I’ve had the pleasure of being a member of Eight Mile Creek Farm’s CSA program for several years and have enjoyed not only the fresh organic favorites such as cucumbers, cabbage, squash and green beans, but also unique varieties including rainbow carrots, crispino lettuce and siberian kale. And the eggs – did I mention the organic eggs?! The shells come in a variety of delicate hues, and the yolks are large and luminous with a color that brings to mind marigolds and sunshine! I’m also a fan of the many photos which Pam includes in her blog about life on the farm, which frequently feature her endearing and lovable horses, cows and dogs as well as the beautiful surrounding farm land. My family is happily spoiled by the farms rich and abundant produce, and we’re proud to support Pam and her amazing woman-owned and operated business.

More About Eight Mile Creek Farm Eight Mile Creek Farm is nestled away on 250 acres of gorgeous farmland southwest of Albany in Westerlo, New York. The farm dates back to 1835, and now supports a widely diversified agricultural business. With a background in nutritional sciences, owner and self-taught farmer Pam Schreiber maintains the farms annual organic certification and aims to provide her customers with a great variety of nutrient dense products. The farm operates based on the concept of regenerative agriculture, which strives to improve yields while reducing external inputs by conserving water, nurturing topsoil and promoting biodiversity. Pam produces over 100 types of organic vegetables and herbs, along with certified organic grass-fed beef, pork, chicken and pastured eggs. In addition, organic turkeys are available for the holidays. The farm is a member of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) and Slow Food USA. Eight Mile Creek Farm is resident at the Peekskill Farmers Market on Saturdays and offers CSA shares year-round at slect drop off locations (home delivery available in some areas).

http://www.eightmilecreekfarm.com

Photo Credit: Pam Schreiber, Eight Mile Creek Farm

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