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From an old extract remedy created by Native Americans...and many hours of research, we have created something very special: a new & unique flavor that
 our family loves and we believe that you will love it too! Give it a try today!


 The shagbark hickory tree, a native of northeastern North America, 
is a tall deciduous tree, growing to 80 feet and forming dense shade  
     at maturity. It is not commonly known as an ornamental tree
 despite several interesting characteristics.

Mature shagbarks are easy to recognize because, as their name implies,
they have shaggy bark. This characteristic is, however, only found on
mature trees; young specimens have smooth bark.

Native Americans used all parts of the hickory tree for a variety
of things, including many for medicinal purposes. Common ailments such 
as arthritis pain, headaches & diseases peculiar to women are a few of 
the known medicinal uses as well as an insect repellent, among others.  
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3 FARMERS INN ROAD, HOOSICK FALLS, NY 12090
518~686~4306

HOOsick Hickory's Ongoing Events

~ July 2018 ~

July 7th & 8th ~ From 10 am to 4 pm
We will be at The Shaker Historical Society Craft Fair
Located at 25 Meeting House Road
Albany, New York 12211
This is always a very special event...Don't miss it!!

July 14th ~ From 8am to 4pm
We will be at Grafton's 211th Craft Festival
Located on Route 2 ~ 12 miles East of Troy
Just past the State Park​
Come on by and join the fun!

You can also purchase our products online.

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​RETAIL LOCATIONS

You can find our awesome products at: 

Vine & Branches Gallery
441 Main Street
Main Street, Bennington, VT 05201

Made in Upstate NY
(Located in The Shirt Factory)
153 Maple Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801

The Louis Miller Museum
At The Hoosick Township Historical Society
166 Main Street, Hoosick Falls, NY 12090


We welcome inquiries from retail locations!