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Organic & Natural Foods

"Giving You Farmstand Quality Every Day” There are four Adams stores around the Hudson River Valley – in Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Wappinger and Newburgh – and we are always up to new tricks. Every week in every store there are new products, new tastes and new sale items. We keep it fresh, we keep it cheerful and if you can’t find something, please ask. Every Adams employee is eager to make your shopping experience easy, worthwhile and fun.

Open 7 Days 8:00am -8:00pm. We were created by and for families in the Berkshires to bring real food to our friends and neighbors. Everything we sell is thoughtfully chosen, so you can rest assured that it's good for you and for our community.

(413) 528.9697
42 Bridge Street, Great Barrington MA

FOUR WINDS FARM is a 24 acre diversified organic farm located in Gardiner, in southern Ulster County, of which 4 acres are used to grow vegetables, primarily heirloom and open pollinated varieties for better flavor and for seed saving. The remainder is used to raise beef, which supply us generously with natural fertilizer. Our farm-generated manure compost allows us to grow vegetables using a method that is very different from conventional farms. We do not plow or rototill our soil. Instead, we have permanent beds throughout the farm. We lay our compost on top of the beds and plant into the compost. This gives us a weed free environment to grow our vegetables.

There are many other benefits to not tilling the soil. A very important one is that we are able to store carbon in the soil, giving us a high soil organic matter environment. Our soil organic matter is between 8 and 10 percent. The higher percentage of organic matter allows the soil to hold more water, thereby cutting down on water runoff issues during heavy rains and holding more moisture during dry periods. Other benefits of not tilling is that we can grow more vegetables in a smaller space and maintain biodiversity both within the soil and on land. Perhaps the most important benefit is that our vegetables taste better. It makes sense. Plants growing in a rich, biodiverse soil are going to be healthy plants, and that health is what you taste. So come visit us at one of the Farmer’s Markets we attend and experience the difference.

PRODUCTS:
Organic Vegetables especially Heirloom Tomatoes
Heirloom Seedlings
Grass-fed Beef
Organic Pasture-raised Chicken

(845) 255-3088
158 Marabac Road, Gardiner NY

Hardeman Orchards carries on the tradition of the family farm. It is located in Red Hook, New York, in the heart of the Hudson River Valley. This region is known world-wide for its prime orchard sites and agricultural heritage. Hardeman Orchards encompasses a working farm that includes wedding venues, an event barn, and a farmhouse rental.

The Farm: Hardeman Farm has been family owned and operated since 1985. The lands include abundant apple orchards, lush fields, cultivated peaches, plums, corn, pumpkins, vegetables, and hay. There is a seasonal farm market with fresh apple cider donuts, cider, local meats, ice cream, eggs, honey, fruits, vegetables, and more. We do pick your own apples and pumpkins with a free hay ride!

Barn Events: Join us for a fun filled evening of live music and dancing in our dutch colonial barn! We host public barn concerts that include music, good food, and spirits for the community to come together and enjoy. Our barn is also available to rent for events: weddings, bridal parties, graduation parties, baby showers, birthday parties, work parties, you name it!

845-656-8538
193 West Market St, Red Hook NY
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Our production methods are really just a large-scale version of an old family recipe. Hookline owner Skip Card grew up in Tacoma, Wash., where his father regularly caught salmon in Puget Sound. Smoking salmon in a simple backyard smoker was just a way to use up the surplus catch, but the delicious results were a smash hit with friends and family. Skip learned from his father and took the recipe with him when he moved to New York. New Yorkers raised on lox and nova raved about Skip’s Northwest-style smoked fish, and a backyard hobby evolved into a business.

We start with the world’s finest Atlantic salmon, raised without antibiotics or added growth hormones. Fresh (never frozen) salmon fillets are packed in ice and flown from the Faroe Islands to New York’s New Fulton Fish Market in The Bronx, then transported to the Hookline smokehouse near West Hurley, NY. We remove all bones, cut the salmon to portion sizes and soak the pieces overnight in a simple brine of cold water, kosher salt and light brown sugar.

