St. Lawrence Nurseries begun in the 1920's, and was originally the endeavor of Fred L. Ashworth, of Heuvelton, NY, a farmer with an interest in growing and propagating fruits and nuts for northern climates. Bill MacKentley met Fred in 1971, and developed a relationship that became almost as strong as family ties. For 34 years, the MacKentleys cultivated a truly unique and wonderful business, carrying the legacy of Fred Ashworth's passion.
Angel Acres Farm is a third generation farm owned by the Morrison Family. Our farm is focused on grass-fed beef, but we also produce pork and fall vegetables. We are interested in raising both out animals and produce in a ethical manner and producing a quality product for our customers. Our meat products are available year round while the pumpkins and squash are ready in the fall.
Our pigs are home grown and fed a healthy, balanced diet, including corn, soy, and important vitamins and minerals. We do not use growth-promoting antibiotics or hormones. Our pigs are raised in a pleasant environment that we’d be happy to show you. Happy pigs make yummy pork. Also, try our beef and chicken humanely raised by us. Available year round.
Julia and her father is Paul Dominique, together with her two brothers and two sisters run Dominique farm, producing various fruits and vegetables. They plant everything themselves, not using any pesticides and practice crop rotation. They sell, beans, melons, tomatoes, squash and more at Canton, Massena, and Potsdam Farmers Markets.
Whitten Family Farm offers different options for CSAs. Bonus Bucks accepted. We grow our produce using the Non-certified ORGANIC method and have signed the NOFA Farmer’s Pledge. We never use GMO seeds, synthetic chemical fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides. Cover crops and rotational plantings help fortify the soil, and reduce weed, pest and disease pressure.
Tupper's Hilltop Maple Treats is located on a 33-acre maple grove with vacuum pipeline and using stainless steel tanks and drums. They have a registered kitchen and their syrup is processed on 2x6 oil-fired evaporator. Longtime NYS and St. Lawrence Co. Maple Producers Association members. Maple products: All sizes of maple syrup, maple cream, molded sugar, granulated sugar, maple doughnuts, maple-coated nuts.
Kent Family Growers offers a Summer Share (22 weeks from June to November). Customers can purchase either a Basic share, which is intended to feed a couple or a Full Share, which is a good size for families who cook and eat a lot of vegetables. Winter shares are available in three share sizes (November through March). Flower shares begin in June and end in September. They accept Bonus Bucks.
More than 36 varieties of apples are picked and sorted by our farm professionals from August to November. You can purchase apples by the 1/4 peck, 1/2 peck, peck, 1/2 bushel, and bushel. We do not sell drops. Our orchard is a NO PICK orchard. Come enjoy our hot cider donuts, other delicious bake goods and our award winning hard ciders.
As the only free choice community farm share in the North Country, littleGrasse offers unparalleled flexibility for your household: you choose when, how often and how much to harvest! With 25+ vegetables, 15+ herbs, and 15+ species of flowers, the share you pick offers benefits of your own diverse garden plot without all the maintenance, time, expertise and space required. Summer, Fall and Full Season you pick shares available. Clean and healthy food: zero pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers used.
Canton Apples grows modern apple cultivars but specialize in heirloom and uncommon varieties. Fresh cider and cider blends with pear, cranberry, blueberry and raspberries are available seasonally. Stop by the stand to pick up blueberries (when in season), maple syrup and honey too.
U-pick apple orchard is located at the corner of County Route 25 and Barnes Road, Canton. Usually begins in late August. Check our website for details.
Bittersweet Farm is accepting members for their 2021 Workshare Warrior Community Supported Agricultural (CSA). A program designed to promote access to local food without monetary exchange, the Workshare is now in its third year. Members come to Bittersweet for two hours a week, participating in all aspects of the farm in exchange for a farm share. Shares include seasonal produce and products - depending on the time of year, members may get eggs, mixed greens, potted plants, meats, fruits, vegetables or herbs.