Who’s Farming with the Trust in 2022?

March 22, 2022
Farms for the Future

Spring is here and the 2022 growing season is upon us! Our stewardship staff has been busy working with the many farmers who lease land from the Trust. This year, we are working with 30 different farmers on over 200 acres of farmland. They’re producing everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to cattle to flowers and shellfish. See below for a full list of farmers leasing from the Trust as part of our Farms for the Future Initiative.


Deep Roots Farm

2022 Farmers on Peconic Land Trust Farmland

North Fork:

At the Ag Center (Southold)

Ag Center/Charnews Incubator Fields (Southold)

Barra Farmland (Wading River)

Edwards Farm (Orient)

Mill Lane Preserve (Peconic)

North Fork Stewardship Center (Cutchogue)

Shellfisher Preserve (Southold)


Hayground Farm, Spring 2018

South Fork:

Deborah Ann Light Preserve (Amagansett)

Hayground Farm (Bridgehampton)

Raynor Dibble Preserve (Eastport)

Schleicher Preserve (Bridgehampton) and Sutton Hoo Preserve (Sagaponack)

Town Lane Preserve (Amagansett)

Wellde/Sugar Mountain Preserve (Sagaponack)

  • Pike Farms: vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers
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