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Getting Back to Our Roots (Rural Intelligence)
The past week of warmth and sunshine might have made you think that winterís far, far off, but a trip to the farm stand will fill you in...
Rural Intelligence Article >

Down to Earth Calendar for 2009
Featuring the farmers of Columbia County, a stunning collection of portraits and agricultural scenery, celebrating the lives and work of the people who are keeping farming alive in this still-rural corner of the Hudson Valley...
Order from Katchkie Farms Website >

Farm at Miller's Crossing Joins Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program
(Fresh Food for All)
This program, similar to the community based CSA program model, serves to connect farmers with low income neighborhoods to provide farm fresh produce to emergency food programs...Read more >

The Importance of Grassfed Meat
(Chris Cashen and Katie Smith)
Our farm has been producing organic beef from our own herd for the past 7 years. Our beef animals graze on pasture from April through November, and are fed our own organically grown hay through the winter...Read more >

Old Fashioned Organic Truck Farming for the 21st Century (Guido's Fresh Marketplace)
Katie and Chris are "truck farmers," meaning that they transport their products to sale destinations by themselves. On the wholesale level, they bring their vegetables to large hubs, such as the market in Menands, New York, or to individual wholesale customers throughout the region...Read more >