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Local Farm and Food Directory

by The Staff on September 19, 2013

 

Bakeries

All Good Bakers, 540 Delaware Ave., Albany, 463-1349, allgoodbakers.weebly.com. Albany’s farm-to-bakery café, featuring locally sourced sandwich and specialty breads and pastries. CSA shares available.

Bella-Napoli Italian Bakery, 672 New Loudon Road, Latham, 783-0196; 721 River St., Troy, 274-8277. Assorted breads, cookies, pastries.

Berkshire Mountain Bakery, Inc., 367 Park St., Housatonic, Mass., (413) 274-3412. Breads, pizza crusts, cookies, toast crackers.

Bountiful Bread, Stuyvestant Plaza, Albany, 438-3540. Variety of breads and sweets, on-premises cafe.

Bettie’s Cakes, 371 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 894-117; also at Hoffman’s Playland, 608 New Loudon Road, Latham; Colonie Center; and two mobile cupcakeries; bettiescakes.com. Bakery and cupcakery featuring a double-decker cupcake bus.

Bread Alone, 3962 Route 28, Boiceville, (845) 657-3328; 45 E. Market St., Rhinebeck (845) 876-3108; 22 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock, (845) 679-2108, breadalone.com. Variety of organic, hearth-baked breads.

Café Deli-icious, 413 River St., Troy, 271-8787, cafetroy.com. Candies, pastries, gift baskets, catering, cooking classes and more.

Cheesecake Machismo, 293 Hamilton St., Albany, 427-7019. A repertory of 200-plus varities of cheesecake, with a half-dozen or so available in the store at any given time (whole or by the slice). Special orders.

Coccadotts Cake Shop, 1179 Central Ave., Albany, 438-4937, coccadotts.com. Cakes and confections featuring wedding catering and a cupcake truck.

Crisan Bakery & Edible Art Gallery, 197 Lark St., Albany, 445-2727, crisanbakery.com. Artfully crafted cakes, pastries, cookies, spun sugar art, gelato and more.

Fluffalicious Bake Shoppe, 13 Warehouse Row, Albany, 453-4131, fluffalicious.com. Gourmet cupcakes, specialty cakes and cupcakes, cupcake truck.

Our Daily Bread, 54 Main St., Chatham, 392-9852; 116 Hudson Ave., Chatham, 392-2233, facebook.com\ourdailybreadchatham. Full line of artisan breads, baked goods, bagels, cookies, seasonal pastries. All of the many gluten-free products are made in the designated gluten-free bakery. Café at both locations.

Perreca’s Bakery, 33 N. Jay St., Schenectady, 372-1875. Variety of breads, cakes and baked goods.  

Perrotta’s Bakery, 766 Pawling Ave., Troy, 283-4711. Variety of baked goods, specialty cookies.

Prinzo’s Bakery, 344 Delaware Ave., Albany, 463-4904. Variety of breads and rolls.

Rock Hill Bakehouse, 19 Exchange St., Glens Falls, 615-0777. Variety of breads.

Schuyler Bakery, 637 3rd Ave., Watervliet, 273-0142. Breads, cakes, baked goods.

Sweet Temptations, 469 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, 438-2253, 518getcake.com. Cupcakes, specialty cakes, pastries and sweets; featuring a cupcake truck.

Villa Italia Pasticceria, 226 Broadway, Schenectady, 355-1144. Italian baked goods.

X’s to O’s Vegan Bakery, 97 4th St., Troy, 238-3311, xoxoveganbakery.com. Organic, handmade-from-scratch, 100-percent-vegan baked goods including cookies, cakes, brownies, canoe boats and more. Sweetened with organic evaporated cane juice and Sucanat.

 

Brewers, Distillers and Wineries

Albany Distilling Co., 78 Montgomery St., Albany, 621-7191, albanydistilling.com. Producer of craft spirits, including Ironweed Whiskey, Quackenbush Still House Rum, and Coal Yard New Make Whiskey.

Amorici Vineyard 637 Colonel Burch Road, Valley Falls, 469-0680, amoricivineyard.com. New York-grown, hand-crafted, naturally processed wines.

Barrington Brewery, 420 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-8282, barringtonbrewery.net. Variety of handcrafted beers including Berkshire Blonde, Barrington Brown and seasonal selections.

