Danielle Ripp

Flower farmer specializing in dahlias.

Preferred counties/regions

  • Hudson Valley
  • Dutchess County
  • Ulster County

Desired acreage

  • 5 or fewer

Farming Status

Emerging farmer: 2 years or more of on farm work experience

Currently farming full-time

Primary reason for farming

Hobby or for personal use

Farming status, plans, and practices

Currently need a space for dahlia tubers to grow on for personal use. I have 5 years of professional organic gardening and farming experience.

Farm Experience & Education

  • On farm work experience

5 years professional fine organic gardening

3 years farming (flowers, vegetables)

Organic Land Care Professional certified

Farming Plans and Practices

Farming method or practice

  • Organic (certified)
  • Organic (not certified)

Primary crops

  • black outline of a flower Flowers or Ornamentals

Primary livestock

  • No Livestock

Dahlias for cut flowers

Marketing Method

n/a

Farm business plan or farm resume

My business plan or farm resume is in progress

Farmland Needs

Infrastructure required

  • Black outline of a water drop Water access

Water access is a must.

Desired Tenure

Tenure options desired

  • Other Tenure Agreement

I just need a space to grow on dahlia tubers for personal use and future flower breeding projects.

Will this operation qualify an eligible landowner for an Agricultural Assessment?

Unsure

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