Local Foods Resource List:
Here is a list of the many Adirondack farms and vendors – just in case you don’t know this list exists, the full list is below: You can also go to www.AdirondackHarvest.com
Also : here is a link to the Farmers Markets in the area. It has the list of the many markets, days of operation, vendors and directions.
|Adirondack Beef Company
7141 Old State Rd.
Croghan, NY 13327
|Adirondack Beef Company. 7141 Old State Rd., Croghan, NY 13327. 315-346-1741. Michele & Steve Ledoux. Family owned and operated natural beef farm nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks. All natural beef, pork, lamb,chickenand turkey. Will ship or deliver. CSA shares available year round Full or Half Shares available. Visit us at our website http://www.adirondackbeefcompany.com.|
|Adirondack Buffalo Company
3187 Blue Ridge Rd.
North Hudson, NY 12855
|Adirondack Buffalo Company 3187 Blue Ridge Road, North Hudson (518) 532-9466. Steve and Dorreen Ossenkop. Bison (American Buffalo). Also basil, beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, lettuce, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, winter squash, sweet corn, tomatoes, summer squash / zucchini, apples, melons, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, cheese, baked goods, candies, cider, gourds, jams, jellies, maple syrup, mustards, specialty sauces and dressings. Open daily Memorial Day to October. West of Northway Exit 29 (3.8 miles) on Blue Ridge Road http://www.adirondackbuffalocompany.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Adirondack Chef Service|
|Adirondack Chef Service was founded in 2009 to serve the catering needs of upstate New York and the Adirondack Park. Our philosophy is to provide the best food and service, safely and with style. We are committed to our local farmers and strive to feature the finest that the Adirondacks have to offer.
We are a full-service event catering company based in Lake Placid, NY. From weddings to barbeques, family celebrations to corporate events, we can provide a menu to meet your needs. Our custom built mobile kitchen has all the capabilities of a commercial restaurant kitchen. We bring the party to your location!
Adirondack Chef Service also provides personal chef service for smaller events. We send the Chef to take care of all your planning, shopping, cooking and clean-up. We can handle all your culinary needs when and where you desire!
Please browse our new website and contact us for all your catering needs.
|Adirondack Heritage Hogs|
|Now in our 7th year, adirondack heritage hogs sells breeding stock for 4 lines of heritage pig: the Large Black, Glouchestershire Old Spot, Berkshire and Tamworth. We sell USDA inspected pork, beef as well as half and whole pigs and roaster pigs. We have expanded into raising Belted Galloways for beef and are located in Lewis on the corner of County Route 10 and Brainairds Forge road.|
|Amazing Grace Vineyard & Winery|
|Amazing Grace Vineyard and Winery is a family-owned small farm winery in Chazy, NY. Established in 2008, Amazing Grace Vineyard and Winery began selling Cold Hardy Northern varietal wines and fruit wines out of their 12 x 14 tasting room. Since then we have expanded to a 1400 foot winery/tasting room and quadrupled production to include a fruit dessert line and 3 award-winning blends recognized internationally. Our mission is simple: Make great tasting wines and sell them at an affordable price, treat all customers as friends and family, and try your best to help and support your community. It is this mission that has made us an extremely successful small farm winery. Whether you want a beautiful, quiet setting to sip a glass in, or a venue for a life celebration, consider making Amazing Grace Vineyard and Winery your home.|
|Anthony’s Restaurant & Bistro|
|For extraordinary, progressive, Continental-American cuisine and casual bistro fare graciously served in an atmosphere of country elegance. At Anthony’s you will find everything from perfectly grilled hand cut steaks or fresh fish fillets to the most sublime in classic French sauces. Mediterranean flavors enhance our specialty entrees including a selection of lamb, veal, rabbit, duck, ostrich and many different regional seafoods.
Nearly everything at Anthony’s is homemade, including all of the stocks, sauces, soups, terrines, pates, sausages, smoked fish, bread, pastries and even the ice cream.
Certified executive chef Scott Murray has been working his magic at Anthony’s for 25 years.
|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 acheived and the animals can be transitioned to organic.|
|Atlas Hoofed It Farm|
|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 five years – creating pastures around the Cuban-Missile-Crisis-era missile silo in the center of the property. The farm currently consists of Scottish Highland 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 at the farm or delivered locally. CSA memberships are also available, please call or email for details. Stay tuned as they will soon be offering farm tours via wagon or sleigh.|
|Ausable Valley Alpacas|
|Alpacas, Alpaca Products, Raw Fleece, Stud Service, Boarding and More|
|Beartown Farms is situated in the “lake effect” zone east of Lake Ontario – an outstanding location for a grass farm. Forty inches of rain and water-holding soils enable us to grow excellent forages without chemical fertilizers or herbicides. With more than 600 acres of meadows and pasture, the sun provides all the energy required to sustain the farm operation. The farm is home to more than 500 Dorp-croix hair sheep and 100 angus cattle. Our lamb is for people who don’t like lamb as there is no lanolin taste to the meat and angus beef is among the best.|
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|Beebe Farm 245 Edgemont Road, Moriah (518) 546-7484. Buck Beebe. Sweet corn, tomatoes and pumpkins in season. Also local lumber. Open Monday through Saturday, 7 am to 4:30 pm. From Route 9N and 22 go one mile south of Mac’s Market in Port Henry and turn onto Edgemont. Go one mile to sawmill.|
|Ben Wever Farm|
|Shaun & Linda Gillilland. BEN WEVER FARM has been a family farm for over a 150 years. We raise Adirondack grass fed beef, both Scottish Highland and Black Angus. We also pasture heritage breed hogs and market lambs. And if you drive past you will see our farm ranging poultry flocks of chickens, turkeys, and ducks. Don’t forget to say hello to the “House Cows” our sweet jersey girls, Lily and Jasmine. We gather our own Adirondack flower honey as well. In season, we share our garden’s abundance of vegetables, fruits and flowers.|
|Best by Farr|
|Valerie Farr. U-Pik strawberries and raspberries.|
|Better Farm, Inc. is an artists’ retreat and education center set on 65 acres in Redwood, N.Y. Its mission is to adhere all disciplines to the Better Theory, a belief that every experience offers an opportunity for immense personal growth.
Better Farm offers the public a living laboratory of organic gardens, alternative building structures, studio and gallery space, and a blueprint for environmentally conscious living. We provide, through internships, work-shares, lectures, and classes, an unparalleled educational experience set against a backdrop of communal living and an environmentally conscious, artistic way of being.
Better Farm provides community support through volunteer projects, internships, art installations, and year-round, low-cost or free workshops and classes in sustainability, art, yoga, music, and outdoor adventures. The organization additionally hosts free supper clubs and educational movie nights, and schedules monthly community service projects from Earth Day cleanups to public art installations to after-school help and work in community gardens. Better Farm invites the public to witness and participate in performances, gallery openings, and events throughout the year. Better Farm is a premier destination for artists and students alike who are interested in doing “better”: growing from each experience, serving their communities, and creating something through art or energy that benefits the world around them.
|Betty’s Funny Farm|
|Elizabeth LeMay. Store offers homemade jams and cookies.|
|Black Sheep Barn & Gardens
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|Black Sheep Barn & Gardens 20 Clark Street, West Chazy (518) 493-2637. Pam Miller. Potted herbs, perennials and annuals. Fresh flowers, naturally grown vegetables, wreaths, floral arrangements and more. Weddings. Open year-round and open house in the fall. Visitors welcome, please call ahead. Located 2 miles north of West Chazy, NY; take right onto Clark St., 1/2 mile on left.|
|Black Watch Farm|
|Mike & Lynn Wallace. 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.|
|Brandy Brook Maple Farm|
|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! Our address is 439 Brandy Brook Road in the town of Ellenburg Center, NY. Our phone number is (518) 594-Eight Eight Four Nine.|
|Bucksberry Farm specializes in small quantities of gourmet quality fruit, roots and greens using organic growing methods. We’ve been growing things green since 2007 and are currently developing individual specialty fruit gardens. Bucksberry Farm produces food in gardens, field rows and a high tunnel greenhouse.
-Bryan Briscoe, farm manager – crop grower and garden development
-Steven Miller – owner and farm field, building and structural development
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|Burky-B’s “Free Range” Bunny Farm 87 Heath Hill Road, Dickinson center (518) 529-6337. Heather Burk. Free-range rabbits. Average 2.5 to 3 lbs. per package. Live rabbits also available. Visitors welcome, please call ahead.|
|Burrville Cider Mill|
|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.
