Get to Know Who Grows Your Food

What does Homegrown with Heart mean?

These films will show you.

Farming is truly a labor of love for the 4 farm families featured in these short 3-4 minute films. We teamed up with local Catskills filmmaker Isaac Green Diebboll to bring you a glimpse of the work – and the heart – that goes into the food you find at our local farmers markets. Enjoy, and see you at the market.

Meet and Shop with Majestic Farm

Rock Hill Market 10am-1pm on Saturdays. Get Directions + Details.

Meet and Shop with Beaverdam Brook Farm

Liberty Market 3-6pm on Fridays, Rock Hill Market 10am-1pm on Saturdays, Barryville Market 10am-1pm on Saturdays, Monticello Market 11am-2pm on Mondays. Get Directions + Details.

Meet and Shop with the Diehl Farm

Rock Hill Market 10am-1pm on Saturdays. Get Directions + Details.

Get to Know the Filmmaker

People have to understand what the farmer goes through.

“That’s what Matt Burns of Beaverdam Brook Farm said when I was filming him. That’s why I make films.

I want to get to the core of each person’s humanity, show what they love to do and share that with the people in their community. So we can better understand the people we live with. Sometimes all we need is a reason, I try to create that reason with my films.

The farmers of Sullivan County have a painful past, many have lost their farms and have gone out of business.

As someone who lives in Sullivan County it’s an honor to share the stories of 4 different Sullivan County farms who have found success (Majestic Farm, Beaverdam Brook Farm, Somewhere in Time Farm and Diehl Farm), and to support them by sharing their hard work and to hopefully inspire others to follow in their footsteps.”

About Isaac

Isaac Green Diebboll, born 1989, lives in Callicoon, NY.

Isaac is an artist, freelance filmmaker and Co-Founder of ENGN (engine) Civic Creative Center 501(c)(3). Isaac is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Design and Urban Ecology at Parsons, The New School in NYC.

He currently serves as the President of the Hortonville Volunteer Fire Company, a steering committee member of SALT (Sullivan Agencies Leading Together), a member of the Sullivan County legislative chairman’s Healthy Sullivan Initiative and a steering committee member of the Callicoon Community Development working group.

He formerly taught at Parsons, The New School, served on the Sullivan County Human Rights Commission, the Sullivan County Charter Review Commission, served as Vice President of Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development, and member of the Town of Delaware Planning Board, Town of Delaware Fire Advisory Board and Vice President for the Callicoon Business Association.

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