Chris Welch, a maple syrup producer from Riverside Maple Farm in Glenville, NY explains how sap from his 3,000-4,000 taps is made in to maple syrup.Read More
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It’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean that you have to go without locally sourced products! The Capital Region is full of local artists and farmers who bring their seasonally-appropriate goods to farmers markets all throughout the year to provide our region with the best local goods all year round. While outdoor farmers markets are often associated with the beautiful rainbow of fresh fruits and vegetables, an indoor market holds the same value, even if you won’t be able to [...]Read More
The Grippin Family talks about how they make maple syrup on their farm in Berne, NY.Read More
In New York, March oftentimes still feels pretty dreary. However, that doesn’t mean that fresh produce isn’t to be found! Despite our cool temperatures, there are some produce items that are in-season in March. Here are just some: Chives: If you’re looking for a little bit of extra flavor in your meal, give these a try! Horseradish: Used in some religious meals, horseradish can be used to spice up a variety of dishes. Mushrooms: Several varieties of mushrooms can [...]Read More