THANK YOU for your Interest and Support!
|We started out on six acres in Martinsburg and after two years bought a 16 acre farm where we now have at least 8 acres or more of gardens. We grow a large variety of vegetables, some fruit, farm raised eggs, pork, and beef. We sell at the Watertown farmers market on Wednesdays, Carthage on Fridays and Lowville on Saturdays. We also have a roadside stand in front of our house that’s open 7 days a week and is self-serve.|
|Clifton Cook and his family have owned and operated their farm since 2001. We specialize in pork products all year round. We believe in raising our animals in a manner that is humane and respectful to both the animals and the land. We raise pigs, lamb, beef, chicken, ducks, turkey and geese. The animals are both grain and pasture fed, and we never use growth hormones. We offer seasonal vegetables, which we grow on our 36-acre farm. Our vegetables are herbicide and pesticide free. In the Fall we offer a large variety of squash, pumpkins and gourds. We can be found at the Ogdensburg, Canton, and Potsdam Farmers Market from May to November from 9:00 am to 1:00pm (Potsdam 9:00-2:00). The Cook family is committed to bringing high quality, fresh food to the North Country and now has CSA memberships available. Buying from C.L.Cook Farms is making “The Healthy Choice”.|
|Camp Dudley is the oldest continually operated summer camp in the country. Camp Dudley’s mission, timeless values, and tradition of fun are encapsulated in our motto, “The Other Fellow First”. For over 128 years our motto has been at the core of Camp Dudley’s program, which focuses on four key areas: Athletics, the Arts, the Outdoors, and Spirituality.
Camp Dudley is interested in partnering with local farmers to provide more nutritious meals to help achieve this mission as well as support the community.
Please note: the Camp Dudley dining hall is not open to the public for dining. This listing with Adirondack Harvest serves to inform the public of their commitment to using local food and to connect with local farmers.
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|Kenneth Campbell. Campbell’s Greenhouses have approximately 10,000 square feet of greenhouse space, 3 acres of field vegetables, 2 acres of blueberries and 2 acres of raspberries. Growing vegetables 10 months out of the year in the high tunnels. Also, marketing to resturants and specialty stores. It is expected to produce medium size crop with the fruit to be large and sweet!|
|Champlain Heirloom Tomatoes|
|Champlain Valley Milling|
|Organic flour using as much local grain as possible. Whole wheat and white bread, pastry, spelt, rye and cornmeal flours. Cracked grains, grain and seed mixes, freekah mix. Call for sales.|
|Clayton Food Co-op|
|The Clayton Food Co-op is open 7 days a week. We are open to the public and we also offer a membership, giving you the chance to be an ower in the co-op .
It is the Clayton Food Co-op’s mission to provide a sustainable membership-owned community market of wholesome foods with an emphasis on healthy, locally-produced products.
Open Monday through Saturday 10 to 6, Sunday 10 to 4.
|Conroys Organics, Groceries~Spirits~Bakery~Cafe Open 7am-7pm, year round, 7 days a week:8173 Route 9, 5 miles north of Plattsburgh, exit 40 (518) 562-BEEF.
Mary Conroy Bushey & Steve Bushey, owners. USDA-inspected all natural, pasture raised grass fed beef. Free-range local eggs. Pesticide-free vegetables. Organic local and imported wines and beers, Bakery on site- artisan breads, pastries, cookies and croissants. Gluten Free and Low sugar options throughout the store. FREE Wi-Fi Cafe. Senior Discount. Weekly Specials. FREEquent Coffee Card. Cardinal Cash Accepted. Farm tours available for groups. Route 9 one half mile north of Spellman Road, I-87 Northway Exit 40.www.facebook/conroysorganics OR email@example.com
|WE BAKE FRESH DAILY: We do not use boxed, pre-made or frozen products.
WE BAKE EVERYTHING FROM SCRATCH: We use local ingredients whenever possible or available.
Summer hours: M-F 8 to 3, Sat. 8 to noon, closed Sun.
|Country Dreams Farms|
|Country Dreams Farms 260 Pellerin Road, Plattsburgh (518) 561-8941. Melissa Monty-Provost. Pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds, flowers, sweet corn and honey. History demonstrations using draft horses. Visitors welcome, please call ahead for farm tours or email|
|Cross Island Farms|
|Dani Baker & David Belding. Cross Island Farms is a Certified Organic farm and agri-tourism destination on Wellesley Island, near I-81 and Canada. Island-grown produce and vegie sets, honey and maple syrup are sold at self-serve farmstand and greenhouse 5/1 to 10/15. Heritage breed goat, pork and beef, CSA, and winter storage vegies sold to order. Four-season on-farm primitive camping, WWOOF stays, and farm tours offered.|
|D & D Meats/Jeezum Crow Beef Products|
|We have been in business for almost 32 years. We offer a full line of groceries as well as gas, baked breads, a meat department, deli, and full take out menu. Our store is very unique as when we were approaching 30 years in business our store burnt down. We rebuilt with an Adirondack decor using our own lumber for the most part, using only local labor, and buying as much as possible from local businesses. We are open 7 days a week. We also are the producer of Jeezum Crow Beef Products which include beef jerky, snack sticks, specialty sausages, hot dogs, smoked cheeses, summer sausages, bologna, salami, smoked sausages, etc. all made in house. Our BBQ sauce is also produced locally. In the summer we have one local farmer that sells their produce such as corn, potatoes, maple syrup and etc. We provide local processing for hunters and farmers. Also find us at the Plattsburgh and Keene Farmers Markets. Please check us out at JCJERKY.COM or on our D & D Meats and Jeezum Crow Beef Products pages on facebook to learn more about us.|
|DaCy Meadow Farm|
|Dave & Cynthia Johnston. DaCy Meadow Farm raises natural beef from a herd of heritage cattle. All of our meat is USDA inspected and packaged for home use. We also have facilities for agricultural-themed special events featuring Adirondack Harvest products.|
|Decker’s Flats Greenhouse|
|Decker’s Flats has been operating for 21 years on the Dugway Road in Moriah. We have 3 greenhouses and a florist shop, and are open 7 days a week (usually) from 9am to 6pm. The greenhouses offer a wide variety of bedding flowers, hanging baskets and combination planters as well as vegetables starter plants and perennials. Trees and shrubs can be ordered in. We have a full-service floral shop provideing arrangements both fresh and silk for any and all occasions.|
|Dogwood Bread Company
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|Dogwood Bread Company (formerly Merrick’s Bread & Coffee) Route 22, Wadhams. 962-2280 Keri & Courtney Fair. Highest quality products. Brick oven breads, fresh roasted coffee, espresso drinks, breakfast goodies, light lunches. Bread baked by traditional methods using organic flour, master craftsmanship, and a wood-fired brick oven. Light, crusty and full of flavor. Fair-trade, organically grown coffee roasted weekly at the bakery by hand, possibly the best coffee you’ll ever enjoy. Scones, sweet rolls, cookies and more baked daily from the finest ingredients. A must-stop for anyone within 50 miles. Winter hours are Thursday & Friday 8-5 and Saturday 9 -4. In the old feed store on the corner of Route 22 and Lewis-Wadhams Road.|
|Welcome to Downing Acres Registered Katahdins. Our 200 acre farm is located in Burke, New York at the foot of the Adirondack Mountains. We raise grass fed, hormone free registered Katahdin breeding stock and commercial meat lambs. After renting a dairy farm in Vermont for a few years, we purchased our Dairy Farm in Burke, New York in 2003. Along with our son, Michael, we began shipping milk in 2004. After an economic slump in the dairy industry, we sold the herd. Looking for a way to keep the farm producing and keeping the land from becoming fallow, we began raising Katahdin sheep in 2007 for breeding stock and meat sales. Katahdins were picked because they have excellent mothering ability, are parasite resistant, have a docile nature, require no shearing or tail docking and have a superior meat flavor. A flock of 15 ewes convinced us that Downing Acres Registered Katahdins was an enterprise that could keep the farm viable. After purchasing a flock in 2008 and another in 2010, we now have a flock size of approximately 200 ewes. Rotational grazing is used on the farm supplemented by haying to keep the forage quality at its optimum. We are members of the Katahdin Hair Sheep International Association (KHSI) and participate in the National Sheep Improvement Program (NSIP) which is similar to the dairy industry’s Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA). Each lamb is weighed at birth, tagged and weighed again at 60 then 120 days. We are also in the Scrapie Flock Certification program and advanced to certified status in May of 2010. Scrapie is a disease of sheep similar to Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as mad-cow disease in cattle. We are available by appointment only.|
|Drinkwine’s Produce Route 9N & 22, Ticonderoga (518) 585-6346. Henry Drinkwine. Farm fresh vegetables, herbs, berries, bedding plants, cut flowers, fall mums and jams. Open May to October. On Route 22 (Street Road) 1.6 miles north of McDonald’s. Also find us at the Schroon Lake Farmers Markets. Mondays, June through September, 9:00am to 1:00pm.|
