Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor | Richard A. Ball, Commissioner
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October 01, 2018

***Updated: New Date and Time***Media Advisory: Six New Cuisine Trails in the North Country Spotlight the Regionís Farms, Food and Beverage Businesses

85 Businesses Featured Along Six New North Country Trails Across Three Counties


    The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Department of Transportation and members of the Adirondack Cuisine Trail Association launch six new cuisine trails in the North Country. The newly designated Cuisine Trails feature 85 businesses across three counties that will boost the state’s growing agritourism industry, and spotlight the region’s unique farms, food and beverage businesses.

    The group will visit three participating businesses along the trails in Essex, Clinton and Franklin Counties. Additional trail member farms and businesses will join the event at each stop, providing samples of their products.
    Friday, October 5, Press Conference & Tours
    11 a.m.
    Mace Chasm Farm (Boquet Valley Cuisine Trail)
    County Highway 71, Keeseville, NY, 12944

    12:30 p.m. - Rulfs Orchard (North Country Cuisine Trail)
    531 Bear Swamp Rd, Peru, NY 12972

    2:30 p.m. - Tucker Farms (Adirondack Lakes Cuisine Trail)
    64 Hobart Rd, Gabriels, NY 12939
    State Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball
    Senator Betty Little
    Assemblyman Billy Jones
    State DOT Assistant Commissioner Sean Hennessey
    Adirondacks Cuisine Trail founders and trail members, including owners of Mace Chasm Farm, Rulfs Orchard, and Tucker Farms
    Jay White, Adirondacks Cuisine Trail Association and Cornell Cooperative Extension Essex County
    Alyssa Senecal, Adirondacks Cuisine Trail Association and Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau
    Ernest Hohmeyer, Adirondacks Cuisine Trail Association, trail member and Lake Clear Lodge Owner

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