Comments from Seneca Lake Guardian Business Coalition and Finger Lakes Wine Business Coalition Opposing Greenidge Generating Station Air Title V Facility Permit

Seneca Lake Guardian Business Coalition / Finger Lakes Wine Business Coalition

Christopher M. Hogan
NYSDEC Headquarters
625 Broadway
Albany, NY 12233

Re: Comments from Seneca Lake Guardian Business Coalition and Finger Lakes Wine Business Coalition Opposing Greenidge Generating Station Air Title V Facility Permit ID 8-5736-00004/00017
Facility DEC ID: 8573600004

Dear Mr. Hogan,
The undersigned members of the Fingers Lakes Wine Business Coalition urge the Department of Environmental Conservation to deny the Greenidge facility’s Title V Air Permit, which is up for renewal. We are concerned that the power plant, with its new use as a bitcoin mining operation and its enormous increases in GHG emissions, will adversely impact the vibrant wine and tourism industry in the region, degrade the pastoral nature of the Finger Lakes and damage the vital natural resources on which we rely. As the facility aims to increase its Bitcoin mining operations, its benefit to the public decreases as less energy produced will go to the grid and more of it is consumed for private gain, making its justification as a necessary public power plant extremely weak. Additionally, we believe that this facility, and others like it, will prevent the state from meeting its critical climate goals established under the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA).

A number of the elements in the Finger Lakes dynamically interact to form the region’s community character, including the role of natural beauty and an agricultural landscape, specifically a viticultural landscape, which is central to the Finger Lakes region’s sense of place over time and to the branding of the emerging tourism economy. The community is consciously pursuing economic development strategies—especially recreation and agri-tourism—that will enable it to preserve these aesthetic and environmental values that are core to the high quality of life enjoyed here, the tourism value and long term economic development of the region.
Tourism to the Finger Lakes region and to Seneca Lake in particular grew progressively in the latter half of the 20th century. The Seneca Lake Wine Trail was founded in 1986 in response to the increase in visitation to the Seneca Lake region and as a coordinated approach to support the economic importance of the wine industry. The region is now drawing nationally and internationally recognized winemakers, supports over 58,000 jobs and generates $3 Billion for New York State annually. Although Greenidge promises a handful of jobs, we urge you to consider the livelihoods that some of us have spent generations building which could be at risk in the long term should this facility be permitted to continue operating.

Of note is that American Viticulture Areas (AVAs) are federally designated economic zones that have a substantive economic and social context that define them as a region. They are cultural landscapes that have, as their community character, an historical and contemporary economic and social coherence. The scenic landscape of vineyards and wineries of the Finger Lakes AVA and Seneca Lake AVA is a visual and perceptual image of the region’s community character.

The Finger Lakes is also currently being considered by Congress for a National Heritage Designation.

While we once were a much more industrial region, we have evolved into a world-class agricultural and tourist destination that relies heavily on clean air and water for our survival and success. Yates County, where Greenidge is housed, is one of New York's largest agricultural producers. Furthermore, the facility is already increasing noise in the area, and an increase in mining would add more noise, disrupting the peaceful nature of the area and potentially effecting visitors across the lake.

Analyzing the long term impacts of the Greenidge facility, not only from a localized air emissions standpoint, but also from a standpoint of how it will further disrupt our climate in an area that is already struggling with more severe flooding, seeking new agricultural practices and pest management control resulting from a changing climate, is important to the region.

Seneca Lake recently experienced extreme flooding from two severe rain events, with significant runoff and dangerously high lake levels. We also experienced record-breaking Harmful Algal Blooms in the North-western quadrant of the lake on October 6th, where Greenidge is permitted to discharge 134 million gallons of water at up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit daily.

The wine industry depends on Seneca’s clean water to draw tourists and wine enthusiasts to our region.

Any single facility in our region that stands to threaten the wine and tourist industry with combined upstream and on site emissions of over one million tons of CO2 equivalents annually must be carefully scrutinized under a risk-versus-reward lens. Weighing the potential costs of the facility to the burgeoning agriculture and wine industry is critical.

Additionally, if New York State is to achieve its necessary and bold climate goals, permitting Greenidge and Greenidge-like facilities to operate will undermine the initiative we established in law in 2019 under the CLCPA. We must adhere to this law, aimed at reducing the state’s GHG emissions, in an effort to leave a livable climate for future generations.

