No tricks here. The East End has mastered the art of the Halloween treat.
Trump’s presidency is taking root. What will it mean for Long Island’s farmers?
Forty-percent of the food produced in this country ends up rotting either in the fields or in landfills. Let’s work together to change that.
A cookbook with chapters on farms all over the U.S. features an East End favorite: Sang Lee.
Commonly foraged foods will be cultivated at this new North Fork farm.
Sang Lee’s Farm Camp for children returns for its second season to grow the next batch of East End farmers.
Learn the techniques necessary to make the harvest last all winter long.
After 12,000 years of agriculture, Sang Lee Farms applies some new technology — drones — to this oldest of professions.
The seasonal marching band starts off with the big brass of asparagus.
Invest now to get fresh local produce and poultry all summer long.
Thanks to all Edible readers who voted and asked their friends to vote for the 2015 Local Heroes. We try every day to remind our community the importance of those who work to better our food supply. And we appreciate when you join in to honor those too. Congrats to all the winners and the nominees.
Last year, we got powerful and passionate responses to our vote for your Local Heroes on the East End. For the past few years,…