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August 30th: Raspberry Picking at Gardenworks

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August 18th: Farm Tour at Denison Farm

Where: Denison Farm What: Farm Tour and Pot Luck Dinner Justine and Brian Denison 333 Buttermilk Falls Rd Schaghticoke, NY 12154 518-664-2510 When: August 18th 5pm-7pm RSVP Here  

July 21, 2011 in Previous Events by

July 20th: Blueberry Picking

Where: Hand Melon Farm When: Starting July 10th Contact: 692-2376 Pick your own blueberries! bring your own containers or use ours!  

July 21, 2011 in Previous Events by

Flying Pig Farm

Flying Pigs Farm is a small-scale, pastured livestock operation located on the shores of the Battenkill River in Washington County, New York. Since 2000, farm owners/operators Michael Yezzi and Jennifer Small have raised rare, heritage breed pigs, as well as meat chickens and laying hens for eggs. Over the past ten years, Mike and Jen have […]

July 18, 2011 in producers by

September 10th-11th: Washington County Cheese Tour

When: Saturday and Sunday, September 10 and 11, 2011 10am-4pm FREE Where: Washington County Fifth Annual Washington County, New York, Cheese TourTo Be the Biggest East of the Mississippi 10am to 4pm. Saturday and Sunday, September 10 and 11, 2011Free and open to all New in 2011 – Cycling Option! From freshly made Chevre to ripened […]

July 12, 2011 in Previous Events by

Kilpatrick Farm Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms

Freshly picked zucchini blossoms are a special summer treat. These beautiful, golden blossoms grow from the zucchini plant and announce the beginning of a new vegetable. They are delicate, yet sturdy and have a subtle earthy taste. You can find blossoms at your local farmers market or grow your own zucchini in large pots. The […]

June 24, 2011 in recipes by

Hand Melon Farm Margaritas

Made from the best cantaloupes I’ve ever had from the Hand Melon Farm, these margaritas have a great balance of spiciness and sweetness. The spicy margarita is a great summer drink that allows you to take full advantage of summer’s sweet fruit. My first introduction to the spicy Margarita was at Jose Malone’s in Troy, New […]

June 24, 2011 in recipes by

The Locavore Challenge

In 2010, NOFA-NY hosted its first ever Locavore Challenge to run throughout the month of September.  Planning for the 2011 Locavore Challenge is already underway. The goal is to have more than 4,000 participants throughout the state involved in this event. For more information or to volunteer to help, please contact Lea Kone. To learn more about The Northeast […]

June 23, 2011 in Programs by

Calling all Cooks!

Slow Food Saratoga Region is looking to put together a group of passionate cooks to share their passion with others and volunteer their time to teach others how to cook tasty, easy meals with local ingredients. If you’re interested in participating, send us a message here!

June 23, 2011 in Local Causes by

Denison Farm CSA

Community Supported Agriculture Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a unique collaboration connecting people to a local farm and farmer. When you become a CSA member, you agree to support the costs of running the farm in exchange for a share of the harvest. By contributing a membership fee in advance, you become a partner with […]

June 23, 2011 in Programs by

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