Berkshire Mountain Distillers, Inc., P.O. Box 922, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 229-0219, berkshiremountaindistillers.com. Ice Glen Vodka, Greylock Gin and Ragged Mountain Rum produced from local spring waters, made in small batches, available in restaurants, bars and regional liquor stores.

Brewery Ommegang, 656 County Highway 33, Cooperstown, (800) 544-1809, ommegang.com. Open year-round for tastings and tours. Five award-winning Belgian-style ales. Special events including concerts.

Brookview Station Winery, Goold Orchards,1297 Brookview Station Road, Castleton, 732-7317, 1-88-TO-UNCORK, brookviewstationwinery.com. Semi-sweet/semi-dry and dessert fruit wines, events and wine tastings.

Brown’s Brewing Co., 417 River St., Troy, 273-2337, brownsbrewing.com. More than 20 different styles of ales ales and lagers brewed on the premises, a dozen or so of which are available on any given day in the taproom; Brown’s brews are also bottled and sold in area stores.

CH Evans Brewing at the Albany Pump Station, 19 Quackenbush Square, Albany, 447-9000, evansale.com. Featuring the award-winning Kick Ass Brown, plus cherry brown ale, imperial stout, Bavarian-style wheat beer, Belgian-style double with boysenberries and sour cherries, more.

Colebrook Country Wines, 562 Colebrook Road, Gansevoort, 261-1877, colebrookwines.com. Dry whites and reds, fruit wines and dessert wines.

Davidson Brothers, 184 Glen St., Glens Falls, 743-9026, davidsonbrothers.com. Beer and ale brewed on- and off-site includes IPA, Irish red ale, British brown ale Scotch ale, oatmeal stout and more.

Druthers, 381 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 306-5275. Six different brews for a variety of taste preferences, courtesy of George DiProp, the former brewmaster at Albany Pump Station.

Harvest Spirits, Golden Harvest Farms, 3074 Route 9, Valatie, harvestspirits.com. Apple vodka, pear brandy, peach applejack, grappa, more.

Hudson-Chatham Winery, 1900 Route 66, Ghent, 392-9463, hudson-chathamwinery.com. Offering award-winning wines from New York state grapes, as well as specialty cheeses, vinegars, jam and maple syrup.

Steadfast Beer Company, 90 State St., Floor 7, Suite 9, Albany, steadfastbeer.com. Sorgham pale ale is the banner product of this gluten-free craft brewery.

 

CSAs

The Alleged Farm, 209 Cooke Hollow Road, Valley Falls, 692-9065, theallegedfarm.com. Wide array of vegetables, herbs, and fruit.

Caretaker Farm, 1210 Hancock Road, Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-9691, caretakerfarm.org. Sustainably grown produce, free-range eggs, milk, antibiotic-  and hormone-free meat.

Cooper’s Ark Farm, 145 Ark Lane, Schoharie, 295-7662, coopersarkfarm.com. Cage-, hormone- and antibiotic-free eggs.

Denison Farm, 333 Buttermilk Falls Road, Schaghticoke, 664-2510. Vegetables, fruit and eggs. Fennel, edamame and tomatillos as well as beets, celeriac, sugar snap peas, strawberries and more.

Eight Mile Creek Farm, 40 Johnny Cake Hill Road, Westerlo, 649-0950. Vegetables, fruits, herbs, eggs, chicken, pork, beef, fresh-cut flowers.

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

Farm Girl Farm, 237 Bow Wow Road, Shefffield, Mass., (413) 528-1952, farmgirlfarm.com. Vegetables and fruits, herbs and flowers.

Free Bird Farm, 497 McKinley Road, Palatine Bridge, 673-8822, freebirdorganicfarm.com. Organic vegetables and herbs, free-range poultry and eggs.

Fog and Thistle Farm, Claverack, 537-6139. Seasonal vegetables.

Hand Hollow Farm, 402 County Route 34, New Lebanon, 794-0176. Vegetables, eggs, cut flowers, herbs.

Hand in Hand Community Farm, 59 Rifle Range Road, Colonie, 250-8141. Produce, 100-percent heirloom vegetables, naturally grown herbs and cut flowers, free range eggs; members required to share work on the farm.

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

Homestead Farm, 3842 State Route 2, Cropseyville, 279-9867. Vegetables, flowers, pasture raised chicken, pork, grass-fed beef and turkey.

Jus-Lin Farms, 1461 Route 163, Canajoharie, 280-8904, juslinfarms.net. Free range chicken and eggs, fruits, veggies and herbs, including: sweet corn, salad greens, melons, pumpkins, potatoes, tomatoes and more.

