Weathertop Farm LLC

Weathertop farm is owned and run by Kate Miller, and is the culmination of many years of Kate's efforts to create a space where wild indigenous plants can live in harmony with carefully cultivated ones. Over time Kate has planted hundreds of medicinal and culinary herbs, fruit trees, and native berry plants and bushes, while encouraging the growth of native plants. We respect the notion that much of what you need is growing right outside your door, and for that reason we incorporate wild plants into our everyday life through our products. As a farm business, Kate believes that the way to survive and thrive is through a diversified, high quality product line as well as foraging walks and tours, and classes on local plants and herbal knowledge.  The farm is certified organic and has a licensed kitchen where our products come together. Among those products are artisanal bitters, shrub and switchel concentrates, herbal teas, and Fiery Cider. Everything is made fresh, in small batches, using our farm fresh and /or local organic ingredients whenever possible. You can find our products at numerous online and store locations; check our website for an up to date listing. Interested in having a private foraging class or group walk? Contact us for rates And check the website for a schedule of current classes. 

Weathertop Farm LLC
5907 State Route 145
Sharon Springs
(518) 935-0940

Growing Practices: 
All Natural
Certified Organic
Foraged/Wild Caught
Heirloom Varieties
Insecticide free
Integrated Pest Management
No chemicals
Farm Products: 
Prepared Foods
Other Farm Products: 
cocktail mixers, bitters, shrub and switchel concentrates
Other Artisan Products: 
wellness products made from wild plants and fungi
Activities and Services: 
Groups welcome
Farm Tours
Other Activities and Services: 
guided medicinal herb walks or tours by appointment, see website for details
Wholesale Products: 
<p>herbs (both culinary and medicinal), foraged foods, herbal teas, extracts, organic wellness products, cocktail mixers and concentrates. Shrub, Seitchel and Fiery Cider</p>