Nestled in the peaceful quiet of the Western Catskills, La Basse Cour is a small family farm practicing natural methods in harmony with nature. For over 150 years, traditional farming techniques have resulted in rich soils growing nutritious vegetables, berries and herbs and nurturing healthy pastures for our farm animals, and meadows, woodland and wetland habitat for wildlife.

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Take a step back to a simpler time. Enjoy the views, marvel at the spectacular Greek Revival farmhouse, listen to the babbling brook as it washes your cares away. Visit with us and recall - or re-create - life in the slow lane. And take home a little piece of heaven on earth to enjoy with your family and friends.

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Check out our featured article in Kaatskill Life Magazine.

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Stay Up to Date with Us

May 19, 2019, 3:39 PM
Enjoy our May newsletter with all the happenings at Hepner Hollow.
May 19, 2019, 7:00 AM
Today, May 19, is the very first World Plant a Vegetable Garden Day, launched this year by Bob Matthews of Rochester, NY. Bob is a lifelong gardener and owner and author of The Gardener's Network, Garden Hobbies, and Pumpkin Nook. World Plant a Vegetable Garden Day was created to encourage people to get out and enjoy gardening with their families and friends, and to help provide delicious and nutritious fresh vegetables for people all around the world. A home garden can help stretch our family food dollar and offers the opportunity to eat food grown without harmful chemicals. Fresh vegetables taste best and taste makes it that much easier to eat those recommended veggie servings each day.
May 17, 2019, 12:51 PM
Recently Larry participated in a training program along with Fay Benson and Bob Schindelbeck for Northeast Grazing Educators here in New York. It is a Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (NE SARE) project funding training for farmers and Cornell Extension Personnel on the identification of soil compaction in northeast pasture soils.

 

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