Stony Kill Farm is located on NY 9D in the Town of Fishkill, New York, United States. It is a 1,000+ acre working farm owned and operated by the state Department of Environmental Conservation as an environmental education center.
In 1683, settlers Gulian Verplanck and Francis Rombout bought the 85,000-acre tract, including the farm, from the Wappinger Indians for goods worth approximately $1,250. In 1708 the Great Partition of this land put the area around the farm in the Verplanck family's hands. Instead of working it themselves, they took in tenant farmers to keep the land worked and productive.
Official website http://www.stonykill.org/
Phone +1 845 831 1617
Address 79 Farmstead Lane, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590, USA
Coordinates 41°32'18.391" N -73°57'13.457" E