Hudson Valley Bounty Helps People Find and Support Locally Produced Food
Info about more than 300 local farms and producers, 250 restaurants and 29 markets.
Todd Earling, Mary Ann Johnson & Kristin Rocco of Hudson Valley Bounty
Hudson Valley Bounty is an organization that aims to support the preservation of local farms by promoting the purchase and use of local sustainable foods and products throughout the region. Information about more than 300 local farms and producers, 250 restaurants and 29 markets can be found at HudsonValleyBounty.com, a resource for residents of Columbia, Orange, Ulster, Sullivan, Dutchess, Rockland, Putnam and Westchester counties.
The information presented by Hudson Valley Bounty extends beyond farms and orchards to include wineries, breweries, distillers, and producers of specialty sauces, juices, syrups and honeys. Farms offering Christmas trees and flowers for cutting are also featured. Hudson Valley Bounty works diligently to promote, foster and support connections between local agricultural producers and culinary businesses, teaming farms with chefs at area restaurants and institutions. Through such special events as the annual Taste of the Hudson Valley, The Art of Local, and the Chili Fest, Hudson Valley Bounty presents member farms, producers and restaurants to the general public.
For more information visit HudsonValleyBounty.com.