Kilpatrick Family Farm, 9778 Route 22, Middle Granville, 642-4713, kilpatrickfamilyfarm.com. Four-season organic vegetables.

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

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

Otter Hook Farms, 223 McCafferty Road, Greenville, 239-6049, otterhook farms.com. Organic produce, free-range eggs and poultry, organically fed beef.

Patroon Land Farm, 153 Ketchum Road, Voorheesville, 339-5726. Vegetables, herbs, melons, flowers, gourds.

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

Roxbury Farm, 2501 Route 9H, Kinderhook, 758-8558. Vegetables, grass-fed lamb, pork, and beef.

Stoneledge Farm, Leeds, stoneledgefarmny.org. Vegetables, fruit, mushrooms, fair-trade coffee, maple syrup, honey.

Stony Brook Farm, 603 Stony Brook Road, Schoharie, 295-6065. Pasture-raised pork and lamb.

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

Threshold Farm, 16 Summit St., Philmont, 672-5509. Vegetables, fruits, honey, beef.

Wilder Brook Farm, 399 West Oxbow Road, Charlemont, Mass., (413) 625-6967, wilderbrookfarm.com. Naturally grown vegetables, eggs, herbs, maple syrup, flowers and honey.

Windflower Farm, 585 Meeting House Road, Valley Falls, 320-2030. Vegetables, strawberries, eggs, herbs, flowers, sprouts.

Wing Road Farm, 270 Wing Road, Greenfield, wingroadfarm.com. Vegetables, fruits, herbs, eggs, mushrooms, honey.

 

Dairy

Adirondack Creamery, Kingston, (917) 287-1006. Multiple varieties of ice cream.

Berle Farm, Hoosick, 686-3249, berlefarm.com. Raw, organic cheese and yogurt from grass-fed cows.

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

Cricket Creek Farm, 1255 Oblong Road, Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-5888, cricketcreekfarm.com. Raw milk and artisanal cheese from grass-fed cows, beef, pork and eggs.

Dancing Ewe Farm, 181 County Route 12, Granville, dancingewe.com. Tuscan-style handmade cheeses.

Evans’ Farmhouse, Norwich, (607) 334-5339. Organic cow’s milk and yogurt.

Hawthorne Valley Farm, 327 County Route 21C, Ghent, 672-7500, hawthornevalleyfarm.org. Organic and biodynamic cow’s milk yogurts and cheeses.

Meadowbrook Farm, Clarksville, 768-2451. Cow’s milk and cream (in glass bottles, delivery available), BGH-free.

Nettle Meadow Farm, 484 S. Johnsburg Road, Warrensburg, 623-3372, nettlemeadow.com. Award-winning goat cheese and new farmstead sheep, goat and cow mixed-milk cheeses.

Old Chatham Sheepherding Co., 155 Shaker Museum Road, Old Chatham, 794-7733, blacksheepcheese.com. Sheep’s milk camembert and blue cheeses, yogurts and spreads.

Palatine Valley Dairy, 68 Main St., Nelliston, 993-3194. Various cheeses and cheese curds.

Pleroma Farm, 149 County Route 14, Hudson, 828-1966, pleromafarm.com. Thereputic medical retreat and working dairy farm producing raw milk.

Ronnybrook Farm, 310 Prospect Hill Road, Ancramdale, 398-6455, ronnybrookfarm.com. Organic milk, cheeses, ice cream, yogurt, yogurt drinks and butter.

Sprout Creek Farm, 34 Lauer Road, Poughkeepsie, (845) 485-8438, sproutcreekfarm.org. Raw cow’s milk cheeses such as ouray, toussain, camus and barat cheeses.

3-Corner Field Farm, County Route 64, Shushan, 854-9695, dairysheepfarm.com. Sheep’s milk cheese and yogurt.

 

Education and Resources

Berkshire Grown, 314 Main Street, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-0041 berkshiregrown.org. Workshops, information and events supporting Berkshire farms and foods.

Battenkill Kitchen, 58 E. Broadway, Salem, 854-3032, battenkillkitchen.org. Commercial-grade community kitchen available for rental; regular classes offered.

Capital District Community Gardens, 40 River Street, Troy, 274-8685, cdcg.org. Oversees 49 community gardens throughout the Capital Region, offers regular workshops, and urban farming program and the Veggie Mobile.

