In The News

buylocalHoliday Extravaganza Comes to Marlboro
Southern Ulster Times, November 24, 2014
FOR SIX YEARS the agri-tourism organization Meet Me in Marlborough has sponsored a Buy Local Holiday Extravaganza and Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market.
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Trifecta: Highland, Milton & Marlboro
Chronogram Magazine – March 01, 2011
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Food Security, Farm Conservation… strives to bring sustainability to farms and also to educate people on the importance of local farming. The organization is composed of Milton and Marlboro farmers and businesspeople working together to promote local agriculture and agritourism. Expressing the importance of keeping the country’s food supply within our borders, she says it’s necessary to start with local farmers who can champion that type of home security. The perks of supporting area farming, saying, “In essence, we know our farmers, and there’s a tremendous value in knowing both our farmers and the food that they produce.”

Chelsea Clintons Wedding takes place locally.
The New York Times 7/31/10

Swinging on the Hudson: An Unlikely Haven for Jazz
The New York Times 3/5/10

Episcopal Church Episcopal in Marlboro offers “open baptism” to all who want sacrament:
Old rite gets new welcome


“Meet Me in Marlborough” wins state farm trail designation

MMIM_logo-1MARLBOROUGH  “Meet Me in Marlborough” is a six year old effort to promote the town’s farming history and industry and the organization has recently been given official state status as a New York State Farm Trail. The designation by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets authorizes farm trail signs along state and county roads to give directions to visitors about Marlborough’s farms, pick your owns and wineries.

The designation is more than just that, said Sheila Mannese, Meet Me in Marlborough founder. “We’re marking not only six years of ‘Meet Me in Marlborough,’ 300 years of farming in Marlborough – this is our anniversary year, (and) the farm trail which we are so excited about,” she said. Over 70 members have joined since the group was founded in 2003. A special celebration of the farm trail will take place on August 29 at the Heart of the Hudson Valley’s Farmers Market.

Port Authority gets fresh, classes up bus joint with farmers market
6/19/09 Daily News


Along the Hudson fertile ground for produce, wine & antiques
David Handschuh, Daily News September 13th 2008

Marketing Marlborough
Rural agriculture proves a must for city dwellers
Reprinted from Hudson Valley Business News

Tour of Hudson River Fruit, and our Farms in Pleasant Valley
& Milton by Representative from Russia, India, England, Brazil, South East Asia