In the quiet little back patio of the Greenpoint Reformed Church, Lineage Farm provides an abundance of fresh, high quality vegetables to Farm Share Members every Saturday morning from June to November. The farmers, Jen and Jon, pile the picnic tables high with their upstate harvest, and members select their choice of items to bring home for the week’s meals. Continue reading
Greetings from Down to Earth Markets, the crew behind the McGolrick Park Farmers Market! We’re open indoors through the winter on Sundays from 11 am to 4 pm. Find us at the Lutheran Church of the Messiah on Russell Street, between Driggs and Nassau Avenues.
It is this Sunday April 21, 2013 from 3-6pm at 59 Java St. Suggested donation is $10 and bring something to feed 6-10 people. Everyone is welcome and there will be plenty to eat and share.
FUN! EARTH! GARDEN!
Did you know there is a commercial hydroponic urban farm on a rooftop in Greenpoint? Have you tried their salads? They are wonderful!
Viraj Puri, the founder and CEO of Gotham Greens, kicks off Wakefield’s Electric Locomotive on Wednesday September 20, 2012 at 6:30pm with a talk about how this magical farm on top of an old bowling alley in North Brooklyn came to be.
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The wonderful folks at Ovenly will provide treats for all.