Capital District Permaculture Guild, capitaldistrictpermacultureguild.blogspot.com. A network of Permaculture designers and practitioners offering workshops and implementing urban sustainability practices.

Chefs Consortium, 100 Dock St., Saugerties, (845) 247-0909, chefsconsortiumny.com. “Locavore”-driven outreach activities and culinary events from Hudson Valley chefs dedicated to farm-to-table sustainability.

Cooper’s Ark Farm, 145 Ark Lane, Schoharie, 295-7662, coopersark farm.com. Handicapped-accessible, educational farm tours and petting zoo, including haywagon ride (which can also accommodate wheelchairs).

Cornell Cooperative Extension, cce.cornell.edu, agricultural education and outreach, research and workshops offered throughout the state:

CCE Albany County, 24 Martin Road, William Rice Jr. Extension Center, Voorheesville, 765-3500, cce.cornell.edu/albany.

CCE Columbia and Greene Counties, 479 Route 66, Hudson, 828-3346, cce.cornell.edu/columbia.

CCE Rensselaer County, 61 State St., Agriculture and Life Sciences Building, Troy, 272-4210, cce.cornell.edu/rensselaer.

CCE Saratoga County, 50 West High Street, Ballston Spa, 885-8995, cce_.cornell.edu/saratoga.

CCE Schenectady County,  107 Nott Terrace, Suite 301, Schenectady, 372-1622, cce.cornell.edu/schenectady.

Garden of One, 60 Thunder Hill Road, Rensselaerville, 797-3378, gardenofone.com. Working eco/holistic farm and educational retreat center specializing in spirituality, sustainability, heritage produce, livestock, flower essence, aromatherapy and herbal products.

Hancock Shaker Village, 1843 W. Housatonic St., Pittsfield, Mass., (413) 443-0188, hancockshakervillage.org. Living museum with working farm offers regular food and harvest workshops and traditional Shaker suppers.

Hudson Valley Bounty, 507 Warren St., Hudson, 432-5360, hudsonvalleybounty.com. Information, resources and events celebrating and promoting Hudson Valley farms.

Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY, 249 Highland Ave., Rochester, (585) 271-1979, nofany.org. Promoting ecologically sound and economically viable food production through networking, demonstrations and educational opportunities; accredited to provide organic certification.

Radix Ecologial Sustainablility Center, 153 Grand St., Albany, radixcenter.org. Urban agriculture and sustainability training center in downtown Albany; compost pickup service available.

Regional Farm and Food Project, P.O. Box 621, Saratoga Springs, farmandfood.org. Network among producers and consumers of the Hudson Mohawk region in support of local farms.

Sprout Creek Farm, 34 Lauer Road, Poughkeepsie, (845) 485-8438, sproutcreekfarm.org. Working dairy farm offering a variety of educational programs for children and adults.

Sustainable Saratoga, P.O. Box 3271, Saratoga Springs, 320-2613, sustainablesaratoga.com. Community gardens, events and resources for a sustainable Saratoga.

 

Farmers Markets

Adams Farmers Market, 60 Columbia St., Adams, Mass. (413) 743-5613. Fridays and Saturdays, 12-6 PM, through September.

Altamont Farmers Market, Orsini Park, Altamont Train Station, Main Street and Maple Avenue, Altamont. Closed after labor day.

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

Berkshire Area Farmers Market, Berkshire Mall, Old State Road and Route 8, Lanesborough, Mass. Wednesdays and Saturdays, 8 AM-2 PM.

Cambridge Farmers Market, Behind Hubbard Hall at the Lovejoy Building, Cambridge. (518) 779-6388. Sundays, 10 AM-4 PM, through September.

Capital District Farmers Market, 381 Broadway, Menands. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM, through October.

CDPHP Farmers Market, Patroon Creek Blvd., Albany. Thursdays, 11 AM-1:30 PM, into October.

Chatham Farmers Market, 15 Church Street (Route 203), Chatham. Fridays, 4-7 PM, through mid-October.

Clifton Park/Saratoga Farmers Market, St. George’s Church, 912 Route 146, Clifton Park. Thursdays, 2-5 PM though October.

Cohoes Farmers Market, Municipal lot at 185 Remsen Street, Cohoes. Fridays, 4-7 PM until October 4.

Delaware Area Neighborhood Farmers Market, behind the Albany Public Library Delaware Branch, Albany. Tuesdays, 4-7 PM.

