Easter Flowers This Weekend

Easter Flowers This Weekend at the Farm! Store hours this weekend: Friday and Saturday from 10 to 6 Sunday from 10 to 2 Our 50% off sale for selected items continues. 2016 CSA discount books are available. Booklets can be purchased online or in the store. They are a great way to support the farm while getting a store discount on items of your choice. We will also have a small assortment of our own winter grown vegetables: daikon radish, lettuce, carrots, and arugula. We have firewood! Available by the bundle, 1/4 cord, 1/2 cord, and full cord. Taste of the Farmers Market Our regular farmers market is moving to Saturday mornings this year! The market will start in June, but on April 23rd

Pop Up Saturday 3/12

This Saturday the farm store is open for our continuing 50% off sale and our buyer's club members order pick ups. We will also have some Spring flowers for the Spring fever gardeners out there! We also have 2016 CSA discount books available. This Saturday is also our first volunteer orientation and field clean up day! Come down to the farm, shop, volunteer, visit the animals, and play on the playground! The forecast is for 57 degrees and sunny! Hello Spring! We hope to see you! All of us look forward to seeing you around the farm!

Sunshine Days Camp Returns for 2016!

Crossroads Farm is happy to announce that we will again be hosting a day camp program right here at the farm. It will be held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 am to 1 pm during 5 weeks in July and August, rain or shine. For specific enrollment dates and special rates for pre-enrollment, please click here. We are accepting children between the ages of 8 and 10, but we are flexible to a child of any age who wants to have fun on the farm! Our themes for each day will include gardening, farming and farm animals; art and its influence found in the environment; food and nutrition; and insects. Our fun will start at our meeting place--the picnic tables on the patio--where the adventure be

Visiting Farm Purveyors on the North Fork

Stephanie, Judi, and I spent a wonderful day on the North Fork last week visiting established suppliers and hunting for new ones. We got to visit old friends and make new aquaintances. Each stop was enjoyable and educational. Art Tillman, a great friend of the farm and a one-time Malverne resident, and his daughter Leah Sullivan served as our guides. The first stop was the North Fork Potato Chip factory. Martin Sidor, who owns and operates North Fork Potato Chips as well as Martin Sidor Farm where most of the potatoes for the chips come from, welcomed us for the tour. Martin Sidor talking about making potato chips. Much of the work is hands on. From left to right: Martin Sidor, Judi Con

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Crossroads Farm at Grossmann's
480 Hempstead Avenue
Malverne, NY 11565