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


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



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