A few words from editor Gabrielle Langholtz.
Forget food miles. Bobo offers meals eaten inches from where the ingredients grew.
Cityfolk who regularly gather to help farmers weed, hoe or harvest.
Governor’s Island transforms from ghost town to green space.
Last year Serendipitea released Winter Solstice, ripe with apricots, red currants, rosemary, cloves and New York State–grown hops.
Decades of linking farm and city for the benefit of both.
Wild fruits are everywhere—if you look.
A source for spectacular seedlings.
The eminent ecologist on why you should save your leftovers, eat more mangoes and call your elected officials.
How a trial lawyer from Miami became a vaunted Long Island vintner.
Eighty years after the plumed poultry patriarchs became all but obsolete, one farmer considers their place in his own flock’s pecking order.
A portrait of the Greenmarket back in 1977 shows that some things never change.