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Albany Knickerbocker Rugby Club, albanyknicks.org. A local community club open to the public that encourages being outdoors and taking care our earth and each other; carpooling, recycling and teaching this generation and the next about rugby, caring and community.

Cow Jones Industrials Vegan Boutique, 5 Main St., Chatham, 392-2139. Dedicated to the concept of mindful retailing; animal and eco-friendly products produced via fair-labor practices. Supports independent designers who share the vision for a sustainable future.

Earthly Remedies by Erin, 534-3003, earthlyremediesbyerin.com. All-natural, chemical-free, mostly-organic hand salves, hand creams, baby products and more, made with beeswax, unrefined shea butter, a variety of organic essential oils, and organic herbs grown on premises.

Got Zen? Bodywork and Massage, 1 Pinnacle Place, Suite 110, Albany, 533-0809. Offering therapeutic massage, shiatsu, acupressure, craniosacral therapy/energy work.

Magic Moon, 15 Phila St., Saratoga Springs, 583-2488, freewebs.com/magicmoon. A unique metaphysical boutique carrying a variety of fair-trade products and offering services dedicated to your well-being.

Mango Tree Imports, 12 Washington St., Ballston Spa, 288-3554, mangotreeimports.com. Fully fair trade fruits, nuts and coffee, specialty items, books, music, instruments, art, gifts and more.

Mrs. Green Clean, 813-7366, Mrs-GreenClean.com. The Mrs. Green Clean team is passionate about green living, and proud to offer the community a healthy alternative to the traditional toxic cleaning services.

Peaceful Inspirations, 384 Kenwood Ave., Delmar, 439-7039, peacefulinspirations.net. Offers a variety of fair-trade products from artisans engaging in environmentally sustainable practices.

Seams Sustainable, 750 Huntington Drive, Schenectady, 225-6369, seamssustainable.com. A home business dedicated to spreading the word about sewing as sustainability skill. Sewing lessons, as well as custom made clothing using sustainable fabrics and/or upcycling of old garments and textiles.

Verdentity, Suite 306, 112 Spring St., Saratoga Springs, 932-9919, verdentity.com. Integrated branding and marketing firm that partners with socially and environmentally responsible organizations to express their unique story through a balanced approach of sound marketing strategy, creative concepts, and the right media mix.

 

Transportation

Adirondack Bicycles, 279 N. Ballston Ave., Scotia, 374-7989. Bike sales, parts and service.

Albany-Rensselaer Amtrak Station, 525 East St., Rensselaer, 462-5723. Access to the Adirondack, Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Lake Shore Limited and Maple Leaf rail lines.

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority, 67 Downing Industrial Park, Pittsfield, (413) 499-2782. Bus service for Western Massachusetts.

Capital District Transportation Authority, 110 Watervliet Ave., Albany, 482-8822. Municipal bus service for the Albany, Troy, Schenectady and Saratoga Springs area.

CK Cycles, 1370 Central Ave., Albany, 459-3272. Bike sales, parts and service.

Coxsackie Bike and Sport, 369 Mansion St., Coxsackie, 731-9313. Bike sales, parts and service.

The Downtube Cycle Works, 466 Madison Ave., Albany, 434-1711. Bike sales, parts and service.

Elevate Cycles, 35 Van Dam St., Saratoga Springs, 587-0455. Bike sales, parts and service.

Freeman’s Bridge Sports, 38 Freeman’s Bridge Road, Scotia, 382-0593. Bike sales, parts and service.

High Adventure Ski and Bike, 1054 Troy-Schenectady Road, Latham, 785-0501. Bike sales, parts and service.

Hudson Amtrak Station, 69 S. Front St., Hudson, 828-3379. See Albany-Rensselaer entry.

Mad Dog Bicycles, 561 Delaware Ave., Delmar, 439-3669. Bike sales, parts and service.

Plaine and Son, 1816 State St., Schenectady, 346-1433. Bike sales, part and service.

Rudy’s Cyclery, 578 2nd Ave., Troy, 235-2525. Bike sales, parts and service.

