Sponsors

All proceeds from the Fire Feast go toward our various farm programs. We'd like to thank all of our sponsors for their support!

Local Producers

Vegetables & Fruit

Pitney Meadows Community Farm

Hand Melon Farm

Greenwich, NY

A 425 acre working farm in the heart of Washington County, just outside of Saratoga Springs, NY. Near our farm, the British surrendered during the Battle of Saratoga in 1777, marking a turning point in the Revolutionary War.

Saratoga Apple

Schuylerville, NY

Saratoga Apple is family owned and operated.  The Darrows have been growing apples for 5 generations.  We grow our apples with great care, using low-spray techniques and micronutrient fertilization, including sea minerals and rock dusts.

Mariaville Mushroom

The Mushroom Men first got their start when our founder, Bobby was gifted a mushroom book back in the beginning of 2012. Prior to this, there was much lead up to this career choice, almost as if the world of mushrooms was destined to be his future. Bobby had grown up on his parents Black Angus farm and was passionate about farming since the first time he showed animals in the local county fair at the age of eight. Through out his teenage years, he showed cattle, chicken, rabbits and sheep and used his admiration of agriculture to improve his families breeding stock while also inspiring his brothers Johnny and Billy to share in his new found love. After high school, Bobby knew he had the desire to study science and to try to help the world. He was accepted to college to study pharmacy and for the first time, he saw that the field of medicine may be the perfect answer to his career path. Yet in the back of his mind he knew this was still just a stepping stone to funding his own farm one day.

 

Beverages

Old Tavern Farm Winery
Saratoga Springs, NY

Old Tavern Farm Winery is an extension of Old Tavern Farm, our family farm focused on the breeding and sale of thoroughbreds, competing at the highest level of racing. With every bottle telling a story about life on the farm, we are working hand-in-hand with impassioned growers and winemakers to create enjoyable wines. All of our wines are vinted and bottled on our farm in Saratoga Springs, NY.

One With Life Organic Tequila

Saratoga Springs, NY

One With Life Organic Tequila is a Registered New York Woman Owned and Operated Business. Our award winning, certified organic tequila is handcrafted in small batches from 100% blue agave, with no additives, colorants, or preservatives. It is made in a 300 year old, family owned farm and distillery in Jalisco, Mexico. The agave is grown without chemical fertilizers or repellents. They allow the agave to mature 8 - 9 years for a sweeter taste. The agave is cooked in a 300 year old clay oven, not a stainless steel autoclave for more authenticity. It is fermented using traditional wild yeast fermentation, no yeast is added. These traditional growing and distilling practices give OWL Tequila a smooth finish with no harsh bite.

Meat & Seafood

Moby Rick's Seafood

Saratoga Springs, NY

Third generation fisherman bringing fresh fish and seafood from Long Island and wherever else we can get great fresh products from us to you. We offer fresh fish and seafood delicacies brought in from the warfs in Long Island and Boston. We also have a variety of cooked entrees for take out. We have the freshest fish in 518!

 
Argyle, NY
In this quiet corner of upstate New York, our herd of Angus cattle roams over pastures on our 300 acre farm. Their only diet is grass from our pastures and, in winter, hay from our fields. No antibiotics, or hormones or genetically modified feed are ever given to our animals. Our ‘pasture-based’ farming is environmentally sustainable. Since the animals are born and raised on our farm, we have 100% traceability. Mack Brook Farm is proud to have earned both the Animal Welfare Approved and American Grassfed certifications. You can enjoy our great tasting beef with the confidence that our animals are raised humanely.
Kevin Jablonski and Karen Christensen, Owners
 
Greenwich, NY
It is important to us to use practices that are good for the health of the animals, the land and the people. We manage our pastures organically and do not use herbicides or pesticides on the farm. We are working to develop regenerative system where each aspect helps the next. The cows eat the grass, the grass grows a better root system, the chickens follow the cows to eat the bugs and so on. The pigs forage the forest and make room for new wild plants to grow. All of them help us with weed control and add nutrients. It is not perfect but we are striving to a more cohesive system each day. 
 
Hudson, NY

At Elihu Farm, we've been passionate about pasture since 1986. We farm 150 scenic acres in southern Washington County, New York, produce healthy lambs and eggs all year round; increasing duckling supply now, and are planning for geese again. Our sheep have won many awards, as have our fleeces, which are spectacular for hand spinning.

Our sustainable husbandry yields healthful meat, with wonderful flavor and texture. Our freshest eggs have colorful yolks, thick whites, and excellent flavor. Ducks and geese are delish. Elihu Farm will be protected “Farmland Forever”, by easement to the Agricultural Stewardship Association. Our marsh is permanently in the Federal Wetlands Reserve.

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