Resources and information on access to low-cost food, farming in partnership with nature, and helping farmers successfully grow food in New York.

Language Justice

Latest Resource

The “Introductory Language Justice Guide: A Resource for Emerging LJ Interpreters and Community” is a 35-page guide that includes tips, strategies, templates and mentorship information on supporting beginning interpreters and much more on how to create a thriving bilingual space in person and virtually. 

Language Justice Equipment Library

As of June 2022, the Equipment Lending Library, led by our Language Justice Program, is open to community organizations in the region. Any organization seeking interpretation and to create a more bilingual space can check out equipment by filling out this form.

Learn more about the Language Justice Program here.

Spanish-English Glossaries

The following glossaries were created for internal and external events and meetings for Spanish-English interpretation by the Language Justice Team.

What's Growing Maps

View the crop maps below to see the development of Farm Hub production throughout the years.

Community Food

Community Food focuses on increasing access to healthy and fresh food to communities in the Hudson Valley, especially those that are underserved. Below is a list of initiatives that we support or have partnered on with other community organizations..

Ag and Education

Agricultural Education & Training offers career development opportunities through on-farm apprenticeship, workshops and events. Below are a list of resources that we support or are involved with.

Agronomic Research

Research and Demonstration partners with academic institutions and educators to conduct in-field research around issues of importance to the farming community. One of the flagship research initiatives is the small grains trials: since 2013, the Farm Hub has partnered with Cornell University and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County to gather data on a variety of grains and share their findings with area farmers interested in adding grains into their rotations and moving into the local grains market.

Applied Farmscape Ecology Program

Applied farmscape ecology explores the interactions between farming and wild nature by examining two related questions: How can on-farm habitat conservation or creation help support regional biodiversity? And, how can such conservation or creation contribute to farm production?