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Adirondack Harvest
P.O. Box 388
Westport, NY 12993

518-962-4810 (Office)
Description: Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of farmland in the Adirondacks. Their goals are to increase opportunities for profitable, sustainable production and sale of high quality food and agricultural products, and to expand consumer choices for locally produced healthy food.

American Farmland Trust New York State Office
112 Spring Street, Suite 207
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

518-581-0078 (Office)
548-581-0079 (FAX)
Email: newyork@farmland.org

Certified Naturally Grown
540 President Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215

877-211-0308 (Toll-Free)
Email: info@naturallygrown.org
Description: A non-profit alternative certification program tailored for small-scale, direct market organic farmers.

Cornell Small Farms Program
15A Plant Science
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

607-255-9227 (Office)
Email: smallfarmsprogram@cornell.edu

Food Systems Network NYC
P.O. Box 170077
Brooklyn, NY 11217

347-746-7946 (Office)
Email: nycfsn@gmail.com
Description: Food Systems Network NYC is a membership organization working toward universal access to nourishing, affordable food. Through collaboration, education, and advocacy, the Network is helping to establish a just and vibrant regional food and farm economy that promotes human and environmental health and prevents hunger.

Glynwood Center
PO Box 157
Cold Spring, NY 10516

845-265-3338 (Office)
845-265-3391 (FAX)
Description: Glynwood’s mission is to save farming by strengthening farm communities and regional food systems. Presents Glynwood Harvest Awards annually.

Just Food
1155 Avenue of the Americas, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10036

212-645-9880 (Office)
Description: Just Food is a non-profit organization that connects communities and local farms with the resources and support they need to make fresh, locally grown food accessible to all New Yorkers. Just Food provides regional farmers and food producers, CSA organizers and everyday eaters with the resources and support they need to establish and experience healthy food systems—in every neighborhood.

National Young Farmers Coalition
PO Box 292
Tivoli, NY 12583

Email: info@youngfarmers.org
Description: NYFC represents, mobilizes, and engages young farmers to ensure their success.

New York Farm Viability Institute
159 Dwight Park Circle, Suite 104
Syracuse, NY 13209

315-453-3823 (Office)
Description: The New York Farm Viability Institute is a farmer-led nonprofit group that awards grant funds for applied research and outreach education projects that help farms increase profits and provide models for other farms.

New York Sustainable Agriculture Working Group
693 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607

585-271-0194 (FAX)
585-271-0490 (Office)
Email: nysawg@frontiernet.net
Description: Coalition of farm, environmental, faith, farm workers', and anti-poverty groups currently organizing in New York state. Publishes Organic Farms, Folks, and Foods.

NOFA-New York
249 Highland Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620

607-271-7166 (FAX)
607-271-1979 (Office)
Email: info@nofany.org
Description: Organic Food Guide, Food Justice fact sheets.

Northeast Beginning Farmer Project
15B Plant Science
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

607-255-9911 (Office)
Email: ejf5@cornell.edu
Description: Publishes Small Farms Monthly Update, reports, training materials, and how-to videos.

Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
630 Bedford Road
Pocantico Hills, NY 10591

914-366-6200 (Office)
914-366-7905 (FAX)
Email: info@stonebarnscenter.org
Description: Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture operates an 80-acre farm and works to increase public awareness of healthy, seasonal and sustainable food; train farmers in resilient, restorative farming techniques; and educate children about the sources of their food, and prepare them to steward the land that provides it. Hosts the national Young Farmers Conference annually.

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