Greenfield's Forever is a fruit and vegetable farm using organic farming practices. We use a minimal amount of fungicide and pesticide. The majority of our crops are never sprayed. We have u-pick raspberries, blueberries and apples and many other fruits. We sell most of our products directly from our farm. We have a certified kitchen on our farm and make pickled vegetables and fruit jams. Our farm is located in Saratoga County at 236 Wilton Road, Greenfield Center, NY.
We are family farmers — Brian and Justine Denison, our children Suzanna and Maggie. We have been in NY State for twelve years, having moved here from Maine, where for 16 years, we grew over 100 acres of mixed vegetables. Brian is also a forester out of the University of Maine and Justine has taught elementary school, works on the farm, and is a musician.
Denison Farm is now USDA Certified Organic (certified by PCO). Our Schaghticoke, NY farm is 164 acres of rich bottomland, wooded ridges, pasture/hayfields, marsh, and streams. The farm has a 26-year history of organic management and CSA marketing started by our much-loved predecessor, Janet Britt.
Green Jeans Market Farm is located in Saratoga Springs, NY. Certified Naturally Grown for our produce means that you can be certain your food is safe, and grown sustainably. Our commitment to you is that your food is of the highest quality, and that the land in which it’s grown, improves every year. Thanks for supporting your local farm by eating right and well!
Owl Wood Farm is a small diverse vegetable operation located in the Upper Hudson River Valley in the town of Salem, New York. We use small-scale intensive methods with hand tools on about 1 acre and are Certified Naturally Grown which means we do not use pesticides, chemical fertilizers or GMO seeds. On our farm, we focus on creating a healthy, fertile ecology both above and below ground. We disturb our soil as little as possible allowing the soil biology to build a balanced and complex ecosystem. We believe this translates into the most nutritious and ecological vegetables we can grow.