Delmar Farmers Market, Bethlehem Central Middle School, 332 Kenwood Ave., Delmar. Saturdays 9 AM-1 PM through October, before going inside.

Delmar Farmers Market, Methodist Church Lot, Kenwood Ave., Delmar. Tuesdays, 2:30 PM-6 PM, through mid-November.

Downtown Albany Farmers Market, Maiden Lane Park @ Maiden Lane and Broadway, Albany. Thursdays, 11 AM-2 PM, through November.

Empire State Plaza Farmers Market, Empire State Plaza, Albany. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 AM -2 PM, through October. (November-April, inside the Concourse, Wednesdays, 11 AM -2 PM. Additional Thursday hours from 10 AM-2 PM at the Harriman State Office Campus at 1220 Washington Avenue through October.

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

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

Glens Falls Farmers Market, South Street Pavilion, Glens Falls. Saturdays 8 AM-noon, through mid-November. (Winter Market, Christ Church United, 54 Bay St., Glens Falls, Saturdays 9 AM-noon November-April.)

Great Barrington Farmers Market, Railroad Station, Taconic Avenue and Castle Street, Great Barrington, Mass. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM through October.

Malta Farmers Market, 2570 Rte 9, Malta. Tuesdays 3 -6 PM through October 29.

Middle Granville Farmers Market, Main Street, Granville. (518) 854-3750 Mondays, 2-5 PM through October.

North Greenbush Farmers Market, Twin Town Little League Park, Williams Road, North Greenbush. Thursdays, 2:30-6 PM through September.

New Baltimore Farmers Market, Cecil Hallock Park on County Rd 54 off of County Rd 51, New Baltimore. Saturdays, 9 AM-noon.

North Adams Farmers Market, St. Anthony’s parking lot, across from MASS MoCA, North Adams, Mass. Saturdays, 8 AM-noon, through October 26.

Pakatakan Farmers Market, Historic Round Barn, Route 30 (five miles north of Arkville), Halcottsville. Saturdays, 9 AM-2 PM into October.

Queensbury Farmers Market, 1012 Rt. 9, Queensbury. Mondays 3-6 PM through October 28.

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

Saratoga Farmers Market, High Rock Park, High Rock Avenue, Saratoga Springs. Saturdays, 9 AM-1 PM; Wednesdays, 3-6 PM through October. (November – April: Saturdays only. Division Street Elementary at 220 Division St.)

Schenectady County Downtown Farmers Market, in front of City Hall, Jay Street, Schenectady. Thursdays, 9 AM-1:30 PM through October.

Schenectady Greenmarket, near City Hall, 105 Jay Street, Schenectady. Sundays, 10 AM-2 PM, year round. (Winter location: Proctors)

Schenectady Union Street Farmers Market, 1617 Union Street. Saturdays 9 AM-1 PM, through October.

Troy Summer Market, River and 3rd Streets. Downtown Troy. Saturdays, 9 AM-2 PM through October.

Troy Winter Market, Uncle Sam Atrium, Broadway at 3rd and 4th, Troy. Saturdays, 9 AM-2 PM, November through April.

Troy Twilight Market, Riverfront Park, Troy, During Troy Night Out (Last Friday of every month), 5-8pm

Upper Union Street Farmers Market, 1760 Union St., Niskayuna, 275-2570. Saturdays 9 AM-1 PM through October.

Voorheesville Farmers Market, First United Methodist Chuch Parking Lot, 68 Maple Ave., Voorheesville. Wednesdays 3:30 PM -6:30 PM, through September.

Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market, Historic Mills Park, 176 River Street, Warrensburgh. Fridays, 3-6 PM through October.

Waterford Harbor Farmers Market, Waterford Visitors Center, 1 Tugboat Alley, Waterford. Sundays, 9 AM-1 PM through mid-October.

Watervliet Farmers Market, Hudson Shores Park entrance, off 25th St., Watervliet. Tuesdays, 2:30-5:30 PM, through mid-October.

Whitehall Farmers Market, park on boulevard across from canal. Tuesdays, 1-4 PM through October.

 

Food Co-Ops

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; offering healthy natural alternatives and local organic alternatives to members and the public in a farmer’s market atmosphere

Chatham Real Food Market 15 Church Street, Chatham, 392-3353, chathamrealfoodcoop.net. A community-owned outlet for the products of local farms and kitchens. The Co-op provides education about Columbia County agriculture, and promotes a more localized food system.

