Welcome to the 2021-2022 Guide to Pure Catskills Products, your one- stop source for where to eat, drink, shop, stay and play in the Catskills! The pages of this publication showcase over 300 farm and forest-based businesses, restaurants, local artisans, other nonprofit organizations, activities and accommodations located throughout Delaware, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan and Ulster Counties in New York State.
Buying locally, knowing the source of your food, and committing to supporting local farm and food businesses is no longer a trend—it is a lifestyle. One of the greatest strengths of this region is the diversity of products being grown, produced and raised by our local farm and food producers. The Catskills represent the definition of what it means to ‘buy local.’
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Becky and Alex Johnk started an adventure into farming solely in 2013 with a few pigs and a couple dairy cows. They quickly realized they needed a niche, and got into the Berkshire breed of pigs due to their excellent meat quality.
Rosehaven Alpacas is located on a 40 acre farm in Callicoon, NY, in the foothills of the Catskills. They started the alpaca business in 2003 with only two alpacas, in Warwick, NY with Rob’s father. By 2019, they had over 120 alpacas.
In 1938, their grandfather, Silverio Albano, moved from Ponsa, Italy to the Bronx, NY to live with his aunt. He married Rose Scotti and they had two kids. They moved to upstate NY, and on January 1, 1960 he purchased a farm in Grand Gorge. Today, the farm resides in Stamford where they have 2,000 acres of crop land, a total of 850 cows, 70 goats and sheep, and 40 pigs.
Due to COVID-19, we encourage our readers to visit websites and/or contact businesses prior to visiting via their phone number, email or social media pages. As always, be mindful of social distancing, wear your mask and please be patient while traveling throughout the region. With things changing so rapidly around us, please note that we are updating the 2021-2022 Guide to Pure Catskills Products as often as we can. On behalf of our essential farm and forest businesses here in the Catskills, thank you for supporting local. Together with all of you, We are Pure Catskills.
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The pages of this publication showcase over 300 farm and forest-based businesses, restaurants, local artisans, other nonprofit organizations, activities and accommodations located throughout Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Sullivan, Otsego and Ulster Counties in New York State.