Who are we?

RambleBramble Farm is located in the northwest Catskill Mountains on the west branch of the Delaware River. We are a diversified, sustainable and organic vegetable farm. Our food comes straight from the earth, without any genetic or chemical interventions: we don’t use synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers of any kind, even those approved under organic certification. RambleBramble Farm is committed to food accessibility and food justice. We support our local food pantry, community garden projects, government-subsidized food programs, and affordable pricing for lower-income community members.

Looking for us?

RambleBramble Farm
Mail: PO Box 715, Bloomville, New York, 13739
Physical/Freight Address: 56508 State Highway 10, South Kortright, New York 13842
Phone: 607-538-4036
Twitter: @ramblefarm
Instagram: @ramblefarm
Website: (you are here!)

Farmers and Farm-makers:


RambleBramble Farm was started in 2012 by Jamie Skye Bianco, who has over two decades of experience in clean vegetable growing. She is the owner, farm manager, and veggie and seedling wrangler. She drives the tractor.


Nicole Starosielski is co-farmer at RambleBramble, and is master of spreadsheets and all things organizational and administrative.


Marcha Johnson is the media manager/web developer. She likes to get her hands dirty and learn about all the different varieties of melons and greens. She also adores the pups and qitten.


Norrsken aka Norrska (norsh-ska) aka Farm Dog is the youngest member of the farm team, and thus far her achievements include collecting sticks and testing the temperature of the pond and river.


Oscar aka Scar is in the business of hospitality, and helps to meet and greet all guests on the farm (bark bark bark bark). He is in charge of waste patrol, and refuses to allow a single morsel of food on the farm to go to waste.


Qitteh aka Qitten is the resident mousing technician. She is very good at her job.


Buckaroo aka Roo, works as woodchuck patrol in the RambleBramble fields. He also works tirelessly at locating the most comfortable spot on the farm to take a nap.