Black Farmers’ Pathways To Success Webinar Series

Tune into to explore how Black farmers can thrive despite systematic barriers, focusing on the challenges and successes of several farmers connected to Farm School NYC, Continue Reading →

College Students Spend Spring Break Building Working With Harlem Grown

While many of their friends are off at the beach or elsewhere kicking back this week, a group of Cornell University students is spending their spring break sleeping on a church floor, waking up at dawn, and getting their hands dirty. And they’re enjoying it. Continue Reading →

From Hudson To Harlem, The Migliorelli Farm

tumblr_nvid9i2dkR1r725wio5_500We thought it would be great to introduce you to one of the farmers who sells their foods with Down to Earth Farmers Markets at Morningside Park Farmers Market in Harlem every week on the corner of 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue. Continue Reading →


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