Who we Are
We are a 501c3 non-profit working farm that is dedicated to educating the community and beyond about sustainable agriculture though our seasonal farm stand, tours, workshops, and by hosting community events.
Our goal is to encourage and teach sustainable growing practices to heal our food system, it's producers, the earth, and the community. As of 2020 we have provided food access to over 600 families in the Sullivan County region. Anna Zabirova founded Unbroken Acres after working on various farms within NY state for over a decade to share knowledge and information with those who are interested in farming or gardening.
The farm has become a staple within the community of Cochecton and has acted as an "open source" of information for those who are building their own farms or simply wish to learn more to help build resiliency within their own communities.
The Board & the Farm
The farm is located at 1118 County Road 114 Cochecton NY, down the road from Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center in Sullivan County NY.
Anastassia is a farmer of mixed vegetables, fruit, and other crops for 13 years. Her passion for growing began 13 years ago, on a non profit farm through an internship. Also a proud alumni of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, she had continued to work in agriculture for a multitude of operations during her career.
Allison Turcan - The founder of DIG Farm and Westchester Local Food Project
Deb Taft - Founder and farmer at Mobius Fields
Chloe Sasson - Professor at Stepinac high school
Current Farm News & Updates
The third season is in the books! We continued to meet so many wonderful people within the community far and wide! The farm stand was open from May until November of this year and we are working on raising funds to build a 10x16 run in shed before we open for the 2024 season. The stand helped to feed over 350 families this season alone.
We held over 25 tours on the farm that taught about various aspects of food production, soil fertility, water management, and more. We are working on holding more classes over the winter and off season at the Narrowsburg Public Library. The farm welcomed over 500 visitors in the 2023 growing season.
Unbroken Acres is beginning to craft an on farm workshop series for the 2024 season and weekly volunteer days on the farm. We are seeking aid in raising funds to be able to host pizza community nights, materials for classes, and paid positions for next seasons hopeful young beginner farmer interns. We couldn't do what we are doing without our community, and we thank you for your continued support of the farm.
If you'd like to keep up on the happenings in the off season, be sure to follow our Facebook and Instagram pages.
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