The Adirondack Harvest Festival was created in 2016 in order to celebrate local farms and food, support the local economy, and give community members experiences that help all to learn and grow together. It is a day designed to bring farms, local businesses, and the community together. The event also gives regional farms an opportunity to showcase their work, and community members a chance to learn something new, try new foods, and meet the makers.
Much like other gatherings and events, the Adirondack Harvest Festival has had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. For the past two years, the Adirondack Harvest Festival took on a different shape with an online and self-guided festival in 2020, and an “Open Farm Week” with an entire week of many smaller events across the Adirondacks in 2021. For 2022, appropriate COVID-19 precautions will be taken to create a fun and safe event for everyone involved.
SPONSORS/DONATIONS: Contributions from generous sponsors make this event free for everyone. If you’re interested in sponsoring the event, please click here for more information. If you’re a private individual that would like to support the Adirondack Harvest Festival, please click here to make a donation.
VENDORS: If your business grows, makes, or sells a locally harvested offering, and you would like to be a vendor at the festival, click here to review the requirements and to indicate your interest.
TABLING/DEMOS/VOLUNTEERS: If you’d like to volunteer your time on the day of the festival, give a talk or demonstration, or host a table for your organization, please click here to learn more and to indicate your interest.
Those who enjoyed last year’s Open Farm Week are in luck, as Open Farm Weekend is set for Sept 2-5. More information to follow.
Photo at top: Adirondack Harvest Festival website photo.