Sports Authority, 161 Washington Ave. Ext., Albany, 869-4490; 221 Wade Road Ext., Latham, 782-7192. Bike sales.

Steiner’s Sports, 329 Glenmont Road, Glenmont, 427-2406. Bike sales, parts and service.

Sycaway Bicycle Sales and Service, 13 Lord Ave., Troy, 273-7788. Bike sales, parts and service.

Troy Bike Rescue, 3280 6th Ave., Troy; 15 Trinity Place (basement), Albany. Volunteer-based bicycle repair, instruction, donations, and advocacy programs.

Recycling

The Albany & Troy Lions Club, 266-7788. Instead of throwing away unused eyeglasses and hearing aids, donating through the Lions Club’s program is both valuable and green! Call for more information.

Albany Freecycle, groups.freecycle.org/Albanyfreecycle. This Web site gives individuals in the Albany area the opportunity to recycle their own belongings and find recycled items themselves. Everything posted is free; no trades, bartering or money allowed.

Albany Metal Recycling, 35 Commerce Ave., Albany, 489-2580. This facility provides pick-up and drop-off services for all metal waste.

AlbanyNYReUseIt, groups.yahoo.com/group/AlbanyNYReUseIt. Like Freecycle, this group aims to reduce the number of landfill items by giving unwanted personal belongings to those who do want it.

Ash Trading Corporation, 77 Broadway, Menands, 463-6666. A paper and book recycling business handles all forms of paper. Pickups are available.

eLot Electronics Recycling, Inc., 8000 Main St., Troy, 266-9385. A recycling company that’s working toward eliminating electronic waste, eLot focuses on recycling, de-manufacturing, and refurbishing computers while reusing mercury lamps and bulbs throughout the country. Offers pick-up and drop-off services.

Heritage Environmental, LLC., 10 Apollo Drive, Albany, 452-7001. A national organization that strives to achieve sustainability through innovative environmental solutions, Heritage offers a household hazardous-waste program and a light-bulb and battery mail-back program—a simple alternative to landfilling those items.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 625 Broadway, Albany, 402-8704. NYSDEC has adopted a program to provide individuals with organizations that donate or reuse unwanted cell phones.

Tri City Rentals, 255 Washington Avenue Ext., Albany, 862-6600, tricityrentals.com, tcrgreenliving.com. Offers green living initiatives such as single-stream recylcling and energy-effecient lighting and appliances.

Troy Bike Rescue, 3280 6th Ave., Troy, 328-4827, troybikerescue.org. TBR is a community bike project committed to removing unused bicycles from the waste stream, and getting them back on the streets. Accepts donations of all bike parts, and welcomes volunteers and newcomers.

Waste Management Inc., 100 Boat St., Albany, (800) 467-6571. As the largest recycler of municipal solid wastes in America, WM has been coming up with new ways of recycling waste, including its “Wheelabrator” facilities, which have converted more than 145 million tons of solid waste into more than 75 billion kilowatt-hours of clean electric power. WM now recycles bottles with identification numbers 1-7.

Gardening

The Botanic Barn, 1570 Route 7, Troy, 279-3080. Nursery, garden supplies, personalized design services.

Colonial Acres Nursery, 2552 Western Ave., Altamont, 456-5348. Voted Best Nursery in Capital Region Living magazine. Nursery, garden supplies.

Emerich Sales & Service Inc., 187 Valentine Road, Charlton, 399-8574. Heavy gardening equipment.

Faddegon’s Nursery, 1140 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, 785-6726. Gardening and nursery supplies since 1920.

The Garden Guy Edible Landscaping, (917) 561-9017, thegardenguyonline.com. Home vegetable garden consultation, design, and creation. Tilling, soil development, planting, organic weed control, maintenance, and harvesting.

Hewitt’s Garden Centers, Route 9 and Sitterly Road, Clifton Park, 371-0126; Route 4 and I-90, East Greenbush, 283-2159; 605 Feura Bush Road, Glenmont, 439-8169; 1969 Western Ave., Guilderland, 456-7954; 1129 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham, 785-7701; 294 Quaker Road, Queensbury, 792-3638; 3 Charlton Road, Scotia, 399-1703; Route 9, Wilton, 580-1205. Extensive selection of garden supplies and accessories; nursery and greenhouse plants, shrubs and trees.

