was built in 1801 and was originally used as a sawmill and a gristmill. We press cider on location and make cider donuts and all sorts of fudge. We also sell local cheeses, bologna, maple, honey and crafts.
The Mill is located at the headwaters of the North Branch of the Sandy Creek on a 30-foot waterfall that was used to turn a turbine that powered the Mill equipment. Actually, the village of Burrville was settled before nearby Watertown. The reason being that the Black River that runs through Watertown was considered too immense to harness but the falls at Burrville were easily controlled.
Capt. John Burr, whom Burrville is named after, purchased the Mill in 1802. Not much is known about Capt. Burr but it is rumored that he was a pirate who would steal from the supply ships out on Lake Ontario and then sell the goods back to the troops in Sackets Harbor. Some even say his ghost still visits the Mill.
There is record of a cider press being in use at the Mill as far back as the 1800s. In the 1940s Homer Rebb converted the Mill to cider production on a commercial scale. Ever since then "Burrville Cider" has been known as the best cider in the North Country.
Electricity, rather than waterpower, now runs the Mill equipment. Remnants of the old penstock, a water tunnel, are still there though, and all of our visitors are encouraged to take a stroll on the decks over looking the falls. The feel of the mist and the roar of the falls is an experience you will not soon forget.
We open for the season each year "in time for" Labor Day and close "in time for" Thanksgiving. Find us also at the Watertown Wednesday and Monday Neighborhood farmers markets.
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Washington County. Cambridge Central School, 24 South Park St. Cambridge
On Sundays starting 05/17 to 12/20, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm