Contrary to an earlier, inaccurate report: Local, commercially caught fish remains your—and the planet’s—best choice.
With the dangers of climate change looming over Long Island’s coastal landscape, farmers share what the future holds for the East End.
A call to ‘ramp’ up conservation efforts.
But it’s not all bad news: Suffolk County still comes in first in total sales in crops.
Nuisance permits are issued to promote population control. Are they also the key to feeding our local population?
Ahead of the midterms, the Edible team had breakfast with Perry Gershon in Bridgehampton. Read on to find out where he stands on some of the issues that matter most.
“If you drive a car and pass a farm stand,” said Neil Young, “you stop and make a purchase.” Can we get an amen?
To care about food—in that visceral, gut-wrenching, true way—is to care about the welfare of those who source, prepare, and serve it.
Join the Peconic Land Trust on Friday, February 16, for a screening of the film Growing Farmers, followed by a conversation with the film’s director, Michael Halsband, and some favorite local farmers.
Meet the organization working to feed the most vulnerable members of our community.
Proposed changes to the zoning code regarding wineries are up for debate in Southold tonight.
New support from New York State and The Peconic Land Trust is coming to support Long Island’s newest farmers.