Hilltown Farm & Garden, 6003 State Route 32, Westerlo, 797-3697. Seeds, bedding plants, fertilizers, natural & organic solutions.

Hudson Valley Organics, 153 Hartigan Road, Old Chatham, 928-4826. Compost, mulch and a variety of soils.

Kulak Nursery & Landscaping, 1615 Route 146, Rexford, 399-2404. Garden center, nursery, landscaping.

Mossword Gardens, 291 Maple Ave., Greenville, 966-8470. Nursery, landscape design consultations.

Olsen’s Hardware & Garden Center, 1900 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands, 733-9483. Hardware store with nursery, garden supplies.

Osborne Mill Nursery, 231 Osborne Road, Albany, 482-8150. Plants, trees, and shrubs.

Other Side of Paradise, 481 Route 40, Troy, 237-5287. Nursery, garden supplies, trees, landscaping.

Organica, 296 Delaware Ave, Albany, 618-7666, organicanewyork.com. Organic garden supply and local foods, including fresh bread, local granola, peanut butters, jams, organic free-range eggs; lettuce and broccoli plants ready for sale, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, squash, beets, eggplant, and peppers available in May.

Patroon Nursery, 500 West Sand Lake Road, Wynantskill, 283-3807. Flowers, plants, trees, shrubs, accessories and supplies.

Price-Greenleaf Store & Nursery, 14 Booth Road, Delmar, 439-9212. Nursery, plants, garden supplies, trees.

Troy’s Landscape Supply, 1266 New Loudon Road, Cohoes, 785-1526. Nursery, garden supplies, landscape design and installation.

Van Geest Nursery, 43 Donna Drive, Albany, 459-1093. Nursery, landscape consulting, period gardens and contemporary designs.

Wunsapana Farm, 4557 Hurst Road, Altamont, 441-8079, wunsapanafarm.com. Llama beans (manure) for soil enhancement—gardens love them! Visit the farm website for more details and testimonials. Bags of beans are available at Altamont Agway and Gade Farm (on Western Avenue in Albany).

Zema’s Nursery, Inc., 154 Presbyerian Hill Road, Stephentown, 733-5868. High-quality plants and trees.

Food

Community Supported Agriculture

Denison Farm, 333 Buttermilk Falls Road, Schaghticoke, 664-2510. Vegetables.

Eight Mile Creek Farm, 40 Johnny Cake Hill Road, Westerlo, 649-0950. Vegetables, herbs, chicken, eggs, fruit, beef, hay, pasture.

The Farm at Miller’s Crossing, 81 Roxbury Road, Hudson, 851-2331. Vegetables, herbs, grass-fed beef.

Hawthorne Valley Farm, 327 County Route 21C, Ghent, 672-7500. Vegetables, raw milk, cheese, yogurt, pork, beef, baked goods, sauerkraut.

Homestead Farm, 3842 State Route 2, Cropseyville, 279-9867. Vegetables.

Little Seed Gardens, Chatham, 392-0063. Vegetables, herbs, flowers, sod, cover crops.

Longfield Farm, 1093 Township Road, Altamont, 861-5280. Wool (fleece and rovings), lamb, artisan breads, free-range chicken and eggs, and artisan bread.

Monkshood Nursery, 1094 Route 9J, Stuyvesant, 758-7958. Vegetables, herbs, eggs, winter greens.

Patroon Land Farm, 153 Ketchum Road, Voorheesville. Vegetables, herbs, melons.

Petersburgh Manor Farm, 69 Smith Road, Petersburgh, 658-9034. Vegetables, herbs, organic yarns, natural dye, free-range eggs.

Red Oak Farm of Stuyvesant, 1921 Route 9, Stuyvesant, 799-2052. Vegetables, herbs, fruit, dried teas.

Roxbury Farm, LLC., 2501 Route 9H, Kinderhook, 758-8558. Vegetables, herbs, grassfed beef, pork and lamb.

