Farming has sustained the Hudson Valley for more than four hundred years. Family farms grow succulent fruits and wholesome vegetables, from corn and cabbage to apples and peaches. They raise cows, chickens and lambs and produce an array of cheese and other fresh products. Hudson Valley locavores are once again turning to neighborhood farms for the freshest foods—and in the process, they are revitalizing the local economy and preserving the rich lands that are their heritage. Author Tessa Edick and the FarmOn! Foundation are at the heart of this local movement. Their work is so simple yet so impactful that you will wonder, “Why didn’t anyone ever tell me that?” With stunning photographs and an insightful narrative, Edick introduces some of the most innovative and inspiring Hudson Valley farmers along with their delectable harvest.