|Edgley Farms, Inc.|
|All natural, grass fed North American Bison. Please call ahead|
|Nesteled in a secluded sunny valley, at Elfenwood we raise huacaya alpacas. These friendly fuzzy beasts are fun to raise and show and produce some of the finest fleece of animals on the planet. Visitors are always welcome by appointment. Don’t forget to visit our shop. The Alpaca Shoppe is located in Jay at 13036 NYS Route 9N, next door to Devin’s Garage and Deli.|
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|Essex Farm was founded by Mark and Kristin Kimball in 2003 as a year-round, full-diet, free choice, draft horse powered CSA. We produce grass fed beef, pork, chicken, eggs, milk, grains and flours, dry beans, vegetables, herbs, fruits, and maple syrup. Members sign up for the year, and come to the farm once a week to pick up their share. There are limits on some items but members are free to take as much food as they need each week, in any combination. The share is sold per person, and all members of a household must be shareholders. The first adult is $3200 for the year, second adult is $2800, and children over 3 are $100 per year of age (e.g., a 7 year old is $700 for the year, etc…). We offer a sliding scale for low income members. Pickup hours are 3pm-7pm on Fridays. Summer shares are available on a per-week basis for a 25% premium. Call 518-963-4613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to set up a trial week’s share.|
|Everett Orchards. Farm Market is located at 1945 Military Turnpike, Plattsburgh (518)563-2438. Tom and Bill Everett. Apples, candied apples, hard cider, giftware, apple gift cartons, baked goods, jams, jellies, pumpkins, cheeses, fruit syrups, honey, gourds, Christmas trees and wreaths. Open September to December. Email: email@example.com|
|Fledging Crow Veggies|
|Ian Ater. Five acre certified organic farm and CSA. Specialty and gourmet salad mixes, vegetables, grapes and raspberries.|
|Flowering Meadow Nursery|
|Flowering Meadow Nursery. 269 Glen Road, Jay. (518) 946-7828. Michael and Patti Harrison. Nursery products, container and field-grown materials, herbs, berries, perennial plants, composted manure and hardwood mulch. Also landscape design, installation and maintenance, specializing in natural landscapes. Open spring to fall, Monday through Saturday 8:30 to 5:30. Two miles past Ward Lumber, on the Glen Road east of Jay.|
|Full and By Farm|
|Sara Kurak & James Graves. Nestled between the Bouquet River and the mountains, Full and By Farm is rejuvenating a local landmark while creating sustenance for the community. As a CSA member, you build your own share from options for vegetables, meat and eggs. Like a farmstand, you choose your own food from everything in season. Weekly pick-up at the farm allows members to get to know where their food is grown and the farmers who grow it. The share runs from June through March with pro-rated seasonal shares available.|
|Garden Hill Farm|
|Garden Hill Farm offers a wide selection of vegetables, herbs, and fresh cut flowers using organic, sustainable farming practices. We grow many heirloom vegetable varieties for great flavor and nutrition. Our garden bouquets have new and unusual flowers as well as old favorites. Garden Hill Farm has a summer and fall CSA share program. Visit us at Watertown’s Wednesday and Saturday’s Farmers’ Market. Please call for hours of farm stand operation.|
|Generations is now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The wine list is well balanced offering an excellent selection of domestic and international wines, many of which are organic and sustainable. In keeping with the sustainable philosophy of the resort, the menus feature many foods that are grown and raised locally. Generations is currently being evaluated by the Green Restaurant Association to further assist them in learning how to operate a sustainable restaurant. The dining room is decorated with warm colors, wood accents, a bamboo wood floor, a stone fireplace and features artwork & photography from regional artists. In the summer months, the outside deck of Generations showcases expansive views of the Golden Arrow’s Green Roof. In addition to providing fresh herbs for the restaurant, grants a beautiful ecological backdrop and views of Mirror Lake, Whiteface Mountain and the High Peaks.|
|Giroux’s Poultry Farm
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|Giroux’s Poultry Farm. 8957 Route 9, Chazy (518) 846 – 7300. Craig Giroux. Fresh eggs and poultry compost. Open 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday, 8 am to noon Saturday year-round.|
|Gonyo Farms Vegetables and Jams|
|Gonyo Farms Vegetables and Jams. 308 West Church St., West Chazy, NY. 518-493-4644. Sweet corn, tomatoes, a variety of other vegetables, pumpkins & fall decorating needs.|
|Good Earth Honey|
|Certified Naturally Grown Honey.
Minimal Strained, Never Heated, No Chemicals Used in the Apiaries.
All For The Love Of Bees…
Variety honey, creamed honey, comb honey.
Handrolled bees wax candles.
|Green Goddess Natural Foods|
| Green Goddess offers a full range of organic and natural foods and supplements, while supporting the local and regional communities by selling hundreds of products that are grown or produced in the North Country and surrounding New England states.
At Green Goddess Natural Foods we emphasize the importance of community by creating a familiar atmosphere within the store. Whether they’re a regular shopper or a passing traveler, our customers are welcomed with a smiling face and an offer to help.
We also offer organic prepared foods, catering services, cooking classes and wellness classes to promote healthy lifestyles, and we bring in members of the community to share their knowledge of different wellness modalities.
Monday through Friday 9am to 7pm
Summer hours from Memorial Day to Labor Day
|Green Point Foods|
|Open Sun, Mon & Thurs 8-4, Fri & Sat 8-6. Closed Tues & Wed|
|Harmony Hills Farmstead|
|Todd & Michelle Asselin. Harmony Hills Farmstead, Promoting Healthy Lifestyles – Producing Quality Meats. Located in the northern tier of the Adirondack Park, we offer all natural, humanely raised, grass-fed, Registered Black Angus beef, Berkshire pork, pastured poultry, and fresh brown and white eggs. Beef and pork are sold fresh, as whole, half, and Harmony Hills Farmstead Boxed Beef & Packaged Pork, consisting of special cuts that cater to family size and budgets. Chicken is sold as whole birds fresh and frozen.|
|Harrington Gardens has been in operation since 1981. We grow from direct seed or from plants grown in our greenhouse. We sell from our farmstand, to local stores and restaurants, and at the following farmers markets: Schroon Lake, Lake Placid and Saranac Lake.|
|Harvest Hill Farm|
|Harvest Hill Farm 691 Sunset Dr., Willsboro (518) 963-1127. Michael and Laurie Davis. Naturally grown lettuce, gourmet Adirondack hardneck garlic, and fresh eggs. A limited number of all-natural pasture raised broiler chickens available by reservation. Most sales are to local stores and restaurants. Special orders on request. Three miles west of the center of Willsboro on Sunset Drive|
|Located north of the town of Warrensburg, NY, Hastings Farm produces vegetables, herbs, herbal teas, and maple syrup using sustainable farming practices. This means no chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, or other harmful substances are used in our soil or on our plants. Look for us at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market this coming season!|
|Tasting Room, Vineyard, and Winery Open Daily 12 Noon until 6 PM. Specializing in Estate Bottled wine made right here from the Cold Climate Grapes we grow. Stop by and experience a “Taste of the Champlain Valley”|
|Hidden Hollow Maple Farm|
|Third generation maple farm in the heart of the Adirondacks. We are the largest maple farm in Warren County with 4,500 taps, but we still use traditional practices suc as a wood fired evaporator. We sell at local farmers markets (Glens Falls City Park, Bolton Landing, North Creek, Troy Twiilight) and are available for tours and on site sales with a call ahead.|
|High Falls Gorge Farm|
|High Falls Gorge Farm is a Gloucestershire Old Spots (GOS) Hog Breeding Farm where you can find Young Piglets, Finished Pigs or Quality cuts of Meat seasonally. The GOS Hog is known for its Marbled Red Meat not found in your local Grocery Store Meat Coolers. Its the way Pork is suppose to taste the flavour of what your Grandparents Remember. Once you try it you won’t want to go back to the Super Market Coolers We are also a Dealer in Pioneer Equipment which manufacture’s Horse and Sustainable Farm equipment including Plows; Harrows’ Wagons; Carts and Power equipment to aid you in your Farm operations You can also purchase gates and other livestock handling equipment including Fitting / Milking stands, pens and feeding equipment. Merchandise can be picked up at the farm or shipped to yours. We use PayPal for quick and Secure payment. Visit our websites to learn more about us and follow us on Facebook. http://www.highfallsgorgefarm.com ; http://www.pioneerequipment.org ; http://www.gloucestershireoldspots.us|
|Home Again Alpaca Farm|
|Alpaca goods including raw fiber and yarn from our own animals. Garments made in USA from our alpaca co-op. Garments from Peru purchased through fair trade agreement.|
|Homestead Maple, located in Chazy, NY, is nestled in the extreme northeast of the state – two miles from Vermont and 15 miles from Canada – in the major maple syrup producing region of the world.
