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Share Your Local Farm Harvest Photos

Incorporating local farms into our work is important to us as we strive to keep our Adirondack neighbors fed with fresh and nutritious food grown by farmers here in our communities.

This fall, we want to highlight some of the beautiful food harvested in our region, and inspire others to enjoy eating locally grown food with their families, but we need your help!

Snap a photo featuring food from a local farm in the Adirondacks/North Country. Your picture might be of all the products in your weekly farm share spread out, or a dish you cooked with some local ingredients, or a picture of your family cooking together or ready to eat at the dinner table. Submit your photos soon, because on October 30th we’ll pick one entry to win a $25 gift certificate to your favorite local farm!

Use this form to upload your photo of how your household enjoys local farm foods.

If you can’t use the form, you may send your photo to [email protected] (please include your name and any information you’d like to share about the photo in the body of your email).

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