Thompson-Finch Farm, 750 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancram, 329-7578. Vegetables, berries, fruit, sod, triticale, hay.

Threshold Farm, 16 Summit St., Philmont, 672-5509. Vegetables, fruit.

Windflower Farm, 585 Meeting House Road, Valley Falls, 692-3188. Vegetables.

Wing Road Farm, 270 Wing Road, Greenfield, 584-5466. Vegetables, herbs, eggs, mushrooms, honey, bread.

Dairy

Beaverbrook Farm, 46 Stanton Hill Road, Salem, 854-9805. Eggs, honey.

Berle Farm, Hoosick, 686-3249. Raw, organic chevre made with vegetarian rennet.

Coach Farm, Pine Plains, 398-5325. Goat yogurt and cheeses.

Cooper’s Ark Farm, Schoharie, 295-7662. Cage-, hormone- and antibiotic-free eggs.

Cornell Farms, Hoosick Falls, 732-7452. Cage-, hormone- and antibiotic-free eggs.

Hawthorne Valley, Ghent, 672-7281. Organic and biodynamic cow’s milk yogurts and cheeses.

Meadow Brook Farms, Route 443, Clarksville, 768-2451. Cow’s milk and cream (in glass bottles, delivery available), rBGH-free.

Nettle Meadow, Warrensburg, 623-3372. Award-winning goat cheese and new farmstead sheep, goat and cow mixed-milk cheeses.

Old Chatham Sheephearding Co., 794-7733. Old Chatham. Sheep’s milk camembert and blue cheeses, yogurts and spreads.

Palatine Valley Dairy, Nelliston, 993-3194. Various cheddar cheeses, and cheese curds.

Ronnybrook Farm, Ancramdale, 398-6455. Ice cream, yogurt drinks and butter.

 

 

 

Farmers Markets

Note: Many of these farmers markets do not open outdoors until sometime in May or June; some have indoor locations during the winter months.

Altamont Farmers Market, Orsini Park, Altamont Train Station, Main Street and Maple Avenue, Altamont. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 11 AM-6 PM.

Amsterdam Downtown Farmers Market, Roosevelt Apartments, Divisions St., Amsterdam. Thursdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Ballston Spa Farmers Market, Wiswall Park, Ballston Spa. Thursdays, 3-6 PM; Saturdays, 9 AM-noon.

Cambridge Farmers Market, Cambridge Freight Yard, Cambridge. Sundays, 10 AM-2 PM.

Canajoharie Farmers Market, Arkell Museum, 2 Erie Blvd., Canajoharie. Saturdays 10 AM-1 PM, Wednesdays 4-7 PM.

Capital District Farmers Market, Broadway (Route 32) and Route 378, Menands. Saturdays, 8 AM-1 PM, Sundays noon-4 PM.

Central Avenue Farmers Market, 339 Central Ave. (the Linda/WAMC parking lot), Albany. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Chatham Farmers Market, 15 Church St. (Route 203), Chatham. Fridays, 4-7 PM.

Cohoes Farmers Market, 185 Remsen St., Cohoes. Fridays, 4-7 PM.

The Crossings Farmers Market, 580 Albany Shaker Road, Colonie. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Delaware Area Neighborhood Farmers Market, St. James Church, 391 Delaware Ave., Albany. Tuesdays, 4-7 PM.

Delmar Saturday Farmers Market, Bethlehem Central Middle School, 322 Kenwood Ave., Delmar. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Downtown Albany Farmers Market, Tricentennial Park, Broadway, Albany. Thursdays, 11 AM-2 PM.

Empire State Plaza Farmers Market, north end of ESP opposite the Capitol, Albany. Wednesdays and Fridays, 11 AM-2 PM.

First United Methodist Church Farmers Market, First United Methodist Church, 428 Kenwood Ave., Delmar. Tuesdays, 2:30-6 PM.

Fort Edward Farmers Market, Broadway Bowl parking lot, Route 4, Fort Edward. Fridays, 10 AM-1 PM.

Fort Plain Farmers Market, Legion Street lot, behind Haslett Park. Thursdays 4-7 PM.

