Tag Archives: Adirondacks

Things Are Coming Together

What a week it’s been. We finally recuperated from our family party, had a rocking farmers market and made a ton of headway in another round of our favorite (never-ending) game of “clean out the barn.” We cleaned out the downstairs a few years back with the help of two travelling UK volunteers and this […]

We’re all in this together

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Our connection to local area farms has taken on a new dimension recently. While we feel the pandemic has brought us much closer to our amazing patrons in our weekly connections, we’ve also grown closer to our fellow farmers and food producers. We’ve all been through a lot and so have our fellow vendors. It […]

Join us for Open Farm Week

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Farms across the North Country are opening their doors during the Adirondack Harvest Festival’s Open Farm Week this September and Triple Green Jade Farm is taking part in the fun as well. We will be hosting several workshops and farm to table dinners during the festival. We look forward to seeing you at Open Farm […]

#ShopADK

Shop Small, Shop Local While we have been extraordinarily busy this year as an essential food business during COVID, other small businesses have not been so fortunate. We already know you #ShopADK and we have appreciated all of your support throughout this year, but in case you need a boost, ROOST has put together a […]

Meet the Cows

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Projects take time, but you do have to start somewhere, lest you never begin. This was our thinking and applied plan for a future micro-dairy. As some of you may know, we have a big red barn with a grand milking parlor. Some have opined that it was the first “modern” milking parlor in Essex […]

Help Us Get Fired Up!

Help Us Get Fired Up

Help Us Fire Up A Wood-Fired Bread Oven! As many of you know, we have made great progress on our wood-fired bread oven. We got the majority of it completed last year and then BANG – the busy farmer’s market hit and we soared successfully into a full-fledged business – very much in part because […]

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