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BLOOMING | New York Makers' Guide to Exploring Greene County

BLOOMING | New York Makers' Guide to Exploring Greene County

There’s no place like...Greene County. New York Makers recently wrote about rediscovering Greene County, a historic haven in the Catskills now pulsing with a vibrant art and food scene, while also offering all the attractions of the great outdoors, in the article Blooming Greene (County!). In this travel guide, our team shares a collection of its favorite, must-see Greene County destinations.  

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BLOOMING | Blooming Greene (County!)

BLOOMING | Blooming Greene (County!)

With an energetic spring awakening finally replacing the last traces of snow, droves of weekenders venturing out of their winter dens are rediscovering Greene County, a historic haven in the Catskills now pulsing with a vibrant art and food scene, while also offering all the attractions of the great outdoors.

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BACK TO THE GRIND | The Grain Grind

BACK TO THE GRIND | The Grain Grind

Nothing gets you back to the grind, in all of its essence, quite like bread. Bread Alone has built a (small-batch) empire using little more than fresh-ground grains and personal grit. Read about the man behind the brand, and what drove him to help create a sustainable path forward for artisanal grain growers and bakers across the country.

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Meet the Maker: Claire Marin of Catskill Provisions

Meet the Maker, in her own words: “You know, there’s just a freedom about New York that I’ve always felt. I visited many states in the U.S. since I’ve been here, and I just feel that there’s a history here of making history,” says Claire Marin, proprietress of artisanal food company Catskill Provisions. “I think the melting pot that New York really, truly is speaks to some of that strength and that independence that we feel — to have our own ideas and to be able to voice them out.” Born

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Tapping Potential in New York's Maple Industry

For many, the thought of maple syrup conjures sweet images of pancakes on a Saturday morning. But for thousands in New York, maple is not just a childhood breakfast treat but a growing industry and way of life. Michael Farrell, director of Cornell University’s Uihlein Sugar Maple Research & Extension Field Center, an outdoor laboratory station in Lake Placid, said records show around 1,500 maple producers in New York, but there are likely somewhere between 3,000 to 4,000. Most maple products

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