Great Barrington Farmers Market, railroad station, Taconic Avenue and Castle Street, Great Barrington, Mass. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Glens Falls Farmers Market, South Street Market Pavilion, Glens Falls. Saturdays, 8 AM-noon.

Granville Farmers Market, Main Street, next to the old train station, Granville. Mondays, 2-5 PM.

Greenwich Farmers Market, former IGA lot, Rt. 29, Greenwich. Thursdays, 2-5:30 PM.

Highland Farmers Market, 1 Haviland Road, Highland. Wednesdays 3-7 PM.

Hudson Farmers Market, DMV parking lot at 6th and Columbia streets, Hudson. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Hudson Falls Farmers Market, Sutherland Pet Store, 1161 Dix Ave., Hudson Falls. Tuesdays, 10 AM-1 PM.

Johnstown Farmers Market, Johnstown Hotel lot, 55 E. Main St., Johnstown. Tuesdays, 3-6 PM.

Kinderhook Farmers Market, Village Green, Kinderhook. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Kingston Farmers Market, Wall Street, between North Front and John streets, Kingston. Saturdays. 9 AM-2 PM.

Middle Granville Farmers Market, Middle Granville Road, Granville. Mondays, 2-5 PM.

New Baltimore Farmers Market, Wyche Park, New Baltimore Road, New Baltimore. Saturdays, 9 AM-noon.

North Adams Farmers Market, St. Anthony’s parking lot, across from MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Queensbury Farmers Market, Elks Lodge, 23 Cronin Road, Queensbury. Mondays, 3-6 PM.

Salem Farmers Market, Salem Village Park, Salem. Saturdays, 10 AM-1 PM.

Saratoga Farmers Market, High Rock Park, High Rock Avenue, Saratoga Springs. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3-6 PM.

Saratoga Farmers Market (indoor location), Salvation Army Building, 27 Woodlawn Ave., Saratoga Springs. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Schenectady Farmers Market, in front of City Hall, Jay Street, Schenectady. Thursday, 9 AM-1:30 PM.

Schenectady Greenmarket, around City Hall, Jay Street, Schenectady. Sundays, 10 AM-2 PM.

Schenectady Greenmarket (Indoor location), Proctors Atrium, Schenectady. Sundays, 10 AM-2 PM.

Schenectady Union Street Farmers Market, Upper Union Street behind Trustco Bank. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Sharon Springs Farmers Market, Main St, across from the Roseboro Hotel. Saturday, 9 AM-2 PM.

South Glens Falls Farmers Market, Village Park, Glens Falls. Mondays, 10 AM-1 PM.

State Campus Farmers Market, Harriman State Office Campus Vendor Park. Thursdays, 11 AM-2 PM.

Stuyvesant Farmers Market, Stuyvesant Railroad Station, 55 Riverview St., Stuyvesant. Fridays, 4-7 PM.

Troy Little Italy Farmers Market, Hill Street (between Washington and Liberty streets), Troy. Wednesdays, 3-6 PM.

Troy Neighborhood Farmers Market, Monument Square, Troy. Wednesdays, 10 AM-2 PM.

Troy Waterfront Farmers Market, Riverfront Park, River Street, Troy. Saturdays, 9 AM-2 PM.

Troy Waterfront Winter Market, Troy Atrium, 3rd Street and Broadway, Troy. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM.

Warrensburg Riverfront Farmers Market, River Street, Warrensburg. Fridays, 3-6 PM.

Waterford Farmers Market, Waterford Visitors Center, One Tugboat Alley, Waterford. Sundays, 9 AM-2 PM.

Watervliet Farmers Market, Hudson Shores Park, Watervliet. Tuesdays, 2:30-5:30 PM.

 

Food Co-Ops, Markets and Bakeries

All Good Bakers, 540 Delaware Ave., Albany, 463-1349, allgoodbakers.weebly.com. New bakery featuring locally sourced, mostly organic, whole-grain breads and from-scratch baked goods. 60-percent New York-grown organic grains; 90 percent of other ingredients come from local farms and businesses. Never any GMO, hormones, antibiotics or trans-fat. Vegan choices available. 10 percent off if you arrive car-free. Coffee: Bring your own cup for a buck!