Chazy, NY, is located in the Champlain Valley between the Laurentian Mountains of Canada, the Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondack Mountains of New York, combining the influences of soil, altitude and climate to create a perfect blend to give you the best syrup produced anywhere. Each order is tested for proper density and taste to ensure the best quality product gets to the consumer. The name “Homestead” symbolizes the pioneer spirit and traditions of syrup-making handed down from generation to generation.
Founded in 1994 by David Swan, Homestead Maple is a family-owned operation whose mission is to support the start-up sugar maker through sales of small evaporators and through educational programming. The Swans are longtime members of the New York State Maple Producer’s Association, having served as a host site for the NYS Maple tour in 2000 and 2009. Homestead Maple provides pioneer programming at the 1812 Homestead in Willsboro, NY, as well as a maple education program at Environmental Field Days for sixth graders in September. Homestead Maple is proud to support area food production companies by featuring only locally produced brands in our gift boxes.
List of Products: Homestead Maple offers maple-themed gift boxes, maple cream and maple sugar in addition to maple syrup. We are also authorized dealers for Evaporateur Patrick Phaneuf and for the New York State “Taste the Tradition” jugs.
Hours of operation: Pans and gift boxes are available online. Our sugar house is not open for retail sales. Gift boxes and syrup are available by phone at 518-846-3192 and from certain local retail outlets listed on our website, HomesteadMaple.com. Nelson’s Flower Shop in Plattsburgh, NY, carries a full line of Homestead Maple products and is open daily 9-4, Saturdays until 2:00.
Visitors: Homestead Maple welcomes visitors during the annual Maple Weekend tours during the last two weekends in March. http://www.mapleweekend.com
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|Huestis’ Veggies Streetroad, Ticonderoga (518) 585-7794. Phil and Tina Huestis. Hay, beans, beets, asparagus, cucumbers, carrots, onions, pumpkins, peppers, potatoes, squash, tomatoes, sweet corn, apples, melons, rhubarb, strawberries, raspberries, honey, Indian corn, gourds, jams, jellies and maple syrup. Open mid-July to October, 10 am to 5 pm, daily. Two miles north of Ticonderoga on Route 9N and 22 (Street Road).|
|It’s About Thyme Farm|
|It’s About Thyme Farm, Steve and Diane Colletti, 32 Smith Rd., Olmstedville, NY. 518-251-5297. Northway Exit 26 onto Olmstedville Rd. to blinking light. Take a right and the farm is 1 mile down on the right. Hanging baskets and herbs in the spring. Sunflowers. Fall – pick-your-own pumpkins, mums, butternut squash, onions, canteloupe, gourds, watermelons and yellow squash. Also Christmas door boughs and window sprays. M-Th 9:00am to 5:00pm. After 5:00pm self-serve in peak season.|
|Rick and Holly Jubert Castine own and operate Jubert Castine Farms. The farm has been in the family since 1916. We raise grass fed angus beef . The herd is rotationally grazed in summer and in winter they remain in the winter pasture with plenty of indoor space available for them in the case of inclement weather. The herd is a closed herd, every animal for production is born here and raised here. Our animals are raised stricly on grass, we feed no grain or corn and no antibiotics or hormones . We raise them as nature intented and and make sure they receive the very best care. We currently have grass fed ground beef for sale and we are taking orders for our next group that will be available in January 2012 thru April 2012. Farm visits are always welcome, stop in and see our circa 1920″s ice house that we have transformed into our grassfed storage facility! We also have pork, fresh eggs, maple syrup and honey for sale.|
|Kirbside Gardens 43 West Main Street, Chateaugay (518) 497-6038. Jo Ellen Saumier and Kirby Selkirk. A boutique farm in the village of Chateaugay, NY, speciallising in vegetables, berries, and lamb. We sell lamb in whole, half or regular retail cuts, USDA inspected. Custom lamb orders welcome, but one month advance notice needed for processing. Washable sheepskins are available. Visit us during the farmer’s market season at Chateaugay Lakes and Malone Farmer’s Markets. Open June to October. Visitors welcome, please call ahead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lake Meadow And Mountain Farm|
|Lake Meadow & Mountain Farm 2381 Moriah Road, Moriah (518) 546-9770. Peter and Suzanne Zelinski. Fresh farm eggs, beans, corn, tomatoes, squash, pumpkins, hay, Christmas trees, wreaths, maple syrup and pasture lamb and pork. Open early June to December. Most days, all day. Nine-tenths mile north of the four corners.|
|Lake Placid Pub & Brewery Co.|
Selected as The Best Brewery in New York State at the 2007 & 2005 Tap New York Beer Festival.
Selected as The Best Brewery in the Hudson Valley at the 2007, 2005, & 2003 Tap New York Beer Festival.
The Lake Placid Pub & Brewery serves great beers and delicious food in a comfortable atmosphere. Since 1996, the LPP&B has been Lake Placid’s pub of choice, with the freshest microbrewed ales and lagers, including the famous Ubu Ale, and traditional pub fare sure to please everyone. In addition to Ubu Ale, other year round beers include Moose Island Ale, 46’er Pale Ale, and Lake Placid IPA (formerly Frostbite Ale). We also feature at least two rotating seasonal beers such as Twice Bitten Barleywine, ‘Ecto’berfest Lager, Maibock, High Peaks Hefeweizen, and Dr. Fogg’s Oatmeal Stout to name just a few. We have brewed more than 60 different styles of beer over our 14 years in business.
Upstairs at the LPP&B, experience what Skiing magazine calls “a top-quality brewpub.” Have a great meal, enjoy an award-winning beer, and just sit in front of the stone fireplace and relax. In the summer, kick back on our deck overlooking beautiful Mirror Lake. Downstairs at the LPP&B, experience the legendary P.J. O’Neill’s, a true Irish pub with the warm character of aged wood and brick. In business for over 30 years, the downstairs bar is a favorite for locals and visitors alike.
Ask a local where to find the best food in Lake Placid and they will steer you to the Lake Placid Pub & Brewery. Our menu features pub classics like mouthwatering cheeseburgers, delicious BBQ ribs and Brisket, and the best wings this side of Buffalo. Other favorites include Fish & Chips, Bangers & Mash, Cobb Salad, Steak Salad, Chicken Satay, Hot Turkey Sandwich, and more. The Pub is committed to using local and sustainable products whenever possible. And don’t worry about the little ones – they can choose from our “Brewmaster in Training” selections such as grilled cheese or chicken fingers.
|Lamoy’s Produce & Greenhouse|
|Lamoy’s Produce & Greenhouse 1595 Route 22B, Morrisonville (518) 643-0961. Doug Lamoy. Full range of vegetables, fruits, Indian corn, gourds, bedding plants and potted plants such as hanging baskets. Located two miles south of Morrisonville on Route 22B. Open May to October, Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 6 pm, Sunday 9 am to 5:30 pm. Email: email@example.com|
|Little m Farm|
|Gail Millard. A small family farm with farm stand open July 1 to November 1. Located near exit 44 on Interstate 81. Variety of vegetables; also fruit including red currants and elderberries. Indian corn and jams. We also purchase and resell NY state fruit in season.|
|Lowville Producers Cheese Store|
|The Lowville Cheese Store is located on Utica Boulevard in Lowville, New York just a “stones throw” from Wal-Mart and across from Kinney Drugs/ McDonalds. It is your one-stop shopping center for “Made in Lewis County” products such as: Maple Products, World Famous Croghan Bologna, Croghan Candy Kitchen, Pure Mist Soaps, Mercers Ice Cream, and Freemans Taffy. The Lowville Cheese Store has earned a reputation nationwide for our “Squeaky” Fresh Cheese Curd and our 3 Year Old New York XXXtreme Sharp Cheddar that we age ourselves (guaranteed to curl your spine). We also offer over 57 flavors of cheddar. Gift packages are available for those who want to send a piece of Lewis County to their loved ones living away. We ship year round. The order form can be found on our new website at http://www.GotGoodCheese.com.
