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Who’s Farming with the Trust in 2021?

Farms for the Future
April 2, 2021

Have you noticed all the activity in the fields! The 2021 growing season is upon us and the Trust staff has been busy working with the many farmers who lease land from the Trust.

This year, we are working with 38 different farmers on over 200 acres of farmland. The farmland covers the East End from Edwards Farm in Orient on the North Fork to the Deborah Light Preserve in Amagansett on the South Fork. The Trust also manages the leases for the Sisters of St. Joseph in Brentwood. See below for a full list of farmers leasing from the Trust as part of our Farms for the Future Initiative.

2021 Farmers on Peconic Land Trust Farmland


North Fork:

At the Ag Center (Southold)

Deep Roots Farm: fruits and vegetables and pasture-raised animals, 

Sang Lee Farms: vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers, 

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Deep Roots Farm

Ag Center/Charnews Incubator Fields (Southold)

Akio Shoji: Japanese vegetables

Fire for Effect Farm: vegetables

Hampton Oyster Co.: oysters

Heirloom Taste: tomatoes and other heirloom varieties

Mighty Acre Farm: organic produce, cut flowers, and herbs,

Pastured Provisions Farm: poultry

Priscilla’s Farm: vegetables and flowers

Sweet Woodland Farm: medicinal and culinary herbs

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Tim Curry, Fire for Effect Farms

Edwards Farm (Orient)

East End Flower Farm: sunflowers

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North Fork Stewardship Center (Cutchogue)

McCall Ranch: cattle

Peconic Escargot: snails


Shellfisher Preserve (Southold)

Noank Aquaculture Cooperative: shellfish

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Shellfisher Preserve

South Fork:


Deborah Light Preserve (Amagansett)

Amber Waves Farm: vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers

Balsam Farms: vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers

Bees’ Needs: honey

Mike Tracey: vegetables

Ocean to Earth Gardens: vegetables, herbs, and flowers

Sand & Soil: vegetables

Summerhill Farm: trees and plants (nursery)

Three Sons Farm: vegetables donated to local food pantries

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Balsam Farm Stand

Hayground Farm (Bridgehampton)

Bonac Bees: honey

Remi Wesnofske Farms: vegetables

Yellow Farm Barn: vegetables


Raynor Dibble (Eastport)

Sag Harbor Honey: honey


Schleicher Preserve (Bridgehampton)

Mecox Bay Dairy: vegetables


Town Lane Preserve (Amagansett)

Amagansett Sea Salt: sea salt

The Hoppy Acre: hops and peppers


Wellde/Sugar Mountain Preserve (Sagaponack)

Pike Farms: vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers

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Flowers at Pikes Farm

Sister of St. Joseph (Brentwood)

Island Harvest: vegetables

Long Island Greens, LLC: vegetables

Long Island Native Plant Initiative (LINPI): native plants

Napolitano Family Farm: vegetables

Red Fox Farm: vegetables, garlic and herbs

S.T.R.O.N.G. Youth: vegetables

Suffolk County Democratic Socialists of America: food forest

Thera Farms: vegetables and flowers

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Napolitano Farm at the Sisters of St. Joseph

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