A TASTE OF WHAT NY AG HAS TO OFFER
The Adirondack Coast was deliciously-well represented at the annual New York Farm Bureau Taste NY reception in Albany on March 5. Our region's spread included hard cider, wine, beer, cheese, maple syrup, maple candy, and cider doughnuts. Rachel Dutil helped to represent Miner Institute and the region, urging folks to visit the Adirondack Coast, while passing out food samples and Miner Institute stress relief -- horse and cow squeezies. The Taste NY event featured about 200 farmers from around the state showcasing their products and interacting with state lawmakers and their staff. The event precedes the Farm Bureau Lobby Day, which took place on March 6.
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