Join us for A Night Under the Stars with Malverne Civic Association!
Contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
See What’s at the Farmstand this Weekend
Other Produce and Products:
Org beefsteak tomatoes, red onion, org yellow onion, org sweet potato, org carrots, org zucchini, org mini watermelons
LOCAL: “Rottkamp Farms” Long Island corn, local Honeycrisp apples, local McIntosh apples, local spring mix, local baby spinach, and local prune plums
Jericho Cider Mill: 6″ pies – blueberry, apple raspberry crumb, apple cherry crumb, peach
Crimson & Clove Spices = buy 2 get 1 free
Kookaburra Coffee = Decaf ONLY BOGO Free
All hot sauces = 20% off
Selected Traditional Medicinal Teas = 20% off
Young Farmers Education Program
Each week, young farmers will work with Education Staff alongside Farm Staff to experience what it takes to work on an organic urban farm. Seasonally appropriate activities include seeding, composting, weeding, harvesting and seed saving and more!
6-week series meeting on the following dates 10:00 am -11:30 am:
Check out our Eventbrite page for more information.
Movie Nights At Crossroads Farm
We have one more documentary showing at Crossroads!
Documentary Series Schedule:
September 12, 2019 Queen of the Sun
Join our farm guides Eva & Annie in some seed saving activities PLUS a film screening on September 12th.
5:00 pm – Saving seeds from our fields
7:00 pm – Refreshments
7:30 pm – Film screening
About Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? (From http://www.queenofthesun.com/)
“This film is a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from award-winning filmmaker Taggart Siegel, director of REAL DIRT ON FARMER JOHN . Taking us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees and the mysterious world of the beehive, this engaging and ultimately uplifting film weaves an unusual and dramatic story of the heartfelt struggles of beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world including Michael Pollan, Gunther Hauk and Vandana Shiva. Together they reveal both the problems and the solutions in renewing a culture in balance with nature.”
View the trailer by clicking here.
Harvest Volunteers needed next week!
The fields are alive, we could use a hand with harvesting and processing all our beautiful produce! Come drop in any weekday between 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM.
Join us and get your hands dirty at the farm!
For more information on our volunteer program, check our website’s volunteer section or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark your calendars! Barnyard Event Series 2019
Save the date for our fundraising events this year!
All proceeds raised for our events directly support the farm and our ability to carry out our mission.
Compost at Crossroads
introduces our newest product, compost tea!
– Half gallon container.
– Makes 32 gallons of tea.
– Put 2 ounces per gallon or 1 tablespoon for each quart of water.
– This is the organic compost leachate from organic composted pine shavings, hay and horse manure.
– Contains microorganisms which feed your soil and plants.
– Non-acidic/neutral pH and not treated with lime.
– Composted to between 130°F to 160°F to kill any weed seed and any potential pathogens.
– Approx. 180 ppm of nitrogen
Come on by and pick some up to support your fall garden!
We offer compost in a variety of ways:
1 gallon for $2.00
7.5 gallons for $8.00
One tractor bucket for $25.00
By the yard
1 cubic yard for $60.00
5 cubic yards for $250.00
10 cubic yards for $450.00
For quantities that require tractor use (1 yard plus,) please schedule in advance with our compost manager Joe Castiglia at (347) 925 – 3292.
Our Store Hours
NEW STORE HOURS (now in effect)
OPEN: Friday through Monday from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
CLOSED: T, W, Th