Agricultural Stewardship Association

Agricultural Stewardship Association
Agricultural Stewardship Association is listed in the Freight Agents & Brokers category in Greenwich, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Agricultural Stewardship Association which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Agricultural Stewardship Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Agricultural Stewardship Association is:
14 Main St
Greenwich, NY 12834
(518) 692-7285

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Agricultural Stewardship Association has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that Agricultural Stewardship Association has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Greenwich, New York is 40 and in the Freight Agents & Brokers category is 30. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Spaces are still available in Levels 1 & 2 of The Game of Logging this weekend. If you use a chainsaw check it...

Spaces are still available in Levels 1 & 2 of The Game of Logging this weekend. If you use a chainsaw check it out!
The Agricultural Stewardship Association and the Washington County Soil and Water Conservation District are sponsoring four levels of Game of Logging Training. Levels 1 & 2 will be offered in April and October. Levels 3 & 4 will be offered in October only. Training levels must be taken consecutively...

Zip up your vest, pull on your wellies and come on over to Cambridge this weekend! 🍁🍃🍂 There will be hundre

Agricultural Stewardship Association added 4 new photos.
Zip up your vest, pull on your wellies and come on over to Cambridge this weekend! 🍁🍃🍂 There will be hundreds of gorgeous paintings, photos, pottery and sculptures - something for everyone and every budget! The drive alone is reason enough. But the REAL BONUS is - 50% of every purchase benefits local farmland conservation! That means more local food on your table and beautiful landscapes in perpetuity. 🙌🙌 For all of you wine and cheese lovers: Come on Saturday, there will be tons of amazing local cheeses and wine. 🧀🍷 See you there! For more Info: #localfarmslocalfood #art #landscapesforlandsake #landscapes4landsake #iloveny

Agricultural Stewardship Association shared their event.
Buy Art to Save Farms 50% of art sales benefit local farmland conservation! Celebrate the agricultural beauty of the Upper Hudson River Valley For 27 years the Agricultural Stewardship Association (ASA) has worked to accomplish a singular mission: protect the farms, rich soils and agricultural landscape in Washington and Rensselaer counties for future generations. In that time they’ve managed to conserve 112 farms and 17,500 acres. For the last 15 years, a significant source of funding for this mission has come from Landscapes for Landsake Art Sale and Exhibition, a celebration of the land by the community of local artists. This year’s exhibition features the work of 58 artists, thirteen of which are participating for the first time. Several of the artists will be on hand to discuss their work throughout the weekend. The sale takes place in the historic barn at Maple Ridge, 172 State Route 372 in the hamlet of Coila, just west of the Village of Cambridge. The show opens with a wine and cheese reception on Saturday, October 7th from 12 to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 per person. The gallery is also open from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday and Monday free of charge. Participating artists generously donate fifty percent of their proceeds to support ASA’s farmland conservation work. This year’s artists include: Sabina Alcorn, Deborah Bayly, Susan Beadle, Gigi Begin, John Begin, Irene Berkson, Joan Bohrer, Linde Caughey, Marilyn Cavallari, Matt Chinian, Eden Compton, Carol Law Conklin, Ian Creitz, Rita DiCaprio, Kathleen Domenicucci, Kate Edwards, Judith Ellers, Ann Fitzgibbons, Jerry Freedner, Janine Gibson, Marguerite Takvorian Holmes, Margaret Horn, Mary Iselin, Carolyn Justice, Lynne Kerr, Thomas Kerr, Clarence King, Rose Klebes, Karen Koziol, Liz Maloney, Jeri Macdonald, Leah McCloskey, Annie McNeice, Virginia McNeice, Catherine Wagner Minnery, Robert Moylan, Clifford Oliver, Harry Orlyk, Jerolyn Ouimet, Leslie Parke, Leslie Peck, Ned Reade, Laura Shore, Robert Skinner, Seline Skoug, Lori Simon, Rebecca Sparks, Barbara Sussman, Anne Sutherland, Janine Thomas, Shira Toren, Mark Tougias, George Van Hook, Takeyce Walter, Robert Whiting, Susan Whiting, Regina Wickham, Kim Eng Yeo ASA would like to thank all of the businesses who have demonstrated their commitment to protecting our farmland by sponsoring the show. A special thanks to our Cream of the Crop Sponsor, Salem Farm Supply, Inc. and our Title Sponsors, Breanna Lundy – Financial Advisor and The Fort Miller Group. We are also grateful to our Lead Sponsors, Carmody Ford, Inc., Charles R. Wood Foundation, Farm Credit East –ACA, Golde Engineering, Owl Pen Books, and TCT Federal Credit Union. Additional sponsors include: Brown’s Brewing Company, Kelly + Sellar Ryan, PLLC, Attorneys at Law, M & M Digital Printing, Spiral Design, Stewart’s Shops, Battenkill Veterinary, Caffry & Flower – Attorneys at Law, Claudia Braymer - Braymer Law, PLLC, Glens Falls National Bank, Pattison, Koskey, Howe and Bucci, CPA’s, P.C., Rose & Kiernan Inc., Washington County Farm Bureau and Wiley Bros., Inc. The Agricultural Stewardship Association was founded by farmers to protect agricultural land and ensure a future for farming in our region. Since its founding in 1990, ASA has worked with farmers and their families to protect 17,500 acres on 112 properties in Washington and Rensselaer counties.
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Agricultural Stewardship Association shared NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets's post.
$1 million is available for eligible school districts to start or expand their #FarmtoSchool programs. Click below to learn how to submit an application.
Governor Cuomo announced that $1 million is available for eligible school districts to support the growth of Farm-to-School Programs across New York State.

Agricultural Stewardship Association added 7 new photos — with Flora Malave-Gomez.
Sneak peek of this year's Landscapes for Landsake Art Sale & Exhibition! Featuring over 58 local artists! Join us this Saturday 12-5pm or Sunday & Monday 12-4pm at the Historic Barn at Maple Ridge 172 State Route 372, Cambridge, NY. #landscapesforlandsake #foreverfarmland #washingtoncountyny #iloveny #farmlove #rensselaercountny #saratogacountyny #locallove