We further urge you to consider the impact that this facility’s increased air pollution may have on our vineyards and on the many other crops in a largely agricultural region:

a. Particulate Matter

i. Nitrogen oxide, one of the main pollutants released from natural gas plants, mixes with other substances in the air causing yellowing, reduced growth, and lower yields due to acid rain and smog. (Agricultural Outlook, n.d.)

ii. Sulfur dioxide reacts with other substances in the air to form acid rain. When acid rain reaches the soil in vineyards, the pH of the soil is lowered, which makes it more difficult for grapes to grow (Pambianchi, 2009)

iii. Particulate matter has two effects on plants, it reduces solar radiation reaching the surface and increases diffuse radiation, which have opposing impacts on plant productivity (Our Research, n.d.)

iv. Sources:
1. Agricultural Outlook: How limiting air pollution will protect farms. EIT Food. (n.d.). Retrieved October 26, 2021, from Agricultural Outlook: How Limiting Air Pollution Will Protect Farms | EIT Food,growth%2C%20ammonia%20drives%20biodiversity%20loss

2. Pambianchi, D. (2009, November). How Do Air Pollution and Acid Rain Affect Vines, Grapes and Wine Quality, and Ultimately Our Health? GENCO Winemakers. Retrieved from,%20Grapes%20and%20Wine%20Quality,%20and%20Ultimately%20Our%20Health_.pdf

3. Air pollution impacts on global crop yields. Air pollution impacts on global crop yields | Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab (J-WAFS). (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2021, from,canopy%2C%20thereby%20increasing%20plant%20productivity

b. Ozone

i. Ozone damages plants causing yellowing, cell injury, irregular spots, and reduces yields. It is estimated that ozone causes between a 5% and 12% loss in yields of staple groups globally. ( 2019)

ii. With a decline in ozone, projections show an increase in crop yields for wine grapes, table grapes, and nectarines for study in California (Bryce, 2020)

iii. Ozone can cause a yellowing of leaves due to low chlorophyll levels and chlorophyll is necessary for photosynthesis to occur. Pollution can cause physical damage to leaves where photosynthesis takes place and cause food production to cease to cope with environmental stress (Rogers, 2019)

iv. Sources:
1., S. F. T.-. (2019, May 7). The impact of air pollution on crops. Sustainable Food Trust. Retrieved October 26, 2021, from

2. Bryce, E. (2020, March 27). Decreasing air pollution increases agricultural yields. Anthropocene. Retrieved October 26, 2021, from

3. Rogers, C. D. (2019, November 18). How does pollution affect photosynthesis? Sciencing. Retrieved from

c. Photosynthesis and Respiration

i. Pollutants can damage the stomata, disturb the water balance in a plant, and hinder its ability to respond to stress. Depending on the level of exposure to pollutants, respiration can be inhibited or stimulated in plants (Gupta, 2016)

ii. Air pollutants interfere with net carbon fixation and soil resource capture, which reduces plant growth and hinders plants’ ability to respond to stress. (Environmental Protection Agency, 2021)

iii. A study found that high ozone levels affect grapevine weight and disturb photosynthesis, which reduces growth rates. The quality of wine, including nutritional benefits and taste, is impacted by reductions of polyphenols due to exposure to ozone (Fumagalli, 2019)

iv. Sources:
1. Gupta, A. (2016). Effect of air pollutants on plant gaseous exchange process ... Retrieved from

2. Environmental Protection Agency. (2021, March 9). Plant Response to Air Pollution. EPA. Retrieved from

3. Fumagalli, I., Cieslik, S., De Marco, A., Proietti, C., & Paoletti, E. (2019, December 12). Grapevine and ozone: Uptake and effects. MDPI. Retrieved from

In summary, The Greenidge facility on the western side of Seneca Lake is inconsistent with the character of the local and regional Finger Lakes community. Local land use plans focus on retaining open space and the natural setting, protecting air and water quality, preserving the rural/small town atmosphere -- and this proposed facility would not be conducive to those goals. It is clear that renewing air permits for a facility of this type would also not comport with local and regional economic drivers, which focus on tourism, the wine industry, and agriculture. Finally, the emissions from this facility would make it extremely difficult for New York to attain its climate goals as laid out in the CLCPA.

For these reasons we urge you to deny the Greenidge Title V air permit renewal.

