Grindstone Farm

By Beverly K. Metott

    When Dick de Graff bought the 150-acre property on Tinker Tavern Road in Pulaski back in 1981, he had a unique vision in mind: to grow a variety of fresh produce for his family and area residents. The first crops were grown with low chemical inputs between... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 54

Issue 54
June/July 2001

Cover Story

Profiles

Bob Chetney

My First Job

My first job after I graduated college was selling Rainbow 'air purification systems' vacuums.

On The Job

Will the prices of gasoline keep tourists away from Oswego County?

Success Stories

Grindstone Farm

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Starting Up

Nice n Easy

Economic Trends

Marketing Oswego County to the World

Special Article

Forms of Organization

Last Page

Bringing People to Your Store