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.
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New support from New York State and The Peconic Land Trust is coming to support Long Island’s newest farmers.
The Amagansett Food Institute needs feedback from food producers and wholesale buyers.
Does it have anything to do with raw milk? One proud grandma shares.
An oyster cooperative, a land preservation organization, CCE and National Grid team up to fight ground water contamination.
‘Agriculture as we know it, including the production of local food, may very well disappear on Long Island, perhaps within a generation on the South Fork, unless aggressive actions are taken.’
Location is a potential home for the Riverhead Farmers Market.
• Illustrations by Chloe Hoeg
Our top stories of 2014 tell us that what we’re doing is what our readers want: stories about the personalities of our local food makers and where to find the best places to enjoy the fruits of their labors.
A tireless advocate for farmers hangs up his cap while still thinking ahead. • Photograph by Sal Jackson