Colorful delicious edible-flowers, Yarrow Hollow Farm, Holmes, Putnam County
Image by Sarah Lucas, Yarrow Hollow Farm

Yarrow Hollow Farm, Edible Flowers

Lanza farms , farmstead creamery

Lanza Farms, Farmstead Creamery

Horseman's Trail Farm
Image by Mary Finger

Horseman's Trail Farm, Tamworth piglets

Yarrow Hollow Farm, Holmes, Putnam County NY
Image by Sarah Lucas, Yarrow Hollow Farm

Yarrow Hollow Farm, High-tunnel

Willow Ridge Farm

Willow Ridge Farm, Bourbon Red turkeys

Agriculture

CCE-Putnam is unique among local organizations in offering a continuum of education and resources that enable it to address a food systems issues in a holistic way. By working at a food-system level, we can more effectively respond to cross-cutting needs such as food safety, food access, local farms and community infrastructure. We offer resources for farmers, and consumers, to help strengthen our local and regional food systems.

Putnam Food-Finder Map

Click this map link to use an interactive map of Farms, CSAs Farmer's Markets and other food resources in Putnam County, NY. Please note that due to the current emergency, farm & agricultural business hours of operation might differ from those posted.

Re-Opening Plans

Updated June 9, 2020:

Four phases of projected industry reopening including the guidelines for non-food related agriculture. This website also has information on how to file a complaint to assist local authorities with enforcement of Executive Orders and restrictions on business operations and activities, as well as gatherings.

Not sure where your business falls in the plan? This Look-up Tool will help you determine whether or not your business is eligible to reopen.

Regional Monitoring Dashboard to view each regions progress and status.

(FAQ) on New York Forward and the contact information for your regional control center.

Additional SBA Applications and Resources

Updated June 9, 2020:

Overview of Small Business Guidance and Loan ResourcesCoronavirus Relief Options

The SBA is again accepting applications for emergency loans under the Payment Protection Program. If you would like to take advantage of this program you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible -- loans are first come first served until the funding is exhausted. Contact your lender as soon as possible, if they are not participating Farm Credit is.

Learn more about the Payment Protection Program at the SBA's website.

View FAQs from the Treasure Department on the PPP.

View FAQs on funding programs available to farms, from Pace University

Last updated November 2, 2020