Dutchess County Right-to-Farm law proposed: One more way to make the Harlem Valley farmer-friendly


PINE PLAINS — The Harlem Valley is known for its rich agricultural history — and for its promising agricultural future. That’s part and parcel of why the Dutchess County Legislature is considering a Right-to-Farm Law introduced by Dutchess County Legislator Gregg A. Pulver (R-19) in recent weeks.

“The state has a Right-to-Farm Law, and this complements it,” said Pulver. 

A full time farmer, Pulver explained that counties can “opt in,” and further support the state law.

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