Fostering an Equitable and Ecologically Resilient Food System in the Hudson Valley.

The Hudson Valley Farm Hub is a non-profit center for regenerative agriculture located on 1,500 acres of prime farmland in Hurley, NY. We provide professional farmer training, host and support agricultural research, and serve as an educational resource for advances in food and farming.

Latest News

What is the impact of vegetable production on the greenhouse gas exchange between soil and air? The Farm Hub and Cornell Cooperative Extension are collaborating on a research trial this question, and also uncovers solutions to reduce further emissions.

Growing No-till Melons

This past spring, the Farm Hub began growing melons (watermelons, cantaloupe, and a Charentais-type specialty melon) inspired by feedback from colleagues working in the emergency food system. Our production team also used this opportunity to experiment with growing melons in a no-till system.

Reflections on the growing season

Over the course of the 2021 season, we grew a variety of vegetables, field crops, and cover crops across the farm. Production included edible dry beans, small grains, spring canola, and corn varieties produced for community food initiatives including tortilla trials. Learn more about the 2021 season in this feature by Farm Manager Jeff Arnold.

Click here to access the Farm Hub weather station dashboard.
You can also find our weather station as well as crop production tools and IPM forecasts on the Network for Environment and Weather Applications (NEWA).

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