The store also carries over 600 Farm Supply items ranging from Cleaners, Acids, Sanitizers, Filters, Hoses, Inflations, Shovels, Forks and Towels along with hundreds of other Barn and Milk-house Supplies.
If you have never stopped at The Lowville Cheese Store, Lady LeWinDa Milkzalot (New York’s Largest Dairy Cow) invites you to stop by and see why the Lowville Cheese Store is the best kept secret in the North Country. There are always free samples at the counter (Try our 11 Year Old Cheddar: ONLY FOR THE BRAVE!) And remember, when you shop with us 100 % of your dollar stays locally.
The store is open: Monday – Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Saturday 8:00 AM to Noon.
|Lyndaker’s Maple Orchard|
|We are a 4th generation Maple Producer. Located on the Soft Maple rd. in Lewis County. With approximently 3000 taps. Maple syrup is produced seasonaly in the spring. We offer Maple Syrup in all grades (Light, Medium, and Dark Amber). All sizes and Bulk available. Maple Creams, Sugarcakes, Maple Drops, and speciality sauces. Available Year round. We may be small but “extremely sweet”!|
|Mace Chasm Farm|
|Mace Chasm Farm is heading into its first season this 2013 Spring! Farmers Asa Thomas-Train and Courtney Grimes-Sutton are tending to cows, chickens, pigs, and workhorses out in the fields, and to plenty of irons in the fire around the farm as we get going. All of the grains that our pigs and chickens eat are organic, and the animals forage much additional nutrition from the woods and pastures where they live. Our herd of Devon beef cows is entirely grass-fed, and awful handsome, we think.
We do our own butchery and make our own products – a full line of meat cuts, roasts and fresh, delicious sausages using 100 % organic dried spices, sea salt, and fresh herbs from our fields as they come into season. We’re excitedly working toward presenting a line of charcuterie this season– salamis & whole muscle cures – some of the best eats possible, we think.
We also have organically fed, free range laying chickens out on pasture – our eggs are available alongside our meats at CSA pickups for Fledging Crow, Juniper Hill Farm, Farmers Markets (Keene Valley, Saranac Lake, & Keeseville), or at the Clover Mead Café Farm Store – hours for which will be announced by June. The Clover Mead Farm Store will carry fresh veggies, eggs, meats, cheeses, raw milk, yogurt, and grains from local small farms. Check our website for farm tours and events dates this season!
|Maple Grove Farm|
|Our small farm has been in the family for over 90 years. We have raised sheep and angora goats, mainly for their wool and mohair, for the last 20 years. When the last local supermarkets in Ticonderoga and Whitehall closed about 9 years ago, we did not find ourselves living better with the big box store. So we grow our own. The difference we have seen for ourselves has led us to offer our farm products to the public.
Putnam Station is in the southeast corner of the Adirondack Park just west of Lake Champlain. We are on Route 22 between Whitehall and Ticonderoga, just 3 miles from Gull Bay on the northeast shore of Lake George. Putnam Station is the northernmost town in Washington County NY.
We raise our chickens from day-old chicks and process them ourselves on the farm. We bring our pork and lamb to Vermont Livestock in Ferrisburgh, VT which is a USDA facility.
We started the summer farmers market season June 14 in North Creek, which is on Thursday afternoons, 3-6 pm. You can also find us at the Schroon Lake farmers market on Monday mornings, 9-1 pm. We also sell from the farm and are usually here except when at the two markets above.
Our sheep are dual purpose animals and annually provide us with a selection of wool suitable for handspinning, felting and batting. They were shorn on March 21. We now have both adult and first clip lambswool fleeces available.
In addition, we make rustic log furniture and custom sawmilling. We have local honey, maple syrup and goats milk soap products at the farm.
In 2000 we decided to work for ourselves and homeschool our three children. At that point we began farming as a job rather than a hobby. John has a culinary background and worked in numerous restaurants for over 15 years. He has been making rustic log furniture since the late 1990s. Mary Anne has a bachelors degree in Environmental Science and Field Biology and worked as a science teacher for a number of years. She has been a handspinner, weaver and knitter since first owning fiber animals in the early 1990’s.
We have raised chickens, ducks, turkeys, goats, sheep and pigs, even a couple of beef cattle. Our vegetable garden has expanded every year and includes a plethora of vegetables and fruits. This year we are improving our tomatoes in our high tunnel greenhouse. This food has changed our eating habits and we hope to instill an appreciation for local food in others by offering our farm products at the farm and farmers markets.
|Massey Ranch is a locally owned and operated farm that produces maple syrup, hay, honey, pumpkins, and soon apples and raspberries. We have 220 acres on which we grow all of our products. We are open to the public during the spring for maple season and fall for the pumpkin season.|
|Moon Valley Farm|
|Moon Valley Farm is a small working farm that raises Scottish Highland Cattle for pleasure and for beef. Our cattle are raised naturally. No growth hormones or antibiotic feed additives are administered. Our meat is USDA inspected, cut and wrapped. Moon Valley Farm beef is tender, flavorful and lean. Our cattle are predominantly grass-fed and finished on hay and grain.|
|Moose Lodge Boathouse and Cafe on the Green|
|The Moose Lodge Boathouse Restaurant, opened seasonally from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend and located at the Whiteface Club & Resort in Lake Placid, NY, is proud to feature locally grown produce, beef and poultry in its dishes. It recognizes the importance of providing its customers the freshest in foods possible, grown and raised in a chemical and supplement free manner while providing the regional farmers the economic support vital to their continued efforts. This policy continues in the Club’s Cafe on the Green, located in the Club House and overlooking the golf course.
Moose Lodge Boathouse open: Memorial Day Weekend – Labor Day Weekend Wed-Sunday, 11:30am to 9:00pm Closed Monday & Tuesday
Cafe on the Green open: July to mid-Sept., daily 11:30am to 4:00pm. May to June & mid-Sept. to October, Wed-Sunday 11:30am to 4:00pm
|Mountain View Vegetables|
|Mountain View Vegetables produce is available at the Ben Wever Farmstand 24-7. All produce is naturally/organically grown, although not certified. Winter “caches”, including winter storage crops, will also be available at the end of the growing season to help you eat locally throughout the winter (storage info will be included). Stop by the farmstand any time for your veggies, meat, eggs, and honey! Together, we’ve got it all!|
|Mulvey’s Adirondack Farm Market|
|We grow our own produce and if we don’t grow it we find it locally. Originally a dairy farm, we are the third generation of Mulveys farming this property! We offer green, yellow & purple beans; red, white & blue potatoes and greens along with locally grown fruits such as apples, strawberries, blueberries, pears and plums. Eggs are available from our own flock. We also make Adirondack pack baskets and porcupine quill jewelry. Mulveys Adirondack Farm Market provides Adirondack gifts and home decor, jams, jellies, cider, cut flowers, dried fruits, honey, indian corn, gourds, nuts and specialty sauces. In July and August we are open Thursday through Sunday 10 to 5. In June, September and October we are open weekends only, 10 to 5. Or find us on Wednesdays at the Lake Placid Farmers Market.|
|Nori’s Village Market|
|Open M-F 9-8, Sat, 9-5 and Sun 10-4. Features natural foods and a grab-n-go vegetarian deli.|
|North Branch Farm
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|North Branch Farm is a small, diversified farm located 30 minutes from Saranac Lake and 30 minutes from Plattsburgh. The farm specializes in vegetables; figs; and pastured beef, poultry, and pork. Everything sold is raised on-farm, high quality and all natural.
