Farm Manager

Tom is a native of Westchester County, New York. While making an effort to eat healthier, he began to notice that fresh, locally-grown produce was often not available in nearby grocery stores. He also found that many of the items that were available contained harmful ingredients or pesticides. With this in mind Tom created Fable: From Farm to Table to provide local residents, restaurants, and grocery stores with a fresh, healthy, and locally grown produce.

When he’s not browsing the latest seed catalog, one can find him kayaking on the Hudson River, hiking in the Catskills, or venturing on a road trip. In 2012 Tom completed his mission of traveling to all 50 states, including a cross country road trip from New York to Alaska. These travels have led Tom to have a deeper appreciation for the environment and desire to help protect it.


Field Manager

With over 20 years experience as a farmer, Bethann loves working with mother nature and could not picture doing anything else. Her experience includes growing leafy greens, herbs, fruiting crops, and edible flowers, as well as inspecting apple orchards. When she is not at Fable you may find her planting small vegetable gardens and edible landscapes around southern New York, teaching homeowners and gardeners how to use their property more efficiently, or playing at home with her six lovely pups.







Greenhouse Grower

Grace graduated from Salve Regina University and helped establish their Hydroponic Club which grew to include over 40 members. She is currently growing flavorful herbs and lettuces in Fable’s greenhouses alongside beautiful and delicious microgreens. She believes sustainable agriculture requires passion and commitment and is excited to continue in this field by contributing to Fable’s mission to be a year-round local source of sustainable, healthy produce.









Cheryl has been maintaining Fable’s hives since May 2016. She has studied at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture and Hilltop Hanover Farm, learning exactly what bees in southern New York require. When Cheryl isn’t at Fable you can find her riding her bike, gardening at home, or eating at one of Westchester’s many farm-to-table restaurants.