Did you know that the oldest continuously farmed land in New York State is in Queens?
Ten ducks at the Weeksville Heritage Center provide the goods for Breukelen Coffee House's quiche.
New Yorkers raising birds in their backyards said they like the organic eggs and fun of having a pet.
Fresh fruits and vegetables grown in the borough will be for sale every Thursday on Eastern Parkway.
Visitors to the Battery Urban Farm will be able to hand-pick their own harvest in July and August.
The eatery will train two students from Urban Assembly for Green Careers in the restaurant trade.
A variety of vendors will sell everything inspired by bees, from honey to t-shirts.
The Hattie Carthen Garden in Bed-Stuy unveiled the memorial to its gardeners.
The 462 Halsey Community Garden received a grant from the American Community Gardening Association.
Vegetables have taken over a science classroom at MS 245 as students learn to farm without soil.
Cooking workshops, bartered classes and art performances are part of nearly three months of events.
Heritage Farm at Snug Harbor Cultural Center will open up a farm stand to sell locally grown produce.
Jenna Spevack's new exhibit features greens planted in and under common furniture.
The world's largest rooftop farm is set to open in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, in 2013.
La Finca del Sur, a 2.5-acre farm on 138th Street, will host a neighborhood celebration on Saturday.
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