Check out the current agricultural revolution as practiced here in the Adirondacks. Hip young farmers using traditional methods and applying sustainable ideas applied to farmland worked for generations. First stop will be Reber Rock Farm, a unique two-family operation that produces meat, eggs, maple syrup and sunflower products in the Reber Valley.
Next, head over to Full & By Farm, once a dairy farm and today a bustling vegetable and livestock Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) completely powered by horses. From there travel to The Hub on the Hill—a cooperative center for processing and marketing value-added food from local farms—and enjoy lunch. Final stop is at Essex Farm, a unique, full-diet, year-round CSA, where you will enjoy a tour with the farm’s co-founder Mark Kimball, husband of author Kristin, who wrote a nationally acclaimed memoir The Dirty Life: On Food, Farming, and Love.
Bring your grocery tote bag as there will be lots of local farm products for sale along the way.
The tour begins at 10 a.m. and ends around 4 p.m.
FEE: $50 for members and $60 for non-members and includes lunch.
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