Fresh, non-GMO, pesticide-free locally grown food is now available at new distribution points in Warren County — including North Creek, Warrensburg and Glens Falls — through the Farm Share program.
Mission statement adopted
A group working to create a community food co-op in Ticonderoga has adopted a mission statement and plans to formalize committees. The group will meet again Monday, April 29, at 6 p.m. at the Downtown Gallery on Montcalm Street. Meetings are open to all interested people.
The North River Hobby Farm will reopen in May for its second season, offering picnic foods, flowers, honey, local produce and Saturday night “farm to table” dinner buffets.
Camp kitchen to focus on local foods
Dan Stromberg recently joined the staff in the new position.
Every year. celebrity chef Rachael Ray — Lake George High School's most famous alumnus — returns to her alma mater to meet and greet her hometown fans, and tickets for her 2013 appearance are going on sale this Saturday.
Wall-to-wall people intent on partying, gourmet hearty food, bands on two stages — It's northern New York's "mother of all parties" — the Bands 'N Beans benefit for the Lake George Arts Project!
Farm to Table will be held on Saturday, March 2 at the Plattsburgh City Gym.
The recent cold temperatures bode well for a good maple syrup season – and in February and March, The Wild Center and the Paul Smith's College VIC will host several events showcasing how to make this quintessential springtime treat.
Essex County is in the allocation process for funds to supplement emergency food and shelter programs.
Joan Cunningham to expand
“I am excited about 2013,” exclaimed Joan Cunningham, creator of Joanie’s Goodies.
The Sentinel Grille, formally the Carillon and Tierney’s Restaurant on Route 9N, is now open and will hold its grand opening Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 5 p.m.
Study shows potential for store
A natural food co-op in Ticonderoga could be successful. That’s the result of a study conducted by a Minnesota consultant.
What’s so special about Wednesday, Jan. 23?
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Trains, one of which passed through this region last month, collected more than $1 million in Canadian currency and 400,000 pounds of food in 2012, according to a release from the company.
Clinton County Health Department, through the support of Eastern Adirondack Healthcare Network’s Get moving for Healthy Aging Initiative, is pleased to be offering a new resource to residents looking to make healthier eating choices.