Sagaponacka Vodka grows on the Fosters’ fifth-generation farm.
The East End’s oldest community farm carries on.
A family of four stakes a claim with an Icelandic sheep farm.
A farm intern learns to love the interaction between soil and people.
The land was approved for 12 homes; it will now be a working organic farm overseen by Patty Gentry of Early Girl Farm in East Moriches.
A brand of poultry raised on pasture in Southold sets the bar high.
At EECO Farm, a plot is dedicated to supplying South Fork food pantries.
Nassau County’s nexus of nourishment.
A Bridgehampton farmer’s business thrives as his community grows.
A former chef becomes the bringer of bounty.
A community farm helps usher in the latest era in American food culture. By Emily J Weitz • photographs by Lindsay Morris SHELTER ISLAND—Sylvester…
A community of biodynamic growers takes root on the East End.