Glynwood’s farm incubator kicks off first year

There’s something going on in the Mohonk foothills: Glynwood’s Hudson Valley Farm Business Incubator is officially open for business. According to Kathleen Frith, Glynwood’s president, the program will pair farm incubator graduates with available land -- due, in part, to Glynwood’s partnership with the Open Space Institute (OSI).

“While there are some farmer training programs available in the Hudson Valley for really beginning, new entry farmers -- like apprenticeships, we have one here on our farm near Cold Spring,” Frith added, “there is really not a program that addresses training for farmers that are already experienced.”

Glynwood’s . . .

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