Berkshire Co-Op Market, 42 Bridge St., Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-9697, berkshirecoop.org. Member-owned natural-foods store whose mission is to cultivate a sustainable local economy and build community.

Heldeberg Market, helderbergmarket.farmiemarketcom. An online farmers market delivering your custom order to your door weekly; produce, eggs, poultry, meat, herbs, teas, bakery, syrup, honey, wool and more.

Honest Weight Food Co-Op, 484 Central Avenue, Albany, 482-2667, hwfc.com. A member-owned and -operated consumer cooperative committed to providing the community with affordable, high-quality natural foods and products. Local and organic produce, cheeses, locally raised meats, bulk foods, natural and organic groceries, fair-trade coffee, specialty foods, herbs and spices, more.

Mango Tree Imports, 12 Washington St., Ballston Spa, 288-3554, mangotreeimports.com. Fully fair trade fruits, nuts and coffee, specialty items, gifts and more.

The Niskayuna Co-op, 2227 Nott St., Schenectady, 374-1362, niskayunaco-op.com. Co-op market offering personal service, high quality meats, great selection, convenience and outstanding value. You’ll find many organic, local, gourmet and specialty items not available anywhere else.

 

Meat

Foster Sheep Farm, 460 W. River Road, Schulyerville, 695-3058. Pasture-raised sheep and poultry.

Gordon Farms, 144 Beebe Road, Berne, 872-2602, gordon-farms.com. Chemical-free, pasture-grazed beef, raised and delivered with the lowest carbon footprint possible using a local USDA-inspected processing facility, solar-powered electric fences and geothermal water heating.

Grazin’ Angus Acres, 125 Bartel Road, Ghent, 392-3620, grazinangusacres.com. Grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free Black Angus beef.

King Crest Farm, 831 Grooms Road, Rexford, 371-5069. Various cuts of beef and pork.

Maple Hill Farm, 110 Ashdown Road, Ballston Lake, 399-4097. Hormone-free, grain-fed beef from polled Hereford cattle.

Saddled Duck Deer, 14 Whites Beach Road, Ballston Lake, 399-4516. Farm-raised, antibiotic- and hormone-free venison and rabbit.

Sweet Tree Farm, 138 Karker Road, Carlisle, 234-7422, sweettreefarmny.com. Various cuts of grass-fed beef, pork and chicken.

 

 

Orchards & Farm Markets

Altamont Orchards, 6654 Dunnsville Road, Altamont, 861-6515, altamontorchards.com. Apples, cider, cider donuts, pies and specialty items; pick-your-own on weekends.

Bowman Orchards, 141 Sugar Hill Road, Rexford, 371-2042, bowmanorchards.com. Apples, berries, pumpkins, peaches, pears, sweet corn, soups, syrups, fruit butters, donuts.

Gade Farm, 2479 Western Ave., Guilderland, 869-8019, gadefarm.com. Various seasonal vegetables and fruits, baked goods, dairy, jams and jellies, salsas, soups and syrups.

Golden Harvest Farms, 3074 Route 9, Valatie, 578-7683, goldenharvest farms.com. Open-air fresh farm market, pick-your-own apples weekends Sept.-Oct.

Goold Orchards, 1297 Brookview Station Road, Castleton, 732-7317, goold.com. Pick-your-own apples and berries, produce, cider and cider donuts, fresh-baked and frozen pies, winery.

Indian Ladder Farms, 342 Altamont Road, Altamont, 765-2956, indianladderfarms.com. Apples, pumpkins, berries, cider and cider donuts, bakery, café, family activities, call (866) 640-PICK for pick-your-own details.

Knight Orchards, 325 Goode St., Burnt Hills, 399-5174, knightorchards.com. Apples, pears, peaches, plums, vegetables, cider, pies, syrup, honey.

Kristy’s Barn, 2385 Brookview Road, Schodack, 477-6250. Local produce, pick-your-own apples.

Lansing Farm Market & Greenhouses, 204 Lisha Kill Road, Niskayuna, 464-889, lansingfarmmarket.com. Fresh fruits and produce, plus Al’s Rolling Pin Bakery.