Farm visits are welcome with advance notice and if you’re looking for something specific please contact the farm because new things are added every year.
Unique to the farm are silvopasture systems and the largest rutabagas in the ADKs!
|North Branch Farms|
|North Branch Farms is a small family-operated fresh market produce farm which specializes in providing our customers with the highest quality, freshest picked, most delicious vegetables. The season starts in June with strawberries, both U-Pick and on the stand. In July we begin sweet corn harvest, along with tomatoes and melons. In the fall we switch to pumpkin picking, again with U-Pick and pre-picked.|
|North Country Co-op|
|North Country Food Co-op. 518-561-5904. 25 Bridge St. Plattsburgh, NY. Across from the city parking lot. Open Monday through Friday 9 to 7, Saturday 9 to 5 and Sunday 12 to 5.|
|North Country Creamery @ Clover Mead Farm|
|The North Country Creamery, located on Clover Mead Farm in Keeseville, NY, is seeking to reintroduce small-scale, premium dairy products to the eastern Adironack community. Consumers are placing more value on buying healthy and farm-direct, which has caused local product consumption to skyrocket across the country. My eagerness to run a grass-fed milking herd and continue to provide the community with local, value-added dairy products coincides with the retirement of Clover Mead Farm’s previous owner, Sam Hendren.
In the first year, the Creamery will focus on developing a line of yogurts, a few aged cheeses, and selling raw milk direct from the farm in accordance with New York State regulations. In the coming years, product line may further diversify in proportion to market demand and herd expansion. Collaboration between existing vegetable and meat Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) operations is a key component of the Creamery’s mission and marketing approach.
The former café building at Clover Mead Farm will be converted into a neighborhood CSA Distribution Center and non-CSA member Farm Store. It will open a few days per week during peak summer months to cater to the tourist population, and serve as distribution/pick-up location for the numerous neighborhood CSA’s throughout the year. The synergy between these small-scale CSA farms and the Creamery will prove beneficial both economically to local businesses and socially for the North Country community. The Creamery will capitalize on the growing trend in consumer enthusiasm for local food and commerce by becoming the one-stop-shopping mecca for high quality, local products!
After managing and working on dairy farms across Vermont and New York, I am eager to run my own micro-dairy farm. I’ve gained hands-on experience with a variety of dairies and attended numerous agricultural workshops in the past seven years. The inspiration to become a herdswoman began to percolate during my employment at Hawthorne Valley Farm. I had my first opportunity to milk a cow, which began my devotion to cow care and high-quality dairying. Since then I’ve been involved with the gamut of dairy herds, from hand-milking two Jerseys at the Farm & Wilderness Foundation, to becoming the herdsperson of 50 organic Holsteins in a parlor equipped with automatic take-off milking machines. Most recently I managed a 17-cow Jersey herd in Essex, New York, and processed small batches of yogurt, butter, sour cream, and fresh cheese. I am eager to marry the knowledge of my experiences in the self-designed, small-scale North Country Creamery.
The North Country Creamery is committed to providing the local community with rich, wholesome dairy products using sustainable farming methods. My mission is to pioneer a new line of small-scale, handcrafted dairy products in Northern New York. The Creamery distinguishes itself by producing all the milk and value-added products at the dairy farm from 100% grassfed cows.
|Northern Orchard Co., Inc.|
|Northern Orchard Farm Stand 470 Union Rd Peru 518-643-9806(seasonal). Cindi and Al Mulbury. Grown on site – Asparagus, Seasonal Vegetables, Apples including Honeycrisp, Cherries, Plums, Pears, Berries, Sweet Corn, Pumpkins, Swan and Apple Gourds, Honey, Christmas Trees and Wreaths. Open May thru Dec. We ship apples gift packs year round.|
|Otter Creek Winery|
|Otter Creek Winery produces 4,000 gallons of 9 different kinds of wine annually. Open Monday through Saturday 10 to 6, Sunday 10 to 5, 364 days a year – closed Christmas day.|
|Parker Family Maple Farm|
|Parker Family Maple Farm 1043 Slosson Road, West Chazy (518) 493-6761. Earl and Pat Parker family. Maple products including maple syrup, cream, molded sugar and jelly in unique packageing. Gift baskets, maple-related decoratives, and sugaring equipment. Mail-order available. Open year-round. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ponderosa Poultry Pharm|
|Ponderosa Poultry Pharm. Jim Tucker. Approximately 1 mile off NYS Rte 86 in Gabriels, NY. Duck eggs & brown eggs year round. Pompom dahlia bulbs, glad bulbs, perennials, specializing in lupines. Assorted seasonal vegetables. Relish. Roaster chickens available seasonally by order.|
|Ralph Charles III|
|Ralph Charles III 1207 Peasleeville Road, Schulyer Falls (518) 643-9942. Ralph Charles. Live lambs and wool. Adirondack spruce and maple blanks for all stringed instruments. Visitors welcome, please call ahead or email: email@example.com|
|Reber Rock Farm|
|Reber Rock Farm is a new draft powered farm on 88 acres on the southern edge of Reber in Essex, NY. Using our draft horses for the majority of the field preparation, cultivation and harvesting we will strive to produce maple syrup, grassfed beef, pasture raised pork, chicken and turkey, herbs, Thanksgiving vegetables, and a variety of value added products (sunflower oil, popcorn, cornmeal, oats, tomato sauce, lard, soap).
Look for our farm stand this summer at 1699 Jersey St.
Call or email to place your order.
|Rehoboth Homestead 66 Jabez Allen Road, Peru (518) 643-7822. Beth Spaugh-Barber and Tony Barber. Organically-grown produce and cut flowers. Pastured, free-range poultry and eggs. Eggs available year-round, chicken and duck during pasture season, geese in the fall, salad almost year-round. Visitors welcome, call ahead or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For garden fresh vegetables join our Farm Fresh Food Club CSA. We may also attend select, producer-only farmers markets. Check our website for locations.|
|Riordan Family Farm|
|We are a small family operation specializing in naturally grown greens (cut your own fresh) lettuce, kale, green beans, cukes, zucchini,and french endive. We grow sungold cherry tomatoes as well as heirloom and full sized. We have recently planted a blueberry field and hope to have a harvest this season. We have a large inventory of potted large blueberry plants ready to bear fruit. Our farmstand is located right out front by the roadside. We also sell our farm fresh brown eggs at our farmstand. Vegetable starts available in the spring. See us at the Warrensburg Farmers Market on Friday afternoons. Email to find out about our special guest speakers and beginner farm camps at our campground location.|
|Rivermede Farm 49 Beede Lane, Keene Valley (518) 576-2021. Rob Hastings. Asparagus, basil, beans, bean sprouts, beets, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, cucumbers, herbs, onions, lettuce, leeks, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, salad greens, squash, artichokes, cut flowers, honey, maple syrup, gourds, candy and mulch. Gift baskets, Christmas trees and wreaths in season, cheese, yarn and sheepskins. Open May to December 9am to 6pm daily. Across from hardware store on Route 73 in village of Keene Valley.|
|Rulfs Orchard is open year round, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. Summer hours are 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. Bakery and road side stand are open daily so our customers can always have fresh doughnuts, pies, apples and cider! By May, our 7 greenhouses are filled with beautiful flowers and plants. U-pick strawberries begin and the end of June and u-pick blueberries begin at the end of July. Fresh produce is sold all summer through our retail store and wholesale. During the fall, we have U-pick apples in September and U-pick pumpkins in October. We also have a corn maze open weekeds from mid-September through the end of October.|
|Rustic Ranch, LLC|