Honest Weight Food Co-op, 100 Watervliet Ave  Albany, NY 12206, 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.

Niskayuna Consumers Co-op, 2227 Nott St., Schenectady, 374-1362. Member-owned supermarket and deli with a focus on local and organic products.

 

Meat

Baitsholts Farm, 90 County Route 353, Rensselaerville, 797-5201. Free range, antibiotic- and hormone-free lamb, pork, turkey, chicken and veal. Herbs, wool and hand cream.

Cooper’s Ark Farm, Schoharie, 295-7662, coopersarkfarm.com. Pasture raised turkey, poultry and pork. Cage-free, hormone-free, antibiotic-free eggs. Handicapped  accessible, educational farm tours and petting zoo, including haywagon ride (which can also accommodate wheelchairs).

Cricket Creek Farm, 1255 Oblong Road, Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-5888, cricketcreekfarm.com. Raw milk and artisanal cheese from grass-fed cows. Grassfed beef, humane veal, whey-fed pork, cage-free/antibiotic-free eggs. On-premises bakery.

Flying Pigs Farm, 246 Sutherland Road, Shushan, 854-3844, flyingpigsfarm.com. Custom-cut pork from rare heritage-breed, pasture-raised pigs. Free-range, pastured poultry and eggs.

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

Fox Hill Farm Grassfed Beef, 887 East Ancram Road, Ancramdale, 329-2405, foxhillfarmgrassfedbeef.com. Grass-fed beef.

Gem Farms Buffalo, 1333 Van Hoesen Road, Castleton, 732-7452, gemfarms buffalo.com. Pasture-raised buffalo.

Gordon Farms, 144 Beebe Road, Berne, 872-2602, gordon-farms.com. Grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free angus beef, all cuts.

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

Harrier Fields Farm, 4116 County Route 21, Schodack Landing, 732-7350. Grass-fed beef, Devon breeding stock also available.

Herondale Farm, 90 Wiltsie Bridge Road, Ancramdale, 329-3769, herondalefarm.com. Grass-fed beef and lamb, pasture raised pork and chicken.

Heydenrych Farms, 1811 State Highway 163, Canajoharie, 673-5507, grassfedbeefny.com. Grass-fed beef and lamb, farm raised chicken.

Kinderhook Farm, 1958 County Route 21, Valatie, 929-3076, kinderhookfarm.com. Grass-fed beef, sheep, lamb and free-range eggs.

King Crest Farm, 831 Grooms Road, Rexford, 371-5069. Grass-fed beef, by the quarter or half. Seasonally available.

Mack Brook Farm, 312 McEachron Hill Road, Argyle, 638-6187. mackbrookfarm.com. Grass-fed Angus beef.

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

McAuliffe’s Mountain View Farm, 60 Mountain View Lane, East Berne, 872-2041. All-natural rare-breed meat, poultry, eggs and organic vegetables.

North Plain Farm, Great Barrington, Mass., (413) 528-2092, northplainfarm.com. Pasture-raised chicken, lamb, veal, raw milk and organically fed pork.

Northwind Farm, 185 West Kerley Corners Road, Tivoli, (845) 757-5591, northwindfarmsallnatural.com. All-natural poultry, rabbit, goat and  pasture raised  pork  and beef.

Shepherd’s Hey Farm, 43 Riverview Road, Clifton Park, 383-3482. Lamb, geese and wool.

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

Tilldale Farm, Hoosick, 686-7779, tilldalefarm.com. Certified organic beef, pork and dairy.

West Wind Acres, West Glenville Road, West Charlton, 357-3315, westwindacres.com. pasture-raised beef, pork, chicken and turkey.

Wilson Beef Farms, 10751 Hess Road, Canaseraga, (607) 545-8308, wilsonbeeffarms.com. Hormone- and antibiotic-free beef and pork; smoked-on-premises ham and bacon, jerky, snack sticks, hot dogs, and more.

 

Orchards and  Farm Markets

Altamont Orchards, 6654 Dunnsville Rd., 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.

Cricket Creek Farm, 1255 Oblong Road, Williamstown, Mass., (413) 458-5888, cricketcreekfarm.com. Raw milk and artisanal cheese from grass-fed cows.  Grassfed beef, humane veal, whey-fed pork, cage-free antibiotic-free eggs. On-premises bakery.

