Trump’s presidency is taking root. What will it mean for Long Island’s farmers?
I sat down with my friend and oyster farmer Karen Rivara one Saturday night to conduct this interview. We began with beer and oysters,…
Karen Rivara, of the Shellfisher Preserve, on breeding oysters to Marvin Gaye and why farmers complain.
At press conferences across the state, farm bureau members voice concern about the future of farming.
Jessica Anson will join the Farm Bureau as its new Public Policy Director.
The seasonal marching band starts off with the big brass of asparagus.
A tireless advocate for farmers hangs up his cap while still thinking ahead. • Photograph by Sal Jackson
After 26 years as the head of the nonprofit working for the farmers of Long Island, Joseph M. Gergela III will be retiring by the end of the year.
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.
Joe Tremblay, owner of Bay Burger in Sag Harbor, never ceases to amaze with his innovative Americana offerings: seasonal veggie sides, a grassfed upgrade, and uber-popular ice cream. But his sights now extend beyond the grill to an ocean-based crop he thinks Long Island should be raising more of: kelp.
Food and wine are perennial holiday gifts. At Edible, obviously, we like to keep it local. Some are old favorites and others are newcomers…
The local chapter of the American Farm Bureau celebrates 100 years of advising and helping those who work the land.