|Fresh eggs daily from our free-range chickens. Our own maple syrup made here on our own property. We have brought back a family tradition that was brought to an end in 1997 when the Ice Storm hit our local area. We are very excited to be able to offer our great maple syrup once again. We will be adding more products as we can. Open M-F 3pm to 7pm, Sat & Sun 8:30 to 5.|
|Ryan Farm WORKs|
|Terry & Jean McMahon of “Ryan Farm WORKs”. Our 1840 Farm on Lake Champlain offers up its summer bounty of produce, flowers, hay and Adirondack photography. The farm is on Willsboro Point across from Ryan Drive. Email us to receive our farm news. Our happy harvests to you!|
|Saranac Heritage Farm
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|Located at the New Land Trust in Saranac, New York; we are a community based project in an area with both natural beauty and rich history in agriculture. We are dedicated to learn and promote sustainable practices in farming and land management in order to return to a more healthy and balanced way of life.|
|Saranac Valley Farms|
|Ken White. Selling seed and tablestock potatoes. All potato acreage entered for certification by NY state as well as being certified organic by NOFA-NY.|
|Seaway Cold Hardy Grapes|
|Seaway Cold Hardy Grapes is an independantly owned, family run nursery specializing in Cold Hardy Grapevines originally developed by the grape breeder Elmer Swenson and the grape breeding program at the University of Minnesota . These varieties have proven to be successful in several northern areas and make award winning wines. We welcome you to come and look at out vineyard and nursery. Just give us a call.|
|Shady Hill Sheep & Wool Farm|
|Shady Hill Sheep & Wool Farm 12 Conservation Road, Dickinson Center (518) 529-6665. Roger and Linda Hastings. Grass-fed freezer lambs, wool & wool products. Open year-round, afternoons preferred. Located on the corner of State Rt. 11B and Conservation Road in the Town of Dickinson. Visitors welcome, please call ahead or email: HastingsSheep@gmail.com|
|Shadygrove Farm and Wellness Center|
|Our goal is to promote health and wellness in our community by using environmentally friendly and sustainable gardening and farming practices. Weekly CSA vegetable pickup at the farm on Mondays or Thursdays, 4pm to 6 pm. Summer season share (approximately 18 weeks of harvest) is $400. Meat shares are available at fair market prices. Farm fresh eggs $3.50/dozen.|
|Opening July 2012, Smoke Signals is centrally located on Lake Placid’s Main Street. Our restaurant offers genuine “low and slow” smoked barbeque, as well as delicious made-from-scratch entrees, starters, soups and salads. We use local wood in our smokers, and source seasonal produce and several of our meat products locally as well. Smoke Signals’ bar has 12 craft brews on tap, as well as a selection of 46 whiskeys and bourbons. Come and enjoy our food and drink in a unique and relaxed setting. Exposed brick walls and reclaimed wood flooring leads to our floor to ceiling folding glass wall overlooking Mirror Lake, providing our customers with an outdoor dining experience in the North Country’s warmer months. Open Wednesday through Monday 11:30am to 10:00pm.|
|South Meadow Farm Maple Sugarworks|
|South Meadow Farm Maple Sugarworks. Off Route 73, Lake Placid (518) 523-9369. Tony Corwin. Maple syrup, maple products, candy and specialty products. Open all year. Midway between Lake Placid and Keene off Rt. 73. Website: http://www.maplesugarworks.com or email: email@example.com|
|St. Onge Farm
266 Little Briggs St.
|St. Onge Farm All Natural Beef 266 Little Briggs Street, Constable (518) 358-4466. Daniel St. Onge. All natural grass-fed beef cut-to-order. Pick-up available at Tri-Town Packing in Brasher Falls or delivery options available. Open year-round. Visitors welcome, please call ahead.|
|Stone House Vineyard|
|Phil & Bon Favreau. We are the first farm winery licensed in Clinton County, NY. We are a small producer of red and white wine. We also produce a limited selection of fruit wines, including apple and berry wines. We have been growing grapes at this location since 1977. We currently grow eight varieties, including red and white grapes for the table and for winemaking. We have available for sale a large number of grapevines, including Concord, Edelweiss, Valiant and Marechal Foch. We also sell jelly and and gifts. Tours of the vineyard are available as well as wine tastings.|
|Quesnel’s Streetroad Gardens 1661 Route 9, Streetroad, Ticonderoga (518) 585-7866. Doug Quesnel. Farm fresh vegetables, garlic, perennials, bedding plants, fresh cut flowers and herbs.. Open early May to October. Two and a half miles north of Ticonderoga village on Route 9N.|
|Sugarbush Farm is located on the Schroon River in beautiful Schroon Lake. Begun just five years ago, this labor of love has blossomed due to a committment to our land and livestock. We are a growing farm featuring organically grown pastured chicken and pork and free-range eggs as well as some vegetables when available. Chicken, pork and egg CSAs are available summer and fall with weekly pickups and delivery options. We also sell AKC registered Cairn Terriers. We welcome visitors. Please call ahead to schedule a visit.|
|Surprenant’s Berry Farm|
|Surprenant’s Berry Farm 726 Route 22, Mooers. (518) 236-7715. Bruce and Liz Surprenant. U-pick strawberries available late June through July and U-pick raspberries mid-July through October. Over eighty kinds of high sugar, low sugar, and sugar free homemade jams and jellies. Just south of Mooers on Route 22. Please call ahead to place order for jams and jellies or email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Suzanne N. Rinas Apiary
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|Suzanne N. Rinas Apiary. 200 Stock Farm Rd., Chestertown. 518-494-4027. Local honey, honey products, candies, cookbooks and specialty products. Colorful hand made 100% rolled beeswax candles,numerous sizes (special order). Gift baskets available. Open all year. May through October weekdays only. Just south of village off Rt. 9. Chestertown Exit 25 off Northway.|
|Sweet Pea Farm|
|We are a new family farm. We raise a registered flock of Olde English Babydoll Sheep, free range chickens, ducks and pastured turkeys. We offer produce from our gardens with a large variety of tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins and greens, along with needle felted items and handspun yarn from our sheeps’ wool. Find us at the Watertown Saturday market and craft fairs!|
|Tanja & Heinz Omlin. We sell all-natural eggs, Swiss Zopf Bread, live goats and live chickens.|
|The Deers Head Inn|
|The Deers Head Inn. 7552 Court St. Elizabethtown, NY. 518-873-6514. Matthew & JoAnne Baldwin. Open for lunch M-F 11-2:30, dinner M-Sunday 5-9. In July and August we are also open for lunch on Saturdays.|
|The Galley Restaurant & Bar at Westport Marina|
|Casual Lakeside summer dining. Lunch, dinner, late night. Saturday night bbqs featuring locally grown veggies stir-fried in a giant wok. Live weekend entertainment. 11am to close daily.|
|The Little Barn Bulk Foods|
|The Little Barn Bulk Foods is a family owned country store, featuring a full deli, bulk products, and a large variety of local made products. We are located at the Peer Farm on Route 3 between Watertown and Sackets Harbor. Our bulk foods range from baking products and spices to ALL kinds of candies, sweets, chocolates, and fudge. We carry a variety of gluten-free products as well, and continue to expand in this area.
Our deli includes a large selection of John F Martin deli meats and 30+ cheeses. We carry sharp, 4 yr, and 7 yr aged cheddars. We have daily lunch specials and soups, and fresh made-to-order subs, sandwiches and paninis, available any time! Our local products include Pickerts maple syrup, Wakefield honey, Croghan Bologna, and Shultz’s AMAZING fresh cheesecurd, available in plain, jalapeno, Italian, or roasted garlic…it is simply the best we’ve ever had! We make beautiful custom GIFT BASKETS, available in any size and price range. Some examples are our Cheese Basket, Breakfast Basket, Pasta Basket, Sportsmans Basket, and Sweets Basket, just to name a few…and we SHIP all over the US, so keep us in mind when shopping for those far-away friends and relatives!
|The View Restaurant / Taste Bistro (The Mirror Lak|
|The View Restaurant is a proud recipient of the AAA 4-Diamond Award of Excellence. The View offers exceptional food in a relaxed Adirondack atmosphere. It’s perfect for a romantic candlelight dinner for two or an enjoyable dinner with the family. Winner of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for the past ten consecutive years.
