This Month on the Farm
Some of our favorite crops are finally in season across the region: tomatoes, sweet corn, and peaches galore! It’s a great time to visit the farm and escape the heat of the city or at least check out the gorgeous pictures below.
It has been a very hot summer. Despite the storms in the city, some farming areas have been very dry, and farmers are praying for rain. Lots of delicious summer crops like corn and tomatoes were ready at farms further south. Additionally, farmers are already planting crops for the fall. It’s a very busy time for…
A warm spring led to an abundant start of summer. Farms through the New York region started sending out their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares, and we are all finally enjoying a copious spread of fresh, local produce every day!
Farms all over the New York region are harvesting their first crops of the season – from salad greens to strawberries – and planting for late-season crops.
Spring is finally in full swing, and farms across the region are preparing fields and planting seedlings – even oysters! Before you know it, we’ll be enjoying the (literal) fruits of their labor.
Snow continued to blanket the greater New York region for much of March, but inside greenhouses seedlings are sprouting. Farms are clearing out their remaining root vegetables from last season and preparing their fields for seeding. Spring has sprung!
Welcome to our first installment of This Month on the Farm! The entire region is freezing cold and blanketed with snow, but work on the farm never stops.