Ellms Family Farm, 448 Charlton Road, Ballston Spa, 884-8168, ellmsfarms.com. Pumpkins, corn mazes, hayrides, apple cider donuts, and Christmas trees.

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

Golden Harvest Farms, 3074 Route 9, Valatie, 758-7683, goldenharvestfarms.com. Open-air fresh farm market. Open daily 8-6.

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.

Ioka Valley Farm, Route 43, Hancock, Mass., (413) 738-5915, iokavalleyfarm.com. Hormone-free beef, produce, maple products, pumpkins, family activities, Christmas trees, animals.

Hay Berry Farm Babcock Lake Road (County Route 87), Hoosick Falls, 285-9039, hayberryfarm.org. Pick-your-own and farm-stand blueberries, flowers, herbs, pumpkins, gourds, died flower arrangements, red onions, tomatoes, conserves, wool, yarn and gifts.

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, Castleton, 477-6250. Local produce, pick-your-own apples on weekends.

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

Lindsey’s Country Store, Orchard: 267 Sugar Hill Road, Rexford, 371-5785; Store: 1537 Route 9, Clifton Park, 371-3100. lindseyscountrystore.com. Apples, pears, plums, sweet corn, baked goods, farm-raised hormone- and antibiotic-free beef and pork, pick-your-own apples September-October. Gift baskets and fresh-pressed ciders.

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

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. Open through October.

Schoharie Valley Farms, Carrot Barn, 5605 Route 30, Schoharie, 295-7139, schoharievalley farms.com. Fresh-picked seasonal vegetables, non-seasonal fruits and vegetables, greenhouse, pumpkins, pies and fixings.

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

Threshold Farm, 16 Summit St., Philmont, 672-5509. Organic, biodynamic apples; pears, and peaches.

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

 

Produce

The Berry Patch, 15589 NY 22, Stephentown, 733-1234, theberry patch.net. Low-spray vegetables, fruit and flowers, pick-your-own berries.

Black Horse Farms, Route 9W, Athens, 943-9324. Seasonal cut flowers and vegetables, with full bakery and gourmet foods.

Bulich Mushroom Co., 64 Green Point Road, Catskill, 943-3089. Untreated crimini, shiitake and button mushrooms.

Cornell Farms, Hoosick Falls, 528-8422. Vegetables, heirloom varieties. Cage-, hormone- and antibiotic-free eggs.

Davenport Farm, 3411 U.S. Highway 209, Stone Ridge, (845) 687-0051. Non-GMO sweet corn, homegrown tomatoes, peppers and other produce. Local apples and fresh cider.

Equinox Farm, 489 Bow Wow Road, Sheffield, Mass., (413) 229-2266. Mesclun, arugula, braising greens, spinach, large variety of microgreens, greenhouse cucumbers, greenhouse beefsteak tomatoes, black radishes, watermelon radishes, potatoes and garlic.

Free Bird Farm, 497 McKinley Road, Palatine Bridge, 673-8822. Garlic and other produce.

Fox Creek Farm, Fox Creek Farm Road, Gallupville, 872-2375. Organic garlic and produce.

George’s Farm, 240 Wade Road, Latham, 785-4210. Various seasonal vegetables.

Kleinke’s Farm, 96 Kenwood Ave., Glenmont, 439-5563. Naturally grown produce and herbs.

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

Medusa Meadows Farm, Medusa, (914) 329-2541. Vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Migliorelli Farm, 46 Freeborn Lane, Tivoli, (845) 757-3276. Various seasonal vegetables.

Oreshan Farms, Route 9, Latham, 785-0217. Seasonal vegetables, sweet corn, pumpkins.

Our Family’s Harvest, 245 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands, 768-2344. Retail outlet for Stanton’s Feura Farms seasonal produce.

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

Purple Gunder Farm, 1587 Helderberg Trail, Berne, 872-1383. Organic produce, garlic.

Staron’s Farm Stand, 4 Merwin Road, Valatie, 392-2920. Potatoes and other produce.

Taliaferro Farms, 187 Plains Road, New Paltz, (845) 256-1592. Seasonal produce.

 

Maple and Honey

Adirondack Maple Farms, 490 Persse Road, Fonda, 853-4022. Maple syrup and cream.

Cornell Farms, Hoosick Falls, 528-8422.  Maple syrup.

Lloyd Spear Beekeeper, Inc., 1309 Rugby Road, Schenectady, 370-4989. Raw and local honeys.

