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The Davenport family has farmed this land for five generations, and now run a diverse farming and agritourist operation in the Shawangunk viewshed.
Together, the two farms consist of 483 acres,
separating the Village of Montgomery and the Village of Walden,
A beautiful example of the Catskill's dairy farming heritage, Deerfield was a pilot farm for New York's Whole Farm Planning initiative to reduce water pollution.
The farm and conference center demonstrate farm operations that are economically productive and environmentally sensitive and strengthen the regional food system in the Hudson Valley.
The Hanahan Farm consists of 135 acres of high quality farmland north of the Saratoga Battlefields National Historic Site.
The Hodgson Farm lies in the viewshed of the Shawangunk Ridge and is endowed with rich natural resources, prime soils, streams and ponds.
Indian Ladder Farm's orchards, in the shadow of the Helderberg Mountains, are destination for fall apple picking in the Capital District.
OSI and the Wallkill Valley Land Trust collaborated on saving two historic farms on the oldest inhabited street in America in New Paltz, New York.
OSI was able to respond to a direct threat of farmland loss in Ulster County by acquiring the 54-acre Misner Farm which could have been sold for development.
The 95-acre Pastyik Farm on Vinegar Hill Road in the Town of Shawangunk,Ulster County includes a scenic landscape of hayfields, woods, streams, marshes and ponds.
Originally a dairy operation, Paul's Farm in Hurley, New York is now devoted to growing sweet corn on 268 acres.
Phillies Bridge Farm is one of the oldest working farms in New York State. First established by the Huguenots in 1743, this land is part of the fertile farmlands east of the Shawangunks.
Roxbury Farm, one of the most successful CSA's in Columbia County and the largest in New York, consists of 225 acres of farmland, wetlands and woods beside the Kinderhook Creek.
300 acres of open farmland sits high in the landscape of Sullivan County with miles of stonewalls built by past generations of farmers.