Rockland County News

It’s that time of year! Strawberries are ripening and fresh goods from the garden are close at hand.  Haven’t gotten your strawberry fix yet? Visit one of our members to indulge your taste buds! 

It’s also the time to get your veggie garden moving along, if you haven’t done so already. There are many seedlings still available for you to take under your wing.  It’s not too late to start beans, kale, corn, cucumbers, melons, pumpkins, squash, or melons from seed.  Leafy greens and carrots can still be started from seed as well and can be planted every other week for continued harvest throughout the summer.  Need more information on your vegetables? Visit Rockland CCE’s Vegetable Planting Guide.

Food News

05/29/2013 Nyack News and Views

“New” farms are cropping up in Rockland County. There is a resurgence of farming, but not necessarily the large family farms that were historically plowed and planted in the early history of the county. The “new” farmers are interested in growing fresh, organic produce on...

04/24/2013 Rockland County Times

Social services agency Catholic Community Services of Rockland today announced a new county-wide initiative to provide more fresh fruits and vegetables to those most in need. The Haverstraw-based nonprofit unveiled “Produce the Produce” to a crowd of participants and supporters gathered Saturday...

03/18/2013 Rockland County Times

For the first time, Rockland County will be host to a craft beer festival. Organizers say the event, featuring over 30 breweries, will be the premier craft beer sampling event in the lower Hudson Valley.

The outdoor area of the Growler & Gill Craft Beer Shoppe, 148 E. Rt. 59 Nanuet,...

02/14/2013 Rockland County Times

Nyack – New York State Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee announced her selection to chair the State Assembly’s Task Force on Food, Farm, and Nutrition Advocacy during an appearance at the Winter Farmer’s Market at the Nyack Center.

Joined onstage by Rockland Meals on Wheels...

01/07/2013 Farming Our Future

Craryville, New York, January 7, 2013 - FamilyFarmed founder and President Jim Slama, a national figure in the local-food movement, will deliver the keynote address at the second annual Farming Our Future – Growing Food, Farms, and Community conference on February 23rd, 2013 at Taconic Hills...

01/03/2013 Rockland County Times

On Saturday, January 12, at 9 a.m., regional farmers and vendors will return for the fifth season of the Palisades Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market. Located in a charming schoolhouse built in 1870, the farmers’ market is open every Saturday through May 18, rain, snow or shine, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

12/10/2012 Growing Produce

The drought of 2012 had a significant impact on most growers across the nation. But while commodity farmers of crops like corn, wheat, and soybeans were able to write off their crops before the harvest was even upon them, vegetable growers haven’t been so lucky.

As of mid-...

11/28/2012 The Putnam County News and Recorder

New York – New York State and federal officials remind those affected by Hurricane Sandy that they have 30 days left to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for possible federal disaster assistance.

Applications must be received by Monday, Dec. 31...

11/28/2012 New City Patch

Editor's Note: the following is user-generated

Devotees of fresh food and produce, baked delicacies, savory spreads and sweet “somethings” will not have to hibernate this winter. All are welcome to indulge their love of good things at Nyack’s first-ever indoor Winter Farmers’ Market, set...

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