In this feature on the Brooklyn Grange, one of the premier urban farms in the country, we ask: are there ways that rural and urban farms can work together to reform the food system?
Kiva and Greenhorns working together to help small farmers grow their businesses Katrina and Keely, Founders of Tinyfield Farm in Brooklyn, NY The Greenhorns and Kiva are working together to help farmers access the capital and customers they need to successfully grow their businesses. Over the next few months, The Greenhorns will host a series […]
Tickets are now available for the 12th annual Rural Route Film Festival! Get yer Opening Night tix at Brooklyn Grange here! Get yer Museum of the Moving Image tix here! The line-up includes a mix of new movies and all-time classics, plus top notch shorts from around the globe. Features include Yared Zeleke’s LAMB (“Sheer brilliance knits […]
GOOD DIRT is a multimedia performance based on real stories from six diverse farm families in the Hudson Valley. Written by Jeremy Davidson and directed by Mary Stuart Masterson of Storyhorse Documentary Theater, GOOD DIRT illustrates the fragility of our agricultural heritage and inspires the audience to rebuild what’s been lost. APRIL 10, 2016 // PREMIER Show starts at […]
cheap tickets, cheap beers, and gowanus. At The Bell House The struggle and Valor of young farmers in America Come see the film and bring friends! Purchase Advance Tickets. Visit the Facebook Event Page
If you're in NYC, or anywhere close, this will be an amazing day. There are dozens of workshops planned, including "Passing the hoe: our new farmers share stories and experiences". See you there... Brooklyn Food Conference A grassroots event for a just, secure, sustainable, healthy and delicious food system. A project of the Brooklyn Food […]