Mountain Winds Farm, 12 Williamson Road, Berne, 872-0513, mountainwinds farm.com. Maple syrup, maple cream, maple drops; also chicken and eggs.

Rulison Honey Farms, 237 Shellstone Road, Amsterdam, 843-1619. Honey.

 

Specialty

Andy’s Italian Food & Deli, 256 Delaware Ave., 463-2754, andyandsonsimports.com. Fifteen varieties of homemade gourmet pasta sauces; homemade sausages and cured meats; hot and cold subs; hot prepared meals for takeout; home-baked cookies and pastries; catering.

9 Miles East Farm, 136 Goff Road, Schuylerville, 9mileseast.com. Weekly delivery of prepared meals, cooked from peak-season produce grown on the farm and supplemented with local ingredients.

Beth’s Farm Kitchen, 504 County Route 46, Stuyvesant Falls, 799-3414. Variety of jams and chutneys.

Buddhapesto, Woodstock, 239-6593. buddhapesto.com. Fresh basil pesto, available at select farmers markets, food co-ops and health-food stores, or by online order.

Cardona’s Market, 340 Delaware Ave., Albany, 434-4838, cardonasmarket.com. Family-owned since 1945, featuring a butcher shop with all-natural beef, poultry and homemade sausage; a large variety of olives and cheeses; fresh produce; a deli with hot and cold sandwiches and hot prepared meals to go; homemade sauces, breads and desserts; catering.

Casa Visco, 819 Kings Road, Schenectady, 377-8814. Variety of pasta and pizza sauces available at various supermarkets, or through online ordering.

Champlain Valley Milling, 6679 Main St., Westport, 962-4711. Wide variety of organic flours.

Chutney Unlimited, 52 Pioneer St., Cooperstown, (607) 547-7272, chutneyunlimited.com. Various chutneys, salts and spices available at selects stores, co-ops and farmers markets, and online.

Dutch Desserts, Inc., Kinderhook, 758-8820, dutchdesserts.com. Dutch tarts, fruit and chocolate available at select farmers markets and online.

Fin, Star Plaza, 2050 Western Ave., Guilderland, 452-4565, finshops.com. Sustainable seafood fresh from the Boston Pier.

Hawthorne Valley Farms, 327 County Route 21C, Ghent, 672-4465, hawthornevalleyassociation.org. Lacto-fermented, biodynamic and organic vegetables and krauts available for delivery.

Hudson Valley Homestead, 102 Sheldon Lane, Craryville, 851-7336. Vinegars, condiments and dressings.

Lucky Chocolates, 115 Partition St., Saugerties, (845) 246-7337, luckychocolates.com. Fairly traded and organic chocolates and chocolate bars. Now with a full-service café and espresso bar. Visit the store or order online.

McEnroe Organic Farm, 194 Coleman Station Road, Millerton, 789-3252. Organic potting soils and compost.

Miss Sydney’s Secret Family Recipes, Feura Bush, (866) 215-3316, misssydneys.com. Marinades, sauces, chutney, available in select stores and supermarkets or online.

Moxie’s Llama Water Works, 469 Blue Factory Road, Averill Park, 283-4896. Distilled water.

Our Daily Eats, 340 Delaware Ave., Delmar, 368-7507, ourdailyeats.com. Specialty nuts, seeds, granola and pestos, available at select stores, food co-ops and farmers markets, and online.

Organic Nectars, Malden, (845) 246-0506, organicnectars.com. Multiple varieties of raw, vegan gelato, Italian ice, and sorbettos, available in select stores and supermarkets or online.

Saratoga Peanut Butter Co., Saratoga Springs, (888) 967-3268, yopeanut.com. Organic peanut butter blends.

Saratoga Salsa & Spice Company, 398 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, 580-0792, saratogasalsaandspice.com. Variety of salsas and spices, available in the store and online.

Saratoga Spring Water, 11 Geyser Road, Saratoga Springs, 584-6363, saratgoaspringwater.com. Spring-sourced sparkling and non-sparkling bottled waters, available in stores and online.

Tierra Farm, 2424 State Route 203, Valatie, 392-8300. Various organic nuts, nut butters, dried fruits, granolas, trail mixes, and coffees.

Vegan Creations, 1522 Sunset Road, Castleton, 479-5112. Seitan blocks and slices, vegan baked goods.

Wan Ja Shan, 4 Sand Station Road, Middletown, (845) 343-1505, wanjashan.com. Soy sauce.