An evangelist for vertical farms.
Meanwhile, Citymeals-on-Wheels, the nonprofit that provides hot weekend meals to the homebound elderly, has teamed up with GrowNYC to deliver fresh fruit and vegetables.
Local Land Trusts help cover farmers’ assets.
An upstate startup only stocks seeds that ♥ NY.
One determined New Yorker learned food stamps can be spent on seeds and seedlings—and set out to change the world.
This not-for-profit believes we can drink our way to prison reform.
New Yorkers sure do like their chili; when we arrived at Sunday’s Chili Fest at Chelsea Market, the line from the Tenth Avenue entrance stretched halfway back to Ninth. Altogether, more than 1000 people jammed into the market to sample 22 different chilis made by shops and restaurants around the city. To supply the meat bound for all those bowls, Dickson’s Farmstand Meats had been saving up its beef trimmings for a couple of months. And that means all of them; Gramercy Tavern’s chili should have been called Tongue ‘n’ Cheek, because that’s what it was made of.
This upstate, orchard-based distillery spins homegrown fruit into luscious liquor.
An innovative entrepreneur is fighting global poverty with high-end alcohol.
Cider Week is a celebration of apple alcohol and all the benefits it can bring to local orchards and drinkers alike.
In Chelsea Market, a conscientious capitalist carnivore.
Despite a modest demeanor and a London address, he might be New York’s most influential cook.