Join us on Earth Day to celebrate Mother Nature.

We have invited farmers, food producers, gardeners, educators, artists and environmentalists to join us. You’ll be able to buy plants, source seeds, taste, sip and shop local delights. Stroll the lovely lawns of St. Joseph Villa and talk with a wide range of local community activists about the work being done across the forks to help keep our soils and waters healthy and insure good, clean and fair food productivity for future generations.
Vendors and participants include:
  • 1760 Homestead Farm An historic farm committed to healthy soils that produce healthy food, will have plants, eggs, honey and more for sale.
  • A Book Place Boutique An independent Riverhead bookshop with titles for the whole family to enjoy.
  • Adrift, New York Decorative art and objects designed with locally foraged shells, driftwood, stones and beach treasures.
  • Balo’s Foods, North Fork Seafood Truck Delicious Seafood with a Latin Flare. Featuring tacos, empanadas and so much more.
  • Cornell Cooperative Wild Capture Fisheries Department Learn more about how and why eating local fish matters and where to find near you.
  • East End Food Institute Connecting farmers with consumers via access to a commercial kitchen to produce shelf stable goods. Samples for sale.
  • Ecological Culture Initiative A community supported garden with a robust composting program that raises produce for a local food pantry. Learn to make you own great compost.
  • Food Rescue US-North Fork, NY Rescuing food waste to fight hunger and help save the planet. Meet the North Fork Chapter leaders.
  • Granola Plant Plant based, all natural, gluten-free, locally made, small batch artisanal granola.
  • Green Door Woodworks Reclaimed wood, locally handcrafted into engaging children’s gifts and fabulous cutting boards.
  • Long Island Wine Country Celebrating 50 years of Long Island wine cultivation and currently 57 unique wine producers. A selection of local wines will be available for purchase.
  • Madeline D’Averesa Watercolors Local artist inspired by local farms, farmers and waterways to create a body of work celebrating nature.
  • Mattituck Mushrooms Wide variety of mushrooms grown locally.
  • Nerdling Acres Flower Stand Small batch, cut-flower North Fork farm known for heirloom and native varieties of annuals and perennials.
  • North Fork Environmental Council Since 1972 focused on local environmental concerns: zero waste, regeneration and composting.
  • Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York Coalition of farmers, gardeners, consumers, promoting sustainable farming & CSAs.
  • Peconic Land Trust Celebrating 40 years of local land preservation for agricultural use by conserving local farms, wetlands and woodland.
  • Relic Design Promoting clean waters by design from beach cleanup stations to reseeding oysters to fight coastal pollution.
  • Shinnecock Kelp Farmers Indigenous women raise sugar kelp to capture nitrogen and carbon, combatting ocean acidification.
  • Sisters of Saint Joseph, Brentwood Long Island order committed to environmental and community wellness by supporting sustainable farming practices.
  • Suzanne Volges Pottery Inspired by plants and botanical forms to create pottery with a natural beauty.
  • Sweet Woodland Farms A North Fork farm committed to healthy soils, using sustainable regeneration to grow medicinal and culinary herbs.
  • Upsculpt Sculpting environmentally conscious art to educate and engage the public about marine debris by creating beauty from waste.
Food and beverages will be available for sale.
The event is free to attend – please register in advance to help us plan.

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