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 […]

Celeriac: Calypso’s favorite hypocotyl

Celeriac, aka celery root, is the star of this week’s CSA vegetable feature. But we’re not employing shameless clickbait — Homer does mention the humble plant in a steamy stretch of his mildly popular epic (Book […]

Glynwood History: Community Through Collaboration

“Farming can be a slightly lonely existence. We can often be a fragmented industry, looking at our fellow farmers as competitors instead of allies. But because we face many of the same challenges, collaborating is so […]

Regional Food: Kitchen Cultivars Mid-Term Report

Now in its third year, Kitchen Cultivars focuses on seeds, the fundamental resource for Hudson Valley farming. In partnership with Seedshed, we have been facilitating collaboration among farmers and culinary professionals to increase the planting and […]

Glynwood History: Building a Working Farm

“We realized that the farm at Glynwood would continue being of ever greater importance as a place where we could learn firsthand about the problems facing other producers,” says Judith LaBelle, Glynwood’s first president.  “In order […]

Farmer Training: NOFA Summer Conference

Sitting outside the main tent at the tail end of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) conference, I had the chance to watch the departing attendees say their goodbyes and leave Hampshire College’s campus.  Going into […]

Regional Food: Cider Culture

The Hudson Valley is home to New York’s oldest and warmest orchards. The region was the original bread basket for the growing metropolis at its mouth and loamy rocky soils proved excellent for apple cultivation. The […]

Making History

Last year, we embarked on a special project that, surprisingly, had never been done before: a comprehensive historical survey of our founding family and the property which they had the foresight to preserve as an agricultural […]