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local farms fund - NY foodshed, LLC
230 warren st 3rd fl pob 1070
hudson, new york, 12534
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
THE LAW OFFICE JOHN K. FRIEDMAN, PLLC
230 WARREN STREET 3RD FLOOR
P.O. BOX 1070
HUDSON, NEW YORK, 12534
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - LOCAL FARMS FUND - NY FOODSHED, LLC
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Tuesday Oct 31, 2017
A cluster of century-old fishing shacks in Hudson, N.Y., once at risk of being demolished, is now being preserved. Step inside one of the shacks and wander around the site.
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- Chefs rely on local farms to create savory dishes
Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
Lodi is wine country. This we well know. But over recent years, the bucolic city has become a culinary destination as well, attracting bold name talent like the Culinary Institute of America at Hyde Park, N.Y.-trained Bradley Ogden. Among many other awards, Ogden was named Chef of the Year by the CIA in 2000 and “Best Chef California” by the James Beard Foundation in 1993. And while the culinary focus is on Lodi’s abundant foodshed, drawn from its own ranches, farms and artisanal purveyors, there is plenty of variety to be savored. New American cuisine shines against Japanese, Italian, eclectic and many other mouthwatering specialties to take you on a global romp.
- ‘Diller Island’ Is Back From the Dead
By CHARLES V. BAGLI - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
With intervention from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, Barry Diller’s grand plan for a $250 million cultural island on a pier in the Hudson River is revived.