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Through Farms and Fields 2021: A Virtual Experience

Become a Sponsor Today!

A Celebration of Our Local Bounty

Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 4 pm


Click here to register for the Zoom program.

Click here for details on the 2021 Sponsorships and to make a gift today.

Proceeds from Through Farms and Fields will benefit our Farms for the Future Initiative and our stewardship program.

Over the years, you have made Through Farms and Fields one of the Trust’s most popular and enjoyable events. We hope that you and all your family and friends are healthy. We are truly disappointed that we won’t be gathering again this year for our traditional country supper.

But the mission of the Peconic Land Trust goes on!

Since our founding in 1983, the conservation of working farms has been a key element of our work, helping to protect over 6,000 acres of farmland on Long Island.

Please help us continue this vital work.

Now more important than ever, locally grown produce and farm products provide nourishment and healthy, delicious options close to home. Your generosity helps us do so much on behalf of the farming community and our natural environment. We hope you will make a special gift in support of our Farms for the Future Initiative. And our stewardship activities that make our trails, gardens and nature preserves accessible and welcoming to visitors.

Dickerson farm field

Through Farms and Fields would not be possible without the support of many, including our event sponsors. Please consider joining us today as a sponsor.

2021 Through Farms and Fields Committee:

Carol Mulvihill Ahlers (Chair), Michael Daly, Hatsy Dresher, Nancy Goell, Patty Orben, Judy Saner, and staff members, Amanda Abraham, Alison Delaney, Yvette DeBow-Salsedo, Kathy Kennedy, Julia King, and Bridget Micieli–Martinez.

Enjoy our virtual celebration from Through Farms & Fields 2020


Land Steward

Amanda and Donald Mullen


Jackie LiCalzi and Jill Schlesinger




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