Cc: The Honorable Governor Kathy Hochul
Cc: DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos


Seneca Lake Guardian Business Coalition:

12th Moon Astrology
17th Century Suds
A Holism In Sync
A Stone’s Throw B&B
Abelson Law Office
Acorn Designs
Advanced Remodeling
Airy Acres Vineyard
AKS Apartments, LLC
Aligned Business Concepts
Amazing Grace Bed & Breakfast
American Canoe Association, Atlantic Division
Ann Cain Crusade, R.N., M.S., L.Ac
Ann Sheldon, Life Coach
Another Time Antiques
Applegate Toys
Area Records
Argetsinger Vineyards
Atwater Vineyards
Autumn Leaves Used Books
B&B: 448 East Broadway LLC
Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyard
Barnstormer Winery
Barry Family Vineyards
Bear Meadow Folk Instruments
Beef N’ Brew
Bella Stone Massage
Bellwether Cidery
Benedict Accounting and Tax Service
Berta’s Cafe
Bill Carini Gardens
Billsboro Winery
Bitterwind Hop Farm
Blackberry Inn B&B
Blecher Electric
Bloomer Creek Vineyard
Boathouse Beer Garden
Bob and Dee
Bob and June’s Organic Coffee
Bostwick House B&B
Bottomless Brewing
Boundary Breaks Vineyard
Bout Time B & B
Bramble: Community Herbalism
Bread ’N’ Roses
Brian Grafstein LMT
Brian Keeler, Artist
Bumble & Co. B & B
Bunnell Associates
Burdett House B&B
Burford Books
Buried Treasures Organic Farm
Buttonwood Creek Tree Farm
Calm Reflections
Camp Seneca Lake
Capricorn Hill Farms
Captain Bill’s & Seneca Harbor Station
Cash and Caring Auction Services
Castle Creek Kombucha
Catherine Cottages
Cathy Emilian Design
Cayuga Chiropractic & Wellness
Cayuga Morning Star B & B
Caywood Vineyards
Charles Limousine Service
Chateau Lafayette Reneau
Chefs for the Marcellus
Cherry Orchard B & B
Church Creative Flooring, Inc.
Cindy Lane-Newcomb; Raven’s Landing
Clean Team
Clear Path Healing Arts Center
Climbing Bines Hop Farm and Brewery
Cloud 9 Wellness
Compost International
Cortland Beer Company, LLC
Cottage Views B & B
Cotton Club at the Windmill
Cowlick Farms
Creating Change
Creativelink Photo/Graphics Services
Creekside Cafe
Crestwood Pools Inc.
Crooked Lake Winery
Cummins Nursery
Curry Creek Vineyards
Custom Care Pharmacy
D. Bordwell Editorial Services
Damiani Wine Cellars
Dan Rapaport Consulting
Dano’s Heuriger
Daphne’s Delights
Darlene Bordwell Photography
David Mooney-State Farm Insurance
Deep Lake Industries
DeMarco Vineyards
Derek’s Diner
Dewitt Park Inn
Digital Wires
Discovery Massage
Dixie O’Connor, Fine Arts
Down to Earth Markets
Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars
DS Hoffman, Luthier
Dundee Scottish Festival of the Finger Lakes
Eagle Crest Vineyards/ O-Neh-Da Vineyard
Earthgirl Flowers
Earthgirl Pottery
East Side Dog Services
Echoes of the Glen B & B
Edible Finger Lakes
Eli Thomas Art
Ely Fruit Farms
Emery Vineyards
Eminence Road Farm Winery
Enigma Skin Care Studio
Eremita Winery
Eve’s Cidery
Evolving Studios
Exercise Enterprise
Faith Muirhead, Educational Consultant
Farm Kind
Farmer Ground Flour
Farmshed CNY
Finger Lakes Clean Waters Initiative, Inc
Finger Lakes Concierge
Finger Lakes Distilling
Finger Lakes Estate and Auction Company
Finger Lakes Florist
Finger Lakes Foie
Finger Lakes Food Company, LLC
Finger Lakes Gifts and Lounge
Finger Lakes Mill Creek Cabins
Finger Lakes Natural Health
