WHAT'S NEW IN LOCAL FOOD & PRODUCTS
That $25 Locally Raised Chicken is More Economical Than...

By Tim Rowland - Curtiss Hemm thinks about food in ways that others don't. Along with being a chef, he is a food instructor, food economist and food anthropologist. The Rumplestiltsken of chicken, he can spin a single bird into $188 worth of...

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Adirondack Harvest Challenge Accepted! Meet the Winners

On Saturday, September 19 we hosted the Adirondack Harvest Festival. Due to COVID-19 precautions we took the opportunity for a new format for the annual festival, and went "Free Range" with online and self-guided in-person activities including a...

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Prairie's Orchard Joins Blossoming NYS Apple Growers

New York is the nation's second-largest apple producing state. With more than 10 million trees, our roughly 600 commercial apple growers produce, on average, 29.5 million bushels of apples annually. And they grow more varieties than producers in...

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ON THE SCENE: Local Food a Staple at Bark Eater Inn...

The Bark Eater Inn - founded by former winter Olympian, polo promoter and raconteur Joe Pete Wilson Sr. - is in good hands. Like Wilson, current managers Meghan Kirkpatrick and Tyler Nichols love the land, serving good food and making their...

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SAVOR THE SEASON: Adirondack Harvest Pivots to Help...

Adirondack Harvest helps people find farm-fresh food and local products, which has become more of a challenge during the coronavirus pandemic. In June, as more and more North Country residents and visitors were connecting with local food...

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Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival Offers Some Sheer Delights

Fiber crafters flocked to the Adirondack Wool & Arts Festival Saturday when the Washington County Fairgrounds hosted its first in-person weekend event since last year. Mary Jean Packer, owner of Battenkill Fibers Carding and Spinning...

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Snowy Grocery Moves to Online Pre-Order Format

SNO GRO'S BACK! This Sunday marks the first Snowy Grocery of the fall/winter season. This year, in an effort to keep ourselves and our community healthy, we will be moving to a pre-order and pick-up only model. Follow this link for...

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Working Together for Healthier Schools, Healthier...

For the last five years, the North Country Healthy Heart Network's Creating Healthy Schools and Communities program has worked with partners across Franklin County to increase access to...

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Saranac Lake Farmers' Park-It

The order form is live for the first Saranac Lake Farmers' Park-It of the season! Order online by Thursday at 9pm and pick up your orders from your car between 10am and noon on Saturday. Click here to place...

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Bark Eater Inn

The Bark Eater Inn is a farm to table bed & breakfast, wedding venue, retreat center, and event space that's nestled on 200 acres in the heart of the high peaks. We grow our own produce in our greenhouse and 1/4 acre garden, raise our own hens...

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EAT LOCAL INSPIRATION
Maple-Roasted Delicata Squash with Red Onion

Delicata squash is in season! Delicata is a sweet and tender squash that falls somewhere between a winter squash and a summer squash with edible skin. This simple recipe calls for roasting the squash with red onion, olive oil and maple syrup.

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Happy Harvest Season

During the harvest season, join us in a moment of gratitude for the hard work and commitment of our neighbors that bring local food and products to our communities. You can still meet some of the incredible makers in our online tours and interactive exhibits from our 2020 Free Range Adirondack Harvest Festival.


Thank you,

Laurie Davis
518-962-4810 ext.404
lsd22@cornell.edu
This bulletin is distributed by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Essex County in support of 
youth, families and the agricultural community of Essex County. 
 
Cornell Cooperative Extension is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals and Disabilities and provides equal program and employment opportunities.