Phillies Bridge Farm Project is a non-profit community farm in New Paltz that connects people to their food by educating people of all ages and backgrounds, growing food for the community, and sharing part of the harvest with people in need. For the past sixteen years we have been providing wonderful produce and farm experiences to thousands of people. And now we need your help! The farm is in urgent need of new tractor implements…Continue
Our Fun on the Farm after-school enrichment program is designed to give children in grades 3-8 a fun and educational experience celebrating the cycles of nature that produce our food.
During this six-week program, children will participate in hands-on farming and food activities, cooperative games, music, storytelling, and farm-based arts & crafts. A healthy farm-based snack will be…Continue
Phillies Bridge's Annual Farm to Families Benefit Dinner supports our efforts to share the harvest with Ulster County residents in need. Through this program we distribute farm fresh vegetables to over 1,000 people in Ulster County including single mothers, homeless teenagers, and area farmworkers. Many of the program participants receive cooking lessons, nutrition education or other vital services. For more information on Farm to Families,…Continue
Phillies Bridge Farm Project summer camps provide an engaging environment where children ages 5-15 deepen their connection to the soil, plants, and animals that are the sources of their food. All camp sessions integrate hands-on farm and food activities, outdoor exploration, music, and art for a varied and memorable camper experience. One and two weeks sessions in July & August.
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