Photo Credit: Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing From eating and drinking locally to sustainable farming to simply enjoying the great outdoors, there are so many ways we can travel and explore in an eco-friendly way across the region. Our environment is an ever-present topic and something we care deeply about, as agritourism is rooted in nature itself. We love to support partners with a focus on sustainability whenever possible and we know the rest of you

Above Photo: Terhune Orchards Even though summer seems to be passing by in the blink of an eye this time of year, there is still so much to see and do these final warm weekends of freedom! From farm dinners to alpaca visits to wine tasting to distillery tours, escape for a special agritourism weekend with family and friends before fall creeps in. Need some ideas? We got you. Visit Central New Jersey for farm

Chef Paul demos one of our favorite lunches at Fulton Stall Market – a grilled cheese sandwich made with Cabot Cheese and a hearty tomato bisque soup! TOMATO BISQUE RECIPE: 1/2 cup of butter 3 cups of chopped onions 1 cup of chopped celery 2 tsp allspice 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp nutmeg 1/2 cup of rice flour 3 – 28-oz cans of tomatoes 1 tbsp of baking soda 4 cups of half & half

The free virtual expo honors and celebrates women-owned farms and businesses in the food, farming and craft beverage industries and provides resources to women entrepreneurs. BROOKLYN, NY – June 14, 2021 – If you missed last month’s Women in Food & Farming Festival, a hybrid event that drew hundreds of people online and in person to Hudson Valley’s Stone Ridge Orchard, there is still an opportunity to celebrate, learn and get inspired at the Northeast

To celebrate all of the wonderful women producers, farmers and entrepreneurs at Fulton Stall Market, check out the first episode in their new video series, “Edible InSTALLments”! This episode is all about the women producers that make up Fulton Stall Market. Featuring Beth Litt of Brittle and Beyond, Annette Davis of Pudding Pan Desserts, Margot Reiss “The Soup Lady” of Kitchen 36, and FSM board member and founder of Beth’s Farm Kitchen Beth Linskey! Now

Discover delicious local apples from 4th generation owner/operator of Hudson River Fruit Distributors, one of the largest east coast apple grower, packers & shippers and a grower of  the new RubyFrost and SnapDragon apple varieties.   Watch videos above: 11 minutes BIO: Alisha Albinder-Camac is the 4th generation owner/operation of Hudson River Fruit Distributors, one of the largest east coast apple Grower, packers & Shippers. She has worked in the industry for over 10 years

Watch video above: 3 minutes Cindy List, Owner, Redhead Hot Sauce  Owner and one-woman show at Redhead Hot Sauce, Cindy List offers words of wisdom and encouragement for other women entrepreneurs. BIO: Cindy is a New York City hairstylist and makeup artist who has been making hot sauce and sharing it with friends for over a decade. The recipe for Redhead Hot Sauce originated from those years of experimentation in her Brooklyn kitchen with chilis from my

Watch video above: 13 minutes Hosts of the “Farm Report,” “What Doesn’t Kill You,” and “Eating Matters” radio shows on the Heritage Radio Network, Lisa Held, Katy Keiffer & Jenna Liut share their top tips for pitching your story to broadcasters and creative angles to target your audience over the air waves. BIOS: Lisa Held, Host of “The Farm Report“, Heritage Radio Network Lisa Elaine Held is a journalist with a primary focus on covering food and agriculture. Her expertise

Watch video above: 12 minutes Creator & Chief Content Director, From Farms to Incubators Amy Wu spent over two decades as an investigative reporter at outlets including USA Today, reporting on agriculture and agtech. In 2021, she was named by Food Tank as one of “27 Inspiring Women Reshaping the Food System.” Join Amy for an inspiring talk on Women in AgTech and her new book due out in May. BIO: Buy Amy’s new book

Watch video above: 40 minutes Owner & Operator, Shelterbelt Farm  Finger Lakes farmer, Erica Frenay, shares her foray into hosting overnight guests in two furnished glamping tents. By covering topics including zoning, pricing, insurance, guest amenities and more, you’ll leave feeling more equipped to make a decision about whether adding lodging is the right decision for you. BIO: Erica Frenay is the owner/operator of Shelterbelt Farm, a small farm near Ithaca, NY producing grass-fed lamb and