Westport Yacht Club

Address: 44 Old Arsenal Rd, Westport, NY 12993
Phone:  (518) 962-8777



Website: https://www.westportyachtclubny.com/

The restaurant, a long-time favorite of Lake Champlain boaters, first opened as a private club and was transformed into a public restaurant in the 1980s. Emily and Scott have family ties to Westport going back several generations. They currently own and operate Braeburn Tavern in Saratoga Springs, NY. Chef Scott’s seasonal menus specialize in American cuisine, drawing influences from his experiences in kitchens from Colorado to Boston to Southern California. Emily brings over 20 years of front-of-the-house experience to developing a creative drink menu and global wine list as well as managing a loyal team whose family-like dynamic provides uplifting service.

The Westport Yacht Club is open during the summer season.  Check website for specific dates and hours.

Jade Mountain Inc.

6588 Main Street, Westport

Jade Mountain Inc., is a full-fabrication shop, which is now working on several innovative projects inspired by the local landscape, including collapsible fly rods, solar composters and sliding snowshoes.

International Paper


International Paper is one of the world’s leading producers of fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper, and create packaging products that protect and promote goods, enable worldwide commerce and keep consumers safe; pulp for diapers, tissue and other personal hygiene products that promote health and wellness; and papers that facilitate education and communication.

Essex Editions

(518) 310-2277, PO Box 25 · Essex, NY 12936


Essex Editions offers a hybrid publishing model that they call artisanal media. Think of it as mentored publishing and promotion for indies. Indie authors. Indie artists. Indie makers and entrepreneurs and activists. Think of Essex Editions as your reliable partner and your experienced coach.

Adirondack Harvest

8487 U.S. Route 9,
Lewis, NY 12950
(518) 962-4810



Adirondack Harvest is a community organization formed out of concern for the loss and abandonment of farmland in the Adirondacks. Members realized that to keep local food available and to preserve the scenic vistas that farmland provides, farming needs to be profitable. Founding members also had a strong commitment to sustainable farms and wanted to insure that farm-fresh food is available. We currently operate as a program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Essex County.

Since its inception in 2001, Adirondack Harvest has grown to encompass Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Warren, St. Lawrence, Lewis and Jefferson counties in northeastern New York. These counties contain major sections of the Adirondack Park and the Champlain Valley. Other portions of counties located within the Adirondack Park are also participating members including Herkimer, Oneida, Saratoga and Washington. Our focus has been on expanding markets for local farm products so that consumers have more choice of fresh farm products and on assisting farmers to increase sustainable production to meet the expanding markets.