The Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) is an intregral partner of The Hub On The Hill. Through it's initiatives it strives for a cleaner, greener energy economy, investment that supports resilient local economies and creates jobs, and conditions that accelerate the emerging, innovative local economy. Our overlapping aims in revitalizing agriculture and reinforcing local economic drivers make for an ideal relationship. The Hub On The Hill would not have been made possible without the support of ANCA as a community partner.

The Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) is an intregral partner of The Hub On The Hill. Through it's initiatives it strives for a cleaner, greener energy economy, investment that supports resilient local economies and creates jobs, and conditions that accelerate the emerging, innovative local economy. Our overlapping aims in revitalizing agriculture and reinforcing local economic drivers make for an ideal relationship. The Hub On The Hill would not have been made possible without the support of ANCA as a community partner.

Having recently celebrated it's bicentennial anniversary, The Whallonsburg Grange is a culturally, socially, and historically significant building and organization in Essex County. With its renovations over the last few decades including a community kitchen and stage, The Whallonsburg Grange works alongside the Hub On The Hill to provide culinary and varied community events for both residents and farmers.

Having recently celebrated it's bicentennial anniversary, The Whallonsburg Grange is a culturally, socially, and historically significant building and organization in Essex County. With its renovations over the last few decades including a community kitchen and stage, The Whallonsburg Grange works alongside the Hub On The Hill to provide culinary and varied community events for both residents and farmers.

Adirondack Harvest is a non profit aimed at connecting local farmers to their communities and regional markets. As such, Adirondack Harvest, whose parent organization is Cornell Cooperative Extension, increases and improves opportunities for profitable, sustainable production and sale of goods through outreach and educational events, workshops, and publication of marketing materials.

Adirondack Harvest is a non profit aimed at connecting local farmers to their communities and regional markets. As such, Adirondack Harvest, whose parent organization is Cornell Cooperative Extension, increases and improves opportunities for profitable, sustainable production and sale of goods through outreach and educational events, workshops, and publication of marketing materials.

Essex Farm Institute (EFI) supports, promotes, and trains farmers to build resilient diversified farms that are economically viable, socially responsible, and environmentally beneficial. EFI support and parallels the mission of the Hub On The Hill in their aim to foster new growth in agricultural economies.

Essex Farm Institute (EFI) supports, promotes, and trains farmers to build resilient diversified farms that are economically viable, socially responsible, and environmentally beneficial. EFI support and parallels the mission of the Hub On The Hill in their aim to foster new growth in agricultural economies.

The North Country Work Force Development Board provides the needed resources needed to train and engage interns and staff in skills that broaden the scope of work and trade offered by the Hub On The Hill.

The North Country Work Force Development Board provides the needed resources needed to train and engage interns and staff in skills that broaden the scope of work and trade offered by the Hub On The Hill.

The newly renovated Deer's Head Inn is a synergistic force alongside the Hub On The Hill that seeks to breathe new life into our cultural traditions and historical food ways of the Adirondacks with music, events, and a menu based in ingredients from local farms and food purveyors.

The newly renovated Deer's Head Inn is a synergistic force alongside the Hub On The Hill that seeks to breathe new life into our cultural traditions and historical food ways of the Adirondacks with music, events, and a menu based in ingredients from local farms and food purveyors.

Adirondack Farm to School is a project that facilitates connections between classrooms, cafeterias, communities and local farms through shared curriculum and resources, community events, and advocating for nutritious school lunch supported by a vibrant local agriculture.

Adirondack Farm to School is a project that facilitates connections between classrooms, cafeterias, communities and local farms through shared curriculum and resources, community events, and advocating for nutritious school lunch supported by a vibrant local agriculture.