High tunnels are a critical tool for many New York vegetable growers. These structures help growers extend the growing season
Sometimes a little money can go a long way. That’s what happened when Farm Viability invested just under $15,000 in
Onions are big business in New York. The State ranks #6 in the country for production and growers sell more
In August 2017, I was honored to be elected as the chair of New York Farm Viability’s board of directors.
Farmers. Farmers are built into the entire process. Farm Viability’s goal is to continually connect the real world experience and
There’s a plethora of automated health monitoring systems on the market for dairy farms. Wireless sensors can be based in
Dr. Bryan Danforth was eager to develop a long term monitoring program to understand if wild pollinator numbers are changing.
Is That Opportunity Knocking? Every year New Yorkers eat an average of 18 pounds of fresh tomatoes per person, and
In the Summer of 2017, Farm Viability staff interviewed 51 of our past and present project leaders, asking questions about