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The following column appeared in the October 5-11, 2o11 edition of the Hudson Valley News . Many of us who are blessed to live in the Hudson Valley especially enjoy living here because of the proximity to working farms. We love … Continue reading
The Hudson Valley has long been fertile ground, not only for agriculture, but also for innovators. Think IBM, but also think Shakers, Samuel F.B. Morse, Thomas Cole, and many more. So it’s not completely surprising that what many consider the … Continue reading
You’ve joined a CSA (and have learned to prepare vegetables you’d never even heard of five years ago). You frequent the weekly Farmer’s Market, not just in your town, but in the surrounding towns. You know the local farms and … Continue reading
Watching the end of the NY State Legislative session I had run last November to be part of has been an interesting experience … Maybe “it’s complicated” would be a more appropriate description, but “interesting” will have to suffice. The good … Continue reading