Courtney Grimes-Sutton, Owner, Operator, Farmer and Butcher of Mace Chasm Farm in Keeseville, NY. Courtney offered a presentation at the 2022 New York Organic Farming Association of New York’s Winter […]
You might feel like you’re doing everything for the local food movement, but you know collectively we still have a long way to go. You may be wondering, but what else can I do? We share 5 things that you can do to really help move the local food movement forward.
By Michale Glennon, Adirondack Watershed Institute Do you like science? Art? Water? Wool? You can join a unique project showcasing scientific data and local fiber arts with the Paul Smith’s […]
What is a CSA? Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a model where a member pays for a “share” of a farmer’s offerings in advance, making a commitment to a local […]
Carl Bowen, Director of Food and Nutrition Services at the Adirondack Medical Center has been working hard to focus the hospital’s food offerings around locally sourced ingredients since 2014. Today, an outstanding 40% of […]
By Tim Rowland At the quiet intersection that marks the hamlet of Sciota, where the Adirondack mountains give way to the Canadian plains, Shane Dutil is armed with a knife. […]