Finger Lakes Soap Company
Finger Lakes Transport and Tours
Finger Lakes Vacation Rental
Finger Lakes Waterfall Resort
Finger Lakes Website Services
Fingerlakes Angling Zone Guide Service
Firehouse Distillery
Fleur De Lys of the Finger Lakes
FLX Best Wine Tours
FLX Table
FLX Wienery
Forever Green Tree Care Services
Forge Cellars
Fork & Gavel Cafe at Cornell
Fossil and Till
Fox Pond Products
Fox Trot Stables
Free Spirit Design Glass
Free to Be Me Coalition for Peace
Frisch Kitchen
Frog Hollow Marina
Frontenac Point Vineyard and Winery
Fruit Yard Winery
Geneva Bicycle Center
Gentle Giants B&B
GentlyBorne Midwifery
George’s Prosound
Gil’s Honeybees
Gimme! Coffee Inc.
Ginger Cat B&B
Glacier Ridge Vineyards
Glen Mountain Market
Glendale Farms
Glenhaven Farm Winery
Glenora Wine Cellars
Global Taco
Golden Knight Inn & Suites
Golden Orb Tattoos and Piercings
Good Earth Health Foods
Good Karma Candles
Good to Go! Market
Goose Watch Winery
Graceful Arts Fiber Studio
GRACES (Grass Roots Accomodations Coalition for Energy Sustainability)
Graphic Connections
Greensprings Natural Cemetery
GreenStar Cooperative Market
Gryphon Construction
Halsey’s Wood Fire Bistro
Harvest Cafe
Hayward House B&B
Hazelnut Kitchen
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards
Heart & Hands Wine Company
Heart to Heart Yoga
Heavily Brewing Company
Hector Logging Company
Hector Wine Co.
Hemlock Hills Alpaca Farm
Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard
Heron Hill Winery
Hipshot Products, Inc.
Hotel Groton
Humble Hill Farm and Lodge
Hunt Country Vineyards
Idol Ridge Winery
Ileen Kaplan Piano Service
Indian Creek Farm
Inner Decisions
International Climbing Machines
Irish Carpentry
Italy Hill Produce
Ithaca Acupuncture- Integrative Medicine Center
Ithaca Soap/17th Century Suds
J & D Landscape Construction
JCC of Greater Rochester
Jeremy and Erica Crytzer
Jesi Turner, Musician
Joe’s Hots
Joseph M Rao Inc.
Journeyman Services
JR Dill Winery
Just a Few Acres Farm
Just Desserts
Kali Herbs
Kate Gustin, CPC - Joy of Living Health and Life Coach
Keep in Touch Therapeutic Massage
Keuka Artisan Bakery & Deli
King Ferry Winery
King’s Garden Vineyards
Kingbird Farm
Kirton’s Farm Market
Knapp Winery
Krys Cail, Farm and Food Business Development Consulting
Kurtz Construction
Lake City Hobby
Lakehouse B&B
Lakeland Winery
Lakeside Refrigeration Service
Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars
Larson Publications
Lawrence Reverby - Attorney at Law
Leaf Kitchen Restaurant
Leidenfrost Vineyards
Lilly Broadcasting
Linda Parks, CPA and Financial Advisor
Linda Ruth Astrology
Live Well Upstate: Massage Therapy and Natural Medicine
Locke’s Glen, LLC Vacation Rentals
Macro Mamas
Magnolia Place B & B
Main Street Bike Shop
Manndible Cafe at Cornell/ Fork and Gavel Cafe at Cornell
Marmalade Cat B & B
McGregor Winery
Medleys Cafe & Catering
Michael Turback-Food and Wine Writer
Moon Heart Studios
Moosewood Restaurant
Mother Earth Natural Foods
Muddy Fingers Farm
Native Plant Nurture
Natural Health Family Chiropractic
Nautical Nights B & B
Newell Farm
No Man Services
North East Organic Farming Assoc. of NY
Northeast Band Supply
Northstar Public House
O’Shaughnessy Antiques and Fine Arts Gallery
