The Wolf and Wallkill View Farm Market in New Paltz have teamed up again this Spring so you can win $500 to spend on your yard and garden.

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Winter has thawed and Spring is popping up all over. Everywhere you look you can see buds just waiting to burst. The Wolf and Wallkill View Farm Market want you to show us what's budding in your world.

Show Us Your Buds with Wallkill View Farm Market in New Paltz

Upload a picture of your spring buds through the Wolf Country App. We will put you in the running for a $500 Gift Card to spend at Wallkill View Farm Market in New Paltz plus you will have bud bragging rights in the Wolf Bud Gallery with all the other entries.

Springtime tree flower blooms in Duluth, MN
Nick Cooper - TSM Duluth
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With Spring officially underway it is time to start thinking about your garden and what you are going to need to make it beautiful this year. Wallkill View Farm Market a third-generation family-owned and operated farm can help with their amazing selection in their greenhouses plus their farm-fresh produce, freshly baked goodies and so many gifts in their farm shop.

An Ulster County Favorite: Wallkill View Farm Market in New Paltz

Open for the 2022 season officially on March 31st, Wallkill View Farm Market is a four-season farm market and Spring is one of their busiest with their wide variety of annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and more throughout their garden center. If you are the grand prize winner you are going to love having $500 to spend at Wallkill View Farm Market for your yard and garden.

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