Hollengold Farm is located in the Rondout Valley nestled between the Shawangunk and Catskill Mountains. It is 95 miles from Manhattan in the small hamlet of Accord, NY.

Hollengold Farm has a new Farm Store open every day at 222 Lower Whitfield Road in the new Solar Pavillon. It is next door to Westwind Orchard and Arrowood Brewery. Hollengold Farm use organic practices to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and fruits. The Farm Store is self serve and is full of reasonably priced delicious food. In addition to the fresh produce that changes daily,  they have:

Home Made:

  • Pestos,
  • Raw Honey,
  • Canned goods: currently of Tomato Chutney and Pickled Garlic Scapes
  • Vanilla Extract made from vanilla beans they personally harvested in Madagascar.

The farm is home to Botanical Arts Press publisher of the book: Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi.  and illustrated by Hollengold Farms owner, Wendy Hollender. They have just created  a new poster of Wild Edible Flowers. These are also for sale in the store.

Wendy Hollendercreater of www.drawingincolor and auathor of the book Botanical Drawing in Color hosts  Botanical Drawing Workshops at the farm and sells custom botanical drawing art supplies and botanical prints during the workshops. website: www.Hollengoldfarm.com

Visit them and come back often! Special orders and large quantities of available produce can be arranged.

 

Contact:

Wendyhollender@gmail.com

Call – 845-377-0530 

 

 

Our Beginning

Hollengold Farm was started in the Spring of 2009 by a family originally from New York City. Along with a few of our  gardening friends, we put our first vegetable rows in during the Spring of 2009. Since then, we continue to grow and expand. With little farming or country experience, we have learned mostly from doing, reading and letting nature teach us. We are continually fueled by our love of food, nature, plants, and healthy living, and strive to create a beautiful place for others to share and experience with us. Along with farming there is a large component of BOTANICAL ART and EDUCATION related to plants, how they grow, their uses. 

Our Farmer

Jesse Goldfarb is our farmer combining his diverse experience into growing at Hollengold Farm. Read more about Jesse here: