By Sara Grady, Vice President of Programs “Solving the problem of agriculture can solve so many problems of our time – that’s why I got in it, why I stay in it, and why I love […]
By Jarret Nelson, Vegetable Production Manager In addition to being Glynwood’s vegetable farmer I serve on the Hudson Valley CSA Coalition Leadership Committee, and if you have spent anytime on social media the last few weeks […]
Last month, Glynwood welcomed our 2018 vegetable apprentices to the farm: Anthony Post and Leslie Lewis. Anthony and Leslie will be in residence at Glynwood through November, during which time they will participate in a comprehensive […]
Glynwood hosted a Soil Intensive for an audience of twenty-five regional farmers on March 23rd. The Intensive was less workshop-oriented and instead emphasized farmer-to-farmer exchange on a handful of subtopics in soils.
— by Sam Devine, Glynwood Vegetable Apprentice Crew Leader Here at Glynwood we grow our vegetables according to USDA organic standards, which means that we don’t use the broad-spectrum herbicides (or the genetically modified crops that […]
The Glynwood you know has two well-developed enterprises in its livestock and vegetable operations. We plan to add agroforestry to the mix, but not before leaning on our network for expertise and evaluating our land use strategy to ensure the success of new enterprises.
Though the fields are blanketed in snow, Hudson Valley farmers are busy getting ready for the harvests that are just around the corner. One of the best ways to ensure a steady stream of farm-fresh bounty in your own home is to join a CSA. If you’re new to the idea of Community Supported Agriculture, and want to find the perfect farm for you, then don’t miss the Hudson Valley CSA Coalition’s upcoming CSA Fairs.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]