Pitney Meadows Community Farm is 501(c)(3) community-based, nonprofit organization. Your contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Our tax ID number is 81-2724904. Copies of annual filings are available from the NYS Attorney General Charities Bureau, 28 Liberty St, New York, NY 10005 or by phone at (212)-416-8250.
We had our last crew-assisted harvest a few weeks ago- some delicious crunchy carrots, sweetened perfectly by the cold snaps that we had been having. This year's farm crew was effortlessly amazing! Through our many challenges we faced, our farm crew persevered and aided our efforts in making sure this farm can continue to grow fresh, nutritious food to share with generations to come. Maddi, Remi and Kate, thank you so much for all your hard work, we will miss you! ... See MoreSee Less
Hop City Maple is a small, family owned farm located in Ballston Spa, NY. John & Emilia Medicik, along with their 3 children, launched Hop City Maple in Fall of 2021. They follow strict sustainability practices in order to be good stewards of the trees they tap & place a high value on family- whether that be their kids, family, friends or customers! Pitney Meadows proudly carries their maple syrup, bourbon maple syrup & maple cream in the Farm Stand. Stop on by and try some of the regions most delicious syrup!
Can you imagine a world without supermarkets? Where all of the fruits and vegetables people eat are grown in their own gardens or by their neighbors? This is the time of year when the growing season draws to an end in the northern hemisphere, the time when pantries are filled with things there won’t be more of in this part of the world until next year. It is a time for celebration, reflection & giving thanks. People around the world and through time have celebrated the harvest with dances, feasts, artwork, architecture and pageantry. For many cultures, harvest celebrations are central to collective identity. How do you think the timing of the harvest season changes depending on where people live?
Join us tonight at 4pm for our last Wondering Wandering Wednesday event where we celebrate our harvest and the end of the season!