Meet our 2018 Livestock Apprentices

On Monday, February 5th, Glynwood welcomed our 2018 livestock apprentices to the farm: Johanna Boltja Bartz and Kama Doucoure. Over the next ten months, Jo and Kama will be an integral part of the farm, learning […]

The Trials and Tribulations of Finding the Perfect Seed

By Jarret Nelson, Vegetable Production Manager at Glynwood Photos from this year’s seed trials, as part of Kitchen Cultivars. As Glynwood’s vegetable farmer, I spend a lot of time during the winter months carefully selecting the […]

Partner Spotlight: Something Good in the World

Over the past eight years, Glynwood has been proud to partner with the independent nonprofit Something Good in the World (SGITW) by serving as a teaching venue for SGITW’s farm-based education programs.  Thanks to our collaboration […]

Hudson Valley CSA Coalition: 2017 Recap and 2018 Preview

Last year saw the launch of the Hudson Valley CSA Coalition, a new network of regional CSA farms facilitated by Glynwood, and in 2018 we look forward to developing and deepening this work. On December 5th, […]

Multiflora Rose: Unmanageable Blight or Beneficial Landscape Feature?

Multiflora Rose: Unmanageable blight on the agricultural landscape or beneficial landscape feature? Glynwood encouraged to resist the urge to ‘control’ and instead manage for the maximization of ecosystem services and benefits to wildlife of special concern. […]

Always Evolving: Dave Llewellyn Celebrates Ten Years at Glynwood

Today, Dave’s title is Director of Farm Stewardship, but as Head Gardener back in 2007, one of Dave’s first evolutions was growing Glynwood’s seasonal CSA from 15 members its first season to a robust 160 household, year-round operation, today.

New Face on the Farm: Glynwood Welcomes New Livestock Assistant

How did a Vassar alum, with a degree in art history and religion, come to join Glynwood’s team this month as our new Livestock Assistant?  From the very start, Grace Mooney cut her own “herd-path.”

Immersive Agro-Culinary Experiences with Evan Hanczor

    Q: This is your 4th annual farm dinner with Glynwood, the 3rd where goat is featured on the menu. Why is the “theme” of goat as a sustainable alternative to more popular meats meaningful […]

Soil Health Field Day 2017

On a warm, sunny day in late summer, Glynwood hosted its second annual Soil Health Field Day at its Farm Business Incubator property in New Paltz, New York. With support from a Sustainable Agriculture Research and […]

The Antidote: A message from our President

  We have reached a point in history where human activity has transformed most of the terrestrial surface of the earth. In response to this, land conservation is one way to ensure natural systems have the resilience […]