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Callicoon Center, NY
Just two hours from New York City and perched in the foothills of the Catskills, Channery Hill Farm grows a variety of heirloom and open-pollinated vegetables and herbs for CSA, farm market and local restaurants. Specialties include hard-neck garlics, mixed salad greens and spicy saute mixes. more...
Located in the hamlet of Youngsville in the Catskill Region of New York State, we are a small seasonal grower of cut flowers and some vegetables. This is primarily a pick your own operation, but we will create cut flower arrangements and bouquets for special occasions. more...
The Jeffersonville Farmers' Market is a member of the Sullivan County Farmers' Markets Association. The Association is a farmer/vendor run not-for-profit, operating markets in Callicoon, Jeffersonville and Liberty. At least 90% of each vendor's product must be grown or produced by that vendor. Vendors reside within a 75 mile radius of each market. more...
Livingston Manor, NY
Root 'N Roost Farm is a diversified, small-scale, permaculture based sustainable farming operation in White Sulphur Springs, NY. We produce vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers, pastured poultry, duck, pork, and free range eggs (duck and chicken), sold through our Summer and Winter CSA (Community Supported Ag) and at our on-site Farm Stand. more...
Callicoon Center, NY
Located just two hours from the George Washington Bridge in NYC, we farm 80 acres and raise sheep, goats and chickens, horses. We follow organic practices. We prefer to sell custom slaughtered//butchered frozen lamb and goat direct to customers; this is the best value for your money. Lambs and kids are available for Easter. Call for details. more...
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