Please note: Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the 2020 Chatham Area Farm Tour is canceled.
Last Year’s Festival Details:
Saturday, September 28, 2019, 10:00-4:00pm
The Chatham Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is hosting their eleventh annual Farm Tour on Saturday, September 28, 2019. The free tour features farms in the Chatham area open from 10:00 – 4:00. There will be horse, dairy, sheep, cattle, maple syrup, wine, and produce farms and stands open, many with local farm products to purchase. The tour allows visitors to see the diverse face of farming in northern Columbia County, and is fun for all ages. In addition this year’s tour is co-sponsored by the Columbia Land Conservancy and visitors will learn about the important roles the organization plays in the farmland of Columbia County.
This year’s farms include The Berry Farm, Equine Advocates, Highland Farm, Kinderhook Farm, Little Brook Farm, Staron Farm, Little Ghent Farm, Love Apple Farm, Hawthorne Valley Farm, Dogwood Farm, Rock City Mushrooms, Maple Leaf Sugaring, Hudson-Chatham Winery, Jersey Meadow Farm, Raven & Boar, Buttonwood Hollow Farm, Farm at Miller’s Crossing, High and Mighty, Grimaldi Farm, and Red Rock Farm.
The CAP is sponsoring a photography and video/film contest for images taken on the farms during the tour. There will be three divisions for both photography and short films (under 5 min). Child (ages 10 and under), Youth (ages 11-16) and Adult (ages 17+). Contest winners’ works will be displayed at the Farm Film Fest at the Crandell Theatre in Chatham, March 2020.
More tour details, including a link to a map of the farm locations, and a downloadable tour guide are posted on the Chatham Keep Farming website (chathamkeepfarming.org) and will be available at participating farms and at the Columbia Land Conservancy offices in Chatham. For additional information contact: [email protected].
The Chatham Agricultural Partnership, a 2012 Locavore Award nominee, promotes a sustainable agricultural community in Chatham. The CAP also sponsors the Farm Film Fest at the Crandell Theatre each spring.