Liberty Ridge Farm, 29 Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, 664-1515, libertyridge farmny.com. Farm market, pumpkins, pick-your-own berries, café, family activities.

Lindsey’s Country Store, Orchard: 267 Sugar Hill Road, Rexford, 371-5785; Store: 1537 Route 9, Clifton Park, 371-3100. Apples, pears, plums, sweet corn, baked goods, cider, farm-raised hormone- and antibiotic-free beef and pork, pick-your-own apples Sept.-Oct.

Mildred’s Meadows, 6560 Duanesburg Road (Route 7), Duanesburg, 231-2946. mildredsmeadows.com. Local food (seasonal produce, dairy, meats, and more), gifts, and body care items, as well as organic vegetable plants, hanging baskets, annuals, cut flowers, and nursery stock.

Samascott Orchards, 5 Sunset Ave., Kinderhook, 758-7224, samascott.com. Wide variety of pick-your-own produce, full farm market with apples, cider, jams and produce.

Schoharie Valley Farms, Carrot Barn, Route 30, Schoharie, 295-7139, scoharievalley farms.com. Fresh-picked seasonal vegetables, non-seasonal fruits and vegetables, greenhouse, pumpkins, pies and fixings.

Smith’s Orchard Bake Shop, 4561 Jockey St., Ballston Spa, 882-6598, smithorchardbakeshop.com. More than 20 varieties of fresh-baked pies, plus hormone- and antibiotic-free meets, fresh produce in season, cider donuts, more.

Yonder Farms Cider Hill & Bake Shop, 4301 Albany St., Albany, 456-6823. Apples, pumpkins, produce, cider, cider donuts, baked goods.

 

Produce

Black Horse Farms, Route 9W, Coxsackie, 943-9324. Seasonal cut flowers and vegetables.

Freebird Farm, 497 McKinley Road, Palatine Bridge, 673-8822. Garlic.

Fox Creek Farm, Fox Creek Farm Road, Schoharie, 873-2375. Organic garlic.

George’s Market & Nursery, 240 Wade Road, Latham, 785-4210. Various seasonal vegetables.

Krug Farms, 65 Everett Road, Albany, 482-5406. Greenhouse products, sweet corn and vegetables.

Lansing’s Farm Market, 204 Lishakill Road, Colonie, 464-0889. Seasonal produce, pick-your-own vegetables and berries.

Our Family’s Harvest, 245 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands, 478-0416. Retail outlet for Stanton’s Feura Farms seasonal produce.

Paper Dragon Farms, 4683 Route 9, Corinth, 893-0726. Organic vegetables, tomatoes and pumpkins.

Pigliavento Farm, 3535 E. Lydius St., Schenectady, 423-3088. Seasonal Produce.

Slack Hollow Farm, 177 Gilchrist Road, Argyle, 638-6124. Organic seasonal vegetables.

Energy

Retail and Installation

Albany Renewable Solar Energy, 20 Boght Road, Watervliet, 951-8862, albanysolarenergy.com.

AWS Truewind, 463 New Karner Road, Albany, 213-0044, awstruepower.com.

BPVS, 46 Howland Ave., Adams, Mass., (413) 743-0152, bpvs.com.

Empire Solar Store, 6 Brunswick Road, Troy. 687-0135, empiresolarstore.com.

Grenergy Solar Store, 520 Sheffield Plain, Sheffield, Mass. (413) 229-0049, grenergysdarstore.com.

Hudson Solar, 13 Hook Road, Rhinebeck, (845) 376-3969; 125 Wolf Road Suite 404, Albany, (866) 452-7652. Hudson Solar, a merge of Hudson Valley Clean Energy and Adirondack Solar, designs and installs solar energy systems for residential and commercial properties.

Inverters Unlimited, 431 New Karner Road, Albany. 218-0747. invertersunlimited.com. Design and installation services of solar electric systems for your home or business available, will partner with builders, architects, and contractors.

Monolith Solar, 444 Washington St. Rensselaer, 444-2044. MonolithSolar.com. Monolith Solar is a team of experts experienced in the engineering, design, and installation of solar electric power systems for home, business, nonprofits and municipalities.

