Dirt, Food, and Friends: Fledging Crow Farm Celebrates The Harvest

In Keeseville, on the eastern edge of upstate New York’s Adirondack Mountains, a new-fangled subscription farm called Fledging Crow grows food the old fashioned way: with lots of elbow grease, lots of help from neighbors, and no artificial fertilizers or pesticides. Every year, the farmers celebrate their harvest and the community of life that made it possible by throwing a giant party, a sort of mini-Woodstock in the fields. It’s called CrowFest. Join Curiously Adirondack as we mix and mingle with a curious cast of characters who tell the story of Fledging Crow Farm and who and what make it work.

Special thanks to Tony Germano for contributing additional photos and video to this piece. Cheers Tony!

Produced for Mountain Lake PBS by Josh Clement (http://www.joshclementproductions.com) and Ed Kanze (http://edwardkanze.com).

Thanks to all our business and individual supporters for making Curiously Adirondack happen!

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Mike Foote – State Farm Agent

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