Bucksberry Farm grows top quality farm-fresh gourmet alliums, salad and fall greens, standard and tropical roots, vegetables and blueberries. We've been developing our eco-friendly food farm business in the Northern Adirondacks since 2007. We produce food
in Greenhouses, Field Rows and Raised Bed Gardens. We don't offer farm stand sales. Please call for an appointment to visit and purchase our 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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At Cariad Jerseys we breed and raise beautiful Jersey cows. All registered and classified with the American Jersey Cattle Association and their milk under a monthly Quality control by Dairy One. Being a small herd with 3 or 4 cows in milk instead of shipping the milk we started raising Veal calves. We call it Rose Veal since we raise them to about 6 months of age on an all milk and free choice hay diet. This adds color and marbling to the meat. We source our calves from local farmers also the hay. The calves get raised like any other of my calves in pens or in the winter- in tie stalls. Never in dark or tight places where they cant move, which sadly I get asked by a lot of people. We are very proud of our produce and the beautiful cows who work very hard making milk everyday to raise these calves with the best nutrients possible.
Learning to cook is an experiential journey that allows us to engage our edible landscape and discover what nourishes not only our body, but also our soul. Through our cooking class, personal cooking lessons, multi-day workshops and catered events we showcase the best of our farm and food communities.
At Carriage House Cooking School, The ingredients are just the beginning ...
We are committed to raising happy dairy goats, making healthy farm-based products, and managing the land to its natural potential.
Cedar Hedge Farm is a 3rd generation family farm sharing the bounty of our crops and dairy with our customers. We make jams, jellies, baked goods, and a growing list of dairy goat products.
Cedar Run Bakery & Market has amazing Baked goods, grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, hard to find and specialty food products, house-made take 'n' bake dinners and appetizers, local produce, farm fresh eggs and so much more. Plus, the wine and spirit shop (located in the same building) has products from local distillers and a great selection of wine. Your shopping is finished with one stop!!
Apple Orchard in Chazy NY
Farm market, bakery and gifts open Sept to Dec
Apples and honey year round
We breed and raise happy high quality alpacas for their fine luxury fleece. Their fiber is made into warm, durable soft yarns and products. We sell fine Alpaca products in our shop. We also have a farm based cabin on Airbnb.
We are a working farm open to the public. We have a fall corn maze, pumpkin patch, horse and tractor wagon rides, petting zoo, kids play area, produce, and more. The farm raises Belgian Draft Horses, donkeys, fainting and pygmy goats, chickens and cattle. We also offer winter sleigh rides in Lake Placid at the historic John Brown Farm.
working with Handplaned surfaces, Milk Painted Finishes and Forged Iron Hardware
Historically, the Adirondack Mountains were a destination for artists, writers, and philosophers. The story of Craigardan, its land and promise, its passage from sheep farm to ceramics studios, now inspires a new vision and interpretation. Located at the nexus between innovation in agricultural practice and the arts of living, Craigardan seeks to provide an important gathering place for creative endeavors by providing residencies, community classes, and workshops.