About Fable



Father / Film Producer / Farmer

Tom founded Fable because he wanted a source of healthy, nutrient-rich food for his family that was free of harmful pesticides. He felt you shouldn’t have to go out to a restaurant to see beautiful pink watermelon radishes, or to taste delicious, nutty sunflower shoots that pack some crunch. With this in mind he created Fable to provide local residents, restaurants, and grocery stores with fresh, healthy, and locally grown produce. Tom is also a Producer for HBO, Westchester Growers Alliance Board Member, and Green Ossining Sustainability Partnership Honoree.

Market Manager

Anne was Fable’s very first team member, helping us start the farm back in 2015. We grew 720sf of hydroponic herbs, raised 30 chickens, and even filled in the whole former horse ring with an abundance of tomatoes, hot peppers, leafy greens, and even some watermelons (which I believe the wildlife mostly ate). In 2017 she went off to Queens County Farm working her way up to Director of Agriculture, hiring and supervising a team of 10, overseeing vegetable, herb, and fruit production, managing livestock, and helping increase access to affordable food to the community. We couldn’t be more thrilled that Anne has come back as our Market Manager. She is incredibly organized, detail-oriented, and as a multi-talented farmer, incredibly knowledgable about food making her a perfect fit for the Market.

Farm Programming

Mary​ spent many happy years as a social worker and department director at Green Chimneys Farm and Residential Treatment Center where the healing power of animals and nature is used to help children grow. She has directed projects at several residential treatment centers for children and launched garden programs at two local elementary schools. Mary is thrilled to be a part of the fantastic team and mission of Fable, where all good things are rolled into one!

Sales and Distribution

Bill joined Fable in the summer of 2019 and brought with him a wealth of knowledge and experience from prior positions in the food industry including Account Executive for Bimbo Bakeries as well as Area Sales Manager for Coca Cola in nearby Elmsford. He handles distribution for the farm as well as connecting with local restaurants and chefs to help promote healthy, local, and organic produce. After working in the city for several years Bill craved country life and moved to Connecticut. He is an avid vegetable gardener and now practices square foot gardening in raised beds. His interest in agriculture comes from his Grandfather who was originally from a farm in Illinois. Photo coming soon.