In Brief Spring 2022

Learn about the many other happenings behind the scenes at the Farm Hub. This “In Brief” includes remembering a beloved tree on the farm; an art show that showcases food and farming; a pop-up restaurant led by youth from the Kingston YMCA Farm Project; NYS Grown & Certified; Farmscape Ecology Screenings; and more.

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Meet Bob Miller

Bob Miller combines a passion for birding, photography and bird monitoring at the Farm Hub. As part of the Applied Farmscape Ecology Program he is a volunteer bird surveyor.

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Challenges and Opportunities

Spring brings heightened activity on a farm and with it, renewed hope and anticipation.  At the same time, we are all too aware of how the pandemic has exacerbated challenges already faced by farmers. 

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Celebrating Lenape Heritage through Art

“Lenapehoking,” the first ever Lenape-curated exhibition in New York City, launched earlier this year at the Brooklyn Public Library. Artworks include beaded bandolier bags and tapestries made of Purple Kingsessing Bean vines, pods, and seeds that are part of a seed rematriation partnership between The Lenape Center and Hudson Valley Farm Hub.

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Conversation with Joe Baker

Joe Baker recently curated “Lenapehoking,” the first Lenape-curated exhibition of its kind in New York City. The Exhibition opened at The Brooklyn Public Library on June 28, 2022 and runs through April 30.

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Building a Well-Oiled Machine

The Farm Hub’s farmer mechanic basics program launched this winter. The course was taught by a variety of instructors including members of the Farm Hub’s production team along with farmers in the region

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Greenhouse Production

A range of microgreens sparkle and shimmer inside the greenhouses over the winter, marking the fourth year of year-round farming. This photo gallery celebrates the vegetable team staff who spend the winter focused on greenhouse production. View the gallery here.

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