CADE invites applications for its Executive Director position. We seek individuals with knowledge of the current small scale farm and food industry and a desire to further the agenda of sustainable agricultural development in Upstate New York.
Are you interested in finding more markets for your farm products but don't know where or how? CADE is embarking on some intensive marketing and sales work on behalf of Catskills farmers and is here to help you! In order to receive these free services, please fill out this quick survey to tell us a little more about your farm. After we've reviewed your survey, we will follow up to schedule a meeting to develop a marketing and sales strategy customized for you and your farm.
If you are an agricultural educator in the Northeast (NY, PA, NH, VT, CT, MA, ME, DE, MD, NJ, RI, WV, DC), a new Whole Farm Planning program is starting in November 2018 and is fully funded by a grant from Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NE SARE).
In order to make your products available to Taste of NY stores, you must apply to become a Taste of NY Vendor. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to take advantage of this exciting opportunity.
Lucky Dog Food Hub is continuing to add new NYC customers to their distribution list. Their goal is to get products from Catskills producers into as many kitchens as possible. Do you have have consistent quantity of product that you need a home for and can provide Lucky Dog Food Hub with samples of your product?
The Program offers farms and on-farm producers no-cost energy audits that provide recommendations for energy efficiency measures. Energy audits are important tools to help farmers make the best decisions for their operations and to help them become economically and environmentally sustainable.