Sky High Farm in New York State has produced 10 tons of food since 2011, but not a single pound of it was listed for sale. That’s because Sky High Farm was established to do just one thing: Donate produce and meat to food banks and pantries throughout New York City and State.
Growing food to grow community is a work of art.
In the Hudson River Valley’s Columbia County, Sky High Farm functions an independent local and operational model of sustainable agriculture. No chemical fertilizers, fertilizers, or outside compost is brought in; while all livestock is grass-fed and grazed in rotational paddocks.