Indian Ladder Farms

The Winterfest celebration Indian Ladder Farms last Saturday included visits with Santa and live holiday music. The celebration continues this Saturday, Dec. 13. 

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The hoppy holidays are here.

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Local orchards are revving up for the holidays with special products — from Thanksgiving pies to chipotle and apple marinating sauces — to make shopping, cooking, and feasting fun.

Pie-makers can head to Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland to gather apples for their holiday tables.

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Students from Altamont Cooperative Preschool visited Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland to celebrate fall.

Renaissance Festival last weekend, directed by Kendall Hudson, was a first for the Capital District and included a jousting area and three stages with all manner of song and dance as well as demonstrations of traditional Renaissance arts like leatherworking, pottery, and chainmail.

For one weekend this June, New Scotland will host the first New York Capital District Renaissance Festival.

Last week, funds totaling $1.4 million were announced from a press conference at Indian Ladder Farms. Sixty-eight different grants were given to land trusts across the state, with two local organizations receiving funds.

Hundreds came out on Sunday, Sept. 22, to pick Cortland, McIntosh, and Macoun apples.

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