Plug Power, 968 Albany Shaker Road, Latham, 782-7700, plugpower.com. Fuel cell technology for commercial and residential use.

Solar Generation Inc., 43 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock, (845) 679-6997, solargeneration.net.

Sun Dog Solar, 343 State Route 295, Chatham, 392-4000, sundogsolar.net.

Sun Energy, 118 Dean St., Cheshire, Mass., (413) 447-7658.

Sycaway Solar & Wind, 39 Fane Court, Troy, 209-6727.

Tri City Rentals, 255 Washington Avenue Ext., Albany, 862-6600, tricityrentals.com, tcrgreenliving.com. Offers green living initiatives such as single-stream recylcling and energy-effecient lighting and appliances.

Zeroenergy Building, Inc., 6147 State Farm Road, Guilderland, 459-8000. A consulting group that is expert in the fields of net-zero and zero-energy building design, architecture, engineering, alternative and renewable energies, and fuelless power. Solar collectors for hot water (active closed loop, drain down, passive thermsyphon), solar air systems, solar greenhouses, radiant heating systems, photovoltaic solar systems. Walk-in coolers and freezers that cut the electricity by 50 percent and off-grid units that run on renewable power.

 

Home Energy Efficiency Consultation

Building Performance Consulting of NY, 1344 Sumner Ave., Schenectady. 368-4546.

Home Energy Advisors, 9 Diamond Road, Ballston Lake, 899-2400, homeenergyadvisors.com.

Home Energy Consultants, Inc., 278 Freedom Road, Pleasant Valley, (845) 635-8302, homeenergyconsultants.us.

Newport Ventures, Inc., 22 Jay St., Schenectady, 377-9410, newportventures.net.

Zeroenergy Building, Inc. 6147 State Farm Road, Guilderland, 459-8000.

 

Renewable Energy Distribution

Blue Rock Enegy, Go Green, 432 N. Franklin St., Suite 20, Syracuse. (315) 701-1549. Supplies renewable energy credits for New York State-generated green energy sourced from wind, biomass and hydroelectric.

green-e.org, provides a database of certified suppliers of renewable energy credits.

Other Resources

Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency, dsireusa.org. A comprehensive database of state and federal incentives for residential and commercial green building and renewable energy use.

Power . . . Naturally, powernaturaly.org. NYSERDA’s guide to renewable energy.

Community

Capital District Community Gardens, 40 River St., Troy, 278-8685. Manages 49 cooperative neighborhood food gardens, veggie mobile, organic gardening resources, workshops and educational programing available; urban landscaping initiatives and an urban grow center.

Radix Ecological Sustainability Center, 153 Grand St., Albany, radixcenter.org. Radical Urban Sustainability Training, compost pickup service; Radix center includes greenhouse, garden beds, and aquaculture, and educational programming.

Youth Organics, Grand Street Community Arts, 77 Grand St., Albany, 495-5055, grandarts.org. Garden project engaging and partnering with youth through skills trainings in sustainable agriculture and community organizing.

Building

Green Depot, 86C Railroad Ave. (at Fuller Road), Albany, 482-0011. A supplier of environmentally friendly and sustainable building products.

Historic Albany Foundation Architectural Parts Warehouse, 89 Lexington Ave., Albany, 465-2987. Accepts donations of historic salvaged parts that would have otherwise been destroyed or lost, and sells them to architects, contracters, designers and do-it-yourselfers.

Hudson Solar, 13 Hook Road, Rhinebeck, (845) 376-3969; 125 Wolf Road Suite 404, Albany, (866) 452-7652. Hudson Solar, a merge of Hudson Valley Clean Energy and Adirondack Solar, designs and installs solar energy systems for residential and commercial properties.

Hudson Valley Natural Building, hvnb.net, 658-3221. A community-based artisan company that specializes in timber framing, straw bale, natural finishes and education.

Zeroenergy Building Inc, 6147 State Farm Road, Guilderland, 459-8000. A consulting group that is expert in the fields of green design, architecture, engineering, alternative and renewable energies and fuelless power.