Progress Continues on Hope Farm at SUNY Sullivan

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Since the groundbreaking at SUNY Sullivan’s April 21st Earth Day event, Hope Farm has made huge strides!

Work on the farm (which will provide local, sustainably-produced food for both SUNY Sullivan’s culinary department as well as New Hope Community) has begun with the raising of dozens of 12-foot hemlock posts, which will support the farm’s fence. Volunteers from across the community have assisted in the hard work, along with students from the Job Corps in Callicoon, and many others!

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About Hope Farm

Watch the video below to hear JonJon Thomas, New Hope Community’s Greenhouse Coordinator, discuss plans for the farm, and be sure to follow Green Building Management at SUNY Sullivan’s Facebook Page for regular updates!

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