Odessa Coffee Depot
Old Fashioned Flowers from Fernville Farm
Owl Gorge Productions
Paradise on the Lake B and B
Parker’s Grille
Passport Creations
Penguin Bay Winery
Perennial Evolution Farm
Peter Drobny - Glass Consultant
Pi Truck
Pine Tree Farms
Pioneer Printing
Plowbreak Farm
Pompous Ass Winery
Preliminaires Chocolat
Privacy on the Lake B & B
Quality Wine Tours
QWIK Solar
Rasta Ranch Vineyards
Ravines Wine Cellars
Reagan’s Canoe and Kayak Livery
Reality Realty
Red Dove Tavern
Red Jacket Orchards
Red Newt Cellars
Regional Access
Relax Inn
RENOVUS Energy, Inc.
Rising Sun Reiki
Robinia Redux Locust Fencepost Plantation
Rooster Fish Brewing
Roots and Wings Performing Arts Academy
Rustic Log Cabins
Sabol Farm
Salubrious Farms
Sapsquatch Pure Maple Products
Sawmill Creek Vineyards
Schank Companies
Seneca BioEnergy
Seneca Chief Guide Services
Seneca General Store
Seneca Harbor Station
Seneca Harbor Wine Center
Seneca Lake General Store
Seneca Lake Vacation Rentals
Seneca Lodge
Seneca Lodge Craft Brewing
Seneca Lodge Lake House
Seneca Physical Therapy of the Finger Lakes, PC
Seneca Sailing Adventures
Seneca Shore Wine Cellars
Seneca Springs Resort
Seneca Strategic Consulting, LLC
Seneca Sunrise Coffee
Seneca Wine Boat Tours
Senecayuga Properties, LLC.
September Hill Midwifery
Shalestone Vineyards
Shaw Vineyards
Sheldrake Point Vineyards
Showboat Motel and Restaurant
Silver Springs Winery
Silver Thread Vineyards
Six Circles Farm
Skyland Gallery
Skyland Guest House
Snug Planet and Snug Solutions
Solar Systems Unlimited
Southern Tier Hops
Squires Accounting and Tax Services Inc.
Stalks and Stones
Standing Stone Vineyard
Staving Artist Woodwork
Stick and Stone Farm
Stomping Grounds
Stone Pillow Pottery
StoneBoat Computing Solutions
Stonecat Cafe
Stony Lonesome Farms LLC
Studio West
subject2change Media
Summit to Stream Adventures
Sun Dance Creations
Sun Garden Grille
Sunrise Hill Vineyards
Sunrise Landing B & B
Sunset on Seneca B&B
Sunshine Natural Foods
Sustainable Viticulture Systems-Proprietor
Suzanne’s Fine Regional Cuisine
Swamp Road Baskets
Swedish Hill, Goose Watch, and Penguin Bay Wineries
Sweet Chariot Livery
Sweet Mother Nature
Tabora Vineyards
TAITEM Engineering PC
The Black Sheep Inn
The Burns Sisters
The Elf in the Oak
The Good Life Farm
The Keep at Newell Farm
The Last Word
The Pearl of Seneca Lake B & B
The Piggery
The Soap Garden
The Water Cottage
The White Gazebo
Themis and Thread
Think Topography
Thomas Merrill Professional Land Surveyor
Three Brothers Wineries
Three Swallows Farm
Three Tree Inn B & B
Thunder Mountain Foods
Thyme Stands Still Fruit and Vegetables
Tim McKinney, Photographer/Writer/Woodworker
Tim Regan
Tim Wells- Furniture Maker
Tom Blecher
Tom Weidemann
Tree Gate Farm
Turbo Taxi
Two Goats Brewing
Two Sisters Cottage on Seneca Lake
Unique Pool Service
Upstate Energy Solutions
Vaping Bad
Ventosa Vineyards
Villa Bellangelo
Waterloo Container
Waterloo Custom Apparel and Gifts
Watkins Glen Massage
Watkins Glen Wine and Spirits
Wayne Schutz
West Haven Farm
West Main Kitchen
West Side Wine and Spirits
White Gazebo Inn
White Wizard Consulting, LLC
Wide Awake Bakery
Wild Flower Cafe
Wine a Bit and More
Wine Forward
Wine on Ice
Wixom Farm
Wolf Tree Farm
Zero to Go LLC

