Gleaning Opportunities Wanted
Capital Roots is looking for fruit and vegetable growers that are willing to host gleanings. The Squash Hunger program at Capital Roots collects and distributes donated produce to local pantries, shelters, and soup kitchens throughout the Capital Region. Your surplus produce is going to a good cause and all donations are eligible for a tax deduction. Also, your farm’s liability is protected under the Good Samaritan Donation Act. If you are interested in gleaning or donating already harvested produce, please call Elizabeth Burrichter at 518-274-8685 ext. 115 or email email@example.com
house mate wanted at community farm
White Pine Community Farm in Wingdale seeks housemate to join 2 farmers, an artist and her half-time resident middle-schooler and high-schooler. Community residential experience preferred. Private BR; 3 BA, vegan-friendly kitchen, 1820s farmhouse, 40 acres, woodland. Historic, full-size barn. Farm grows herbs, vegetables, sells locally, in Bronx, Brooklyn, food-justice projects. Mushrooms soon; further crops, livestock next year. Our history: http://wassaiccommunityfarm.com/ Two indoor kittens. Dogs welcome. Yurt & tiny house available for guests or night out. Located near former Webatuck Craft Village. Walk 10 min to Appalachian Trail, Ten Mile River. Three mi from train to NYC, bus to Poughkeepsie. You: enjoy living with farmers, herbalists, artists, musicians, a family. Rent: $400 a month plus shared heat, electric, phone, InternetPlease include your relevant residential experience in reply.
Registered American Milking Devon Cows
Registered American Milking Devon Cows for sale. Central NY. 100% grass fed, organically raised. Harrier Fields Velvet Rex line. Heifers ready to breed. Improve your land with rotational grazing. Easily controlled with electric fencing. One cow will produce enough compost to grow vegetables for a family and supply you with dairy products. More info on this beautiful, rare breed at www.milkingdevons.org. 607-693-3378 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info/photos