News & Notes
Cider is a community beverage; the place where it is sold, consumed and enjoyed are as integral to the story of the cider as the orchards and the trees that bore the fruit. Bridging between city streets, main streets, and orchard rows can be a challenge. While cider’s shelf space might be getting crowded by trendy alcoholic seltzer, its story retains a powerful gravity that continues to draw drinkers and makers alike into a complex web of historied narrative.
This National CSA Day, we’re thrilled to announce a new partnership with the sustainable beauty brand, Davines, that is lifting up not only our own CSA or CSAs in the Hudson Valley, but is also celebrating and driving awareness of CSA around the country.
Glynwood's Program Coordinator, Kate Anstreicher, reflects on stand out sessions and key takeaways from this year's NOFA-NY Winter Conference: Extending the Table.
When we launched the Hudson Valley Farm Business Incubator back in 2015, we set out to reduce the barriers to success for start-up farm businesses. Now serving 11 farm business throughout the region, this month we announce the addition of four new businesses to our incubator cohort.
A new conference hits New York state this March, with cider from the Northeast headlining the event. The inaugural Northeastern Cider Conference (NCC) will be held in Albany, New York, Tuesday, March 24 through Thursday, March 26, as an opportunity for cidermakers to network, share knowledge and learn from each other. Hosted by the New York Cider Association (NYCA) in partnership with the Glynwood Center for Regional Farming and Angry Orchard Hard Cider, the NCC was created with the intention of meeting the unique regional needs of the Northeastern cider community.