Finger Lakes Wine Business Coalition:

Amazing Grace Bed & Breakfast Est. 1999
Argetsinger Vineyards Est. 1996
Atwater Estate Vineyards Est. 1999
A Stone’s Throw Bed & Breakfast Est. 2012
Backacres Vineyard Est. 1947
Bagley’s Poplar Ridge Vineyards Est. 1980
Barnstormer Winery Est. 2013
Barry Family Cellars Est. 2011
Bellangelo Est. 2002
Billsboro Winery Est. 2007
Black Diamond Farm, LLC Est. 1994
Bloomer Creek Vineyard Est. 1999
Bostwick House B&B Est. 2007
Boundary Breaks Vineyard Est. 2008
Bully Hill Vineyards Est. 1970
Ann Cain Crusade Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Est. 2006
Castel Grisch Winery Est. 1986
Catherine Cottages Est. 2003
Cherry Orchard B & B Est. 1988
Clean Team Est. 2000
Climbing Bines Craft Ale Co. and Hop Farm Est. 2013
Compost International Est. 2010
Costello, Cooney & Fearon, PLLC Est. 1896
Cottage Views Bed & Breakfast Est. 2013
Curry Creek Vineyards Est. 2003
Damiani Wine Cellars Est. 2000
Damiani Vineyards Est. 1997
Dan Rapaport Consulting Est. 1982
Davis Vineyard Est. 1998
Dr. Frank’s Vinifera Wine Cellars Est. 1962
Echoes of the Glen Bed & Breakfast Est. 2005
Eli Thomas Art Est. 1990
Eminence Road Farm Winery Est. 2008
Eremita Winery Est. 2011
Experience! The Finger Lakes Est. 2007
Eve’s Cidery Est. 2002
Fall Bright, The Wine Makers Shoppe Est. 1978
Finger Lakes Cider House Est.2014
Finger Lakes Food Company LLC, dba. Verjooz Est. 2009
Finger Lakes Mill Creek Cabins Est. 2006
Finger Lakes Solar Co-op Est. 2014
First Flight Est. 1987
FLX Wienery Est. 2014
Forge Cellars Est. 2008
Frontenac Point Vineyard – Estate Winery Est. 1979
Ginger Cat Bed & Breakfast Est. 2008
Ginny Lee Cafe Est. 1983
Good for Business Est. 1999
Goose Watch Winery Est. 1997
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards, Inc. Est. 1985
Heart & Hands Wine Company Est. 2006
Hector Wine Company Est. 2009
Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyards Est.1979
Heron Hill Vineyard Est. 1977
Hidden Marsh Distillery Est. 2007
Hosmer Winery Est. 1985
Hunt Country Vineyard Est. 1981
Idol Ridge Winery Est. 2013
Ingle Vineyard Est. 1972
Inspire Moore Winery and Vineyard Est. 2007
Interludes Est. 2000
Italy Hill Produce Est. 2009

J. Crytzer Woodworking Est. 2003

J.R. Dill Winery Est. 2009

Keuka Spring Vineyards Est. 1985

King Ferry makers of Treleaven Wines Est. 1984

Lacey Magruder Vineyard & Winery Est. 2011

Lake House & Cottage Rental Est. 1997

Lakeshore Winery Est. 1982

Lamoreaux Landing Wine Cellars Est. 1990

Loan Chiropractic Est. 1986

Locke’s Glen, LLC Vacation Rentals Est. 2015

Lost Kingdom Brewery Est. 2014

Macro Mamas Est. 1992

Magnolia Place Bed & Breakfast Est. 1997

McGregor Vineyard Est. 1971

Medleys Est. 1993

Montezuma Winery Est. 2001

Nautical Nights Est. 2000

Nedloh Brewing Company Est. 2014

New Vines Bed & Breakfast Est. 2007

Northside Wine and Spirits

NYSP2I Est. 2005

Old Fashioned Flowers, Fernville Farm Est. 2011

O-Neh-Da & Eagle Crest Vineyards Est. 1872

Peggy Haine – Food and Wine Writer Est. 1984

Penguin Bay Winery Est. 2006

Pompous Ass Winery Est. 2008

Ports of New York, Est. 2000

Rasta Ranch Vineyards Est. 1993

Ravines Wine Cellar Est. 2000

Redbyrd Orchard Cider Est.2010

Red Newt Cellars, Inc. Est. 1998

Regional Access Est. 1989

Renovus Energy Est. 2003

Robinia Redux Locust Fence Post Plantation Est. 1979

Sawmill Creek Vineyard Est. 1852

Savor Life Radio Est. 1994

Seneca 7 Est. 2011

Shalestone Vineyards, LLC Est. 1995

Shaw Vineyard Est. 1980

Sheldrake Point Winery Est. 1997

Silver Springs Winery LLC Est. 2001

Silver Thread Vineyard Est.1991

South Hill Cider Est. 2013

Stone Boat Computing Est. 2011

Stone Cat Cafe Est. 1999

Stone Pillow Pottery Est. 2012

Stoney Lonesome Farm, LLC Est. 2012

Strategic Coaching Est. 2014

Sun Dance Creations Est. 1998

Sunrise Landing Bed and Breakfast Est. 2004

Sustainable Viticulture Systems Est. 2013

Suzanne Fine Regional Cuisine Est. 2003

Swedish Hill Vineyard, Inc. Est. 1985

Themis and Thread Est.2013

The OCD Art Galley Est. 2013

The Pearl of Seneca Lake, Inc. Est. 2005

Three Brothers Wineries and Estates Est. 2007

The Rose Petal Inn Est. 2014

Two Goats Brewing Est. 2010

Ventosa Vineyards Est. 2005

Vineyard View Winery Est. 2013

Wagner Valley Brewing Company Est. 1997

Wagner Vineyards Est.1976

Wide Awake Bakery Est. 2010