A project of Hudson Valley Agribusiness Development Corporation

Poughkeepsie Farm Project

  • Poughkeepsie Farm Project

Certified Naturally Grown produce (fruits and vegetables) on 15 acres in the middle of Vassar College (though we are not affiliated with them). 500 CSA members, outreach and education programs that serve over 6,000 individuals of all ages through farm visits, cooking classes, nutritional education, gardening, etc. We donate 20% of our produce to families in need as well as 5 emergency food relief organizations.

Production Methods: Certified Naturally Grown

Products: 8 varieties of lettuce, collard greens, arugala, bok choy, yakata na, red radicchio, sugar loaf radicchio, chard, carrots, kohlrabi, leeks, 8 varieties of heirloom tomatoes, 6 varieties of hot and sweet peppers, 3 varieties of eggplant, 3 varieties of potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, sugar snap peas, string beans, edamame, 3 varieties of beets, scarlet and white turnips, daikon, rutabega, 4 varieties of radishes, strawberries, blueberries, 3 varieties of watermelon, canteloupe, raspberries, flowers, onions, garlic, popcorn, zucchini, yellow squash, acorn squash, delicato, butternut sqash, dill, basil, parsley, mint, sorrel, rosemary, chives, thyme, cilantro.

Visiting Hours: 8am-4pm Seasonally

Where to Find our Products: Restaurants: Blue Stone Bistro, Culinary Institute of America. Other: Vassar College Cafeteria

Wholesale Information: Minimum Order: Varies depending on produce. Delivery Fee: For large order, depending on produce. Delivery Radius: 10 miles

Poughkeepsie Farm Project