New support from New York State and The Peconic Land Trust is coming to support Long Island’s newest farmers.
Invest now to get fresh local produce and poultry all summer long.
At Browder’s Birds, we get a lot of visitors. It is very rewarding to show off our healthy, happy animals and explain how we farm using rotational grazing with mobile structures and portable fencing. We are always transparent at our farm and you can see our animals in the brooder, out on pasture and even on processing day. Lately, we have had a lot of chefs stop by the farm to learn more about the ingredients they feature!
That’s right, the North Fork’s Browder’s Birds have begun a locavore poultry project that is sure to have you singing, “It’s the circle of life,” in no time. Mattituck’s organic free-range chicken farmers are currently feeding two of their flocks scraps from the highly touted North Fork Table and Inn and the chickens will ultimately appear on the restaurant’s menu on the weekend of July 25.
Each year the opening of the tourist information booths run by the North Fork Promotional Council mark a change of season. We’re ready for…
One of this winter’s greatest success stories has been the Riverhead Farmers Market. Packed to the gills every Saturday in the old Swezey’s space…
Since the lead-up to its stellar debut in February, the Riverhead farmers market has been drawing crowds and new vendors, and will now be open year-round.
Just like a CSA, members don’t know what they’re getting until they open the box (or the e-mail with the news). This is a great way to supplement your weekly fish buying and try out new species.
The voting was furious; more than 1,000 people visited our website to check out the ballot for 2014’s Local Heroes. And all voted with…
Each year Edible Communities, the family of local food magazines, of which Edible East End is a member, gives its readers an opportunity to acknowledge and recognize the dedication and work of our local heroes: the farmers, chefs, merchants, food artisans and nonprofit organizations that feed us.
Trending topics that have kicked off the month of February on the East End of Long Island are the arctic blasts and the Riverhead Farmers Market — polar opposites: an oppressive freeze and a nourishing thaw.
Eating local is getting easier and easier on the East End.