Indian Ladder Farms

The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy’s Summer Festival marked many milestones on Sunday, July 17.

NEW SCOTLAND — The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy will host several events on Sunday, including an afternoon-long Summer Festival at Indian Ladder Farms and a series of “Hike-A-Thons” at a variety of locations in Altamont and New Scotland.

NEW SCOTLAND — On Sunday, July 17, at noon, Indian Ladder Farms will be unveiling an historical marker commemorating the farm founded in 1916 by Peter Ten Eyck, a former state commissioner of agriculture and a United States Congressman. The farm and apple orchard is now operated by the fourth generation of Ten Eycks.

On May 5, Indian Ladder Farms opened a new bar that serves local beer on 10 taps in New Scotland

Indian Ladder Farms applied this week for a permit to operate a food truck or vegetable stand on a lot the orchard owns near John Boyd Thacher Park.

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

The hoppy holidays are here.

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.

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.


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