Community members were invited onto the grounds of Glynwood’s Hudson Valley Farm Business Incubator for an open house on Sunday, June 22 as it nears the final stages of repairing the buildings and preparing the land on the 323-acre site for welcoming the first three participants to the new program in late summer. More than 300 old tires were removed from the property and sheep and cattle have been brought in by Glynwood to start the process of soil restoration with their grazing. The Incubator is a comprehensive three-year program to provide support for agricultural entrepreneurs who . . .
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