In the morning, the salmon pieces are allowed to air-cure for two hours to allow a sticky “pellicle” to form on the salmon’s flesh. When perfectly cured, the fish goes into smokers not much bigger than a standard oven. Northwest alder wood, ground into small chips, is placed in the hottest part of the smokers, where it billows into a thick smoke that flavors and colors the fish. Because the salmon was pre-cut to portion sizes, smoke surrounds the fish on all sides. The pellicle seals in moisture and helps the salmon absorb just the right amount of smoke, color and flavor.

The fish sits in the smokers for five hours, slowly smoking and roasting, until the internal temperature reaches at least 145 degrees. This is the “hot” in hot-smoked salmon. (Apologies if you thought it would be spicy.) Once the salmon is done to Skip’s satisfaction – in other words, when it’s perfect – the pieces are removed from the smokers and quickly cooled to 38 degrees.

917-771-6648
Gourmet Row, 906 State Route 28, Kingston NY

The Outdoor Market runs every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wall St. between John St. and Main St. in Kingston, NY, May through Nov. The Winter Market runs every other Saturday from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Inside the Old Dutch Church located at 272 Wall Street, Dec through Apr.

272 Wall Street, Kingston NY
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Locust Grove U-Pick & Farm Stand at Locust Grove Fruit Farm
199 North Road, Milton NY
U-Pick Wednesday - Friday: Hours 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Heart of the Hudson Valley Farmers Market
Cluett Schantz Park, 1801-1805 Route 9W, Milton NY 12547
Saturdays June 24 - Mid-October
Market Hours: 9:00am - 2:00pm

Warwick Valley Farmers Market
South Street and Bank St, Warwick, New York, NY 10990
Sundays, June - Thanksgiving
Market Hours: 9:00am - 2:00pm

The Kents have been farming the fields of Locust Grove Fruit Farm for seven generations. Originally ship builders, the first Kents decided to trade in their tools to till the land of the family homestead. Locust Grove Fruit Farm began its life in 1820. Overlooking the Hudson River Valley, the Kent's farm offers a perfect location for orchard fruit. Well drained soils and a temperate climate offer optimal conditions to produce a variety of fruits and vegetables. Today three generations of Kents work the farm.  James and Helen, with their sons Chip and Jim Jr., along with Chip’s family, carefully tend the fields and orchards of Locust Grove Fruit Farm to bring  you the freshest produce the Hudson Valley has to offer!

845-795-5194
199 North Road, Milton NY
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With three locations in the New York Hudson Valley Region (Kingston, Poughkeepsie and Saugerties), Mother Earth's Storehouse is committed to providing the best high quality, organic and natural products in the region.

KINGSTON: 300 Kings Mall Ct. Kingston, NY 12401 845-336-5541

POUGHKEEPSIE: 1955 South Rd. Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 845-296-1069

SAUGERTIES: 249 Main St. Saugerties, NY 12477 845-246-9614

Take a culinary trip around the world. Experience everyday world cuisine, gathered off the beaten path, from friendly locals, street food vendors, and exotic markets.

845-834-2363
690 New Paltz Rd, Highland NY
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2018 Outdoor Market Opening Day-Mother's Day May 13th. Every Sunday 10am-2pm Rain or Shine. Outdoor market ends November 18th. Our vendors provide a diverse and unique selection of farm fresh products including fruits and vegetables, beef, pork, lamb, venison, buffalo, fish, chicken, turkey, duck, pheasant, rabbit, eggs from chicken, duck, turkey and pheasant, goat, cow and sheep's milk cheeses, dairy, honey, juices, jams, flowers & plants, smoked products and much more. A full schedule of special events highlights the bounty of the seasons with chef demonstrations, tastings, recipes, childrens' activities, free live music and more.

PO Box 431, Rhinebeck NY
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