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Unadilla Community Farm

Unadilla Community Farm is an off-grid organic fruit & vegetable farm and 501(c)3 non-profit permaculture education center, situated on 12 beautiful acres of field and forest in West Edmeston, in central New York State. The farm was founded in 2014 by millennial first-generation farmers who met through the international WWOOF network.

The Unadilla River, which runs alongside our farm, gets its name from the indigenous Oneidan word for “a meeting place.” And at its very core, Unadilla Community Farm is just that – a place for people to come together, learn valuable skills from one another, and celebrate our togetherness with each other and with the natural world.

Our mission is to provide a space for the teaching and practice of sustainable skills.

Our work centers on providing education and training on sustainable agriculture, natural building, and food equity, and providing access to fresh organic produce for low-income and low-access communities. We grow 200+ varieties of organic annual and perennial cold-hardy fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, and herbs, showcasing cutting-edge sustainable techniques and recommended USDA conservation practices. We are regenerating the land after decades of conventional monocropping, transforming an abandoned corn field into an edible food forest. Learn more about our history, mission, & practices.
Alley cropping in the orchard

Our Programs

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What is Unadilla Community Farm?

A 2-minute video introduction to our mission and programs.

Support Our Work

Unadilla Community Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit centered on providing education and training on sustainable agriculture, natural building, and food equity, and providing access to fresh organic produce for low-income and low-access communities. Because all of our programs are offered at no cost or on sliding scale, we rely on the generous support of small-dollar donors, foundations, and grants to subsidize program costs.

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