Taste Bistro & Bar is recognized for a warm, friendly, and casual atmosphere where food and drink are the primary focus. With a panoramic view of Mirror Lake, a porch with comfortable rockers and close proximity to the grandeur of a four-diamond hotel, this comfortable nook is a welcoming place to dine for house guests and local residents, a haven for friends and neighbors who simply want a great meal served with a glass of world-class wine or regionally favorite brew. Live music every Friday night.
|Thousand Islands Goat Farm|
|We began our Boer meat goat operation in January 2006 with the arrival of 20 goats which included a buck, 2 pregnant does, and 17 doelings. From that initial herd we have grown by leaps and bounds. This spring we had 75 kids! We sell our Boer goats for meat, breeding and pets. We sell frozen cuts from home, at a local grocery store, and at a farmers market. I also receive phone calls requesting frozen cuts. Since meat goat farmers are few and far between, we tend to call on each other with our problems. The older goat keepers are contacted by the younger goat keepers with “What do I do now?” Visits to the farm are welcome. However, give us a call to set up a time. The goats love company because it usually means they get graham crackers as treats.|
|Thunder Crest Farm
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|We are a local farm stand and greenhouse. We sell garden flowers, vegetable plants, and hanging baskets in the Spring. Our farm stand opens in June and has fresh produce both vegetable and fruit, in season, along with fresh eggs, baked goods, maple syrup, and a variety of jams and jellies, plus local crafts. We have a petting zoo, a corn box, a Tractor and Hay wagon play yard, and are in construction phase for a hay maze. Our farm travels to 5 local farmers markets, from Malone on Wednesdays, Tupper Lake at the Wild Center on Thursdays, to Paul Smiths at the VIC center on Fridays, Saturdays at Chateaugay Lake at the Hollywood resturant, and Sundays at Keene Valley. We also have Amish Wooden creations onsite, Adirondack Chairs, Picnic Tables, and Swings.|
|Trees, Berries & Bees|
|“Trees, Berries and Bees” is a small family owned hobby farm located on State RT 11B in East Dickinson. The business is owned by Terry and Paula Niles. Products sold include apples, berries, honey and hay. The apple orchard includes a large variety of trees including Macintosh, Cortland, Molly Red Delicious, Paula Reds, Hazen, Sweet Sixteen, and a variety of Crabapples. The apple stand is self-serve, and is open from late August to early October. Fresh baked pies and doughnuts are also available during this time. During the summer months Strawberries, Raspberries, and Blueberries are sold. Our delicious honey is available throughout the year. We also sell hay to local farmers, and are in the early stages of developing a small vineyard. Stop by and visit us, and try out some of our delicious products. Or find us at the farmers markets in Malone, Canton and Potsdam.|
|Tucker Farms, Inc.|
|Tucker Farms, Inc. 56 Hobart Road, Brighton (518) 578-8436 (potatoes) and (518) 637-1230 (corn maze and farm tours). Tom, Steve and Don Tucker. Tucker Farms has been in business as a family farm since the 1860s. Steve and Tom Tucker are the 5th generation running the day to day operations of the farm and have diversified the farm to help alleviate the ebbs and flows of the economy. Part of this diversification is the addition of specialty varieties of potatoes including All Blue, Adirondack Blue, Adirondack Red and Peter Wilcox (a purple skin yellow flesh variety).We also have 3 white varieties, Superior, Hampton, and Reba. We have one red skin variety, the Dark Red Norland and a yellow flesh variety Yukon Gold. In 2011 we will have 2 more yellow flesh varieties Carola and Lehigh. Our potatoes are being used as seed potatoes, table stock potatoes, cattle feed, made into vodka (Lake Placid Spirits) and now potato chips (Sustain Brand). We grow oats, rye, buck wheat, hay, silage corn, fodder peas, as well as a variety of vegetables for delivery to area restaurants. We also operate The Great Adirondack Corn Maze from August 1st to October 31st. Located on Hobart Road 1/2 mile from Rte 86. For potato information email email@example.com, for corn maze/farm tours email firstname.lastname@example.org.|
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|Turtle Island Cafe|
|Turtle Island, a name given to mother earth by our Native American ancestors. They conceived our planet as an Island carried on the back of a great turtle swimming throughout the universe. Turtle Island Cafe, a name inherited by David Martin and Mimi Lane is owned and operated by the husband and wife team. The Cafe opened under new management May 1, 2004. Their goal is to provide fabulous food in a casual and friendly environment. David Martin as a high honours graduate from the Culinary Institute of America has over 20 years experience as a Chef in the restaurant business creating unique and flavourful dishes. Conveniently located in the heart of Willsboro, Turtle Island Cafe is only minutes away from both Lake Champlain and the Essex Ferry Dock.
Here at Turtle Island Cafe we believe that everyone has a basic right to gastroonomic pleasure and consequently the responsibility to protect the heritage of the food, tradition, and culture that make this pleasure possible. Our thoughts are based upon the concept of eco-gastronomy – recognition of the strong connections between plate and planet. Food should be good, clean and fair. The food that we eat should taste good; it should be produced in a clean way that does not harm the environment, animal welfare or our health; and food producers should receive fair compensation for their work. We consider ourselves co-producers because by being informed about how and where our food is produced and actively supporting those who produce it, we become part and partner in the production process. Here at Turtle Island Cafe we make every effort to use local farmers that practice sustainable methods and with our same beliefs for their produce, cheeses, dairy and meats. Our fish and seafood purchased is only wild caught and of sustainable species. Remember we will become what we eat.
Recently we launched the Turtle Island Fish Club as a means to supply you with fresh fish. We have established a connection to receive fresh line caught fish shipped directly to Turtle Island Cafe from several private fisherman who support sustainable fishing methods. Chef David is filleting the fish and providing weekly portions to the fish club members for pick up on Fridays. For more information on the Fish Club go to http://www.turtleislandcafe.com
|Two Chicks Farm|
|We are a working alpaca farm offering alpaca sales, boarding and breeding services. We also have a small farm store with a good variety of alpaca related products for sale.|
|Uihlein Sugar Maple Research Station|
|The activities conducted at the Uihlein Field Station form the core of the Cornell Sugar Maple Program. The Field Station is located near Lake Placid in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains.|
|Jane Desotelle. Fresh herbs, dried herbs and teas, fresh balsam wreaths, catnip toys. Wild food and medicinal plants, educational tours on Adirondack Botanical Santuary with more than 300 plant species. Open May to October. Groups welcome. Special arrangements available. Visitors welcome, please call ahead. Some products available on www.adirondackcraft.com.|
|Village Meat Market
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|Convenience store stocking many local products. Monday-Friday 6am to 9pm. Sat-Sun 7am to 9pm|
|Wind Swept Meadows Farm|
|Our farm has been in our family since 1908. We are a year round destination for quality local products. From July until November you can shop at our roadside stand where we offer fresh vegetables, fruit and flowers from our garden. We take special orders for baked goods from our inspected kitchens year round. Our USDA inspected beef if also available year round.
Our beef animals are raised on our farm from calves without the use of hormones, growth stimulants, implants, artificial proteins, antibiotics or residue of any kind. Our cattle roam freely in the pasture and are fed a diet of our own grass, hay and alfalfa during the winter months. Their diets are supplemented with corn, soy and minerals.
|Windy Knoll Farm|
|Windy Knoll Farm Old Ray Brook Road, Ray Brook (518) 891-4286. Craig DuMond. Naturally raised beef. Visitors by appointment only. On Old Ray Brook Road between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid.|
|Nestled in the hills of Saranac, New York, Woven Meadows is the pasture-based sustainable farm of the Vaillancourt and Jackson families. We practice grass-based pasturing of our cows and organic-fed chickens and poultry, natural beekeeping, and chemical-free gardening and growing of vegetables, herbs, fruit, and flowers. We have a holistic perspective, seeing both all aspects of the farm as interconnected as well as the farm as interrelated with the wider community and environment. Everything is “woven” together, you might say! Throughout our farming activities, we strive for ecological and social sustainability, by nourishing individuals and families, fostering community, and being stewards to our land and livestock. We love having visitors, and have products and subscription-style CSA programs available from the farm. Contact us to visit our woven meadows.|
|We feature a locally grown, environmentally conscious, diverse selection of vegetables, herbs, berries and flowers available at our farm stand and two farmers markets. The Mereands would like to share the beauty of our gardens with you. Our farm, with its 200 year old farm house and hip roof barn, has been the Mereands’ home for a century. In 2004 we sold the dairy cows and started our flower, herb and vegetables gardens. You’re invited to tour our beautiful gardens, pick flowers, take pictures, sketch, paint, and visit our roadside stand for the freshest, chemical-free produce available, or find us at the Friday afternoon market at The Cheese Store on NYS #3 or come to the Watertwon Saturday Farmers market at the new pavilion at JB Wise Place, 9:00am to 2:00pm. The farm stand opens in May with herbs and perennial plants and in June for strawberries. The stand is open dawn to dusk during the season. The Butterflies and Flowers Garden Tours begin in July and go till frost. We specialize in gourmet lettuces throughout the season, heirloom tomatoes, herbs and heirloom pumpkins. We have the only locally grown chemical free strawberries and raspberries. We believe in healthy food for healthy living.|