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We are currently more active on Facebook as it’s easier to use and doesn’t limit video files. Check us out there:


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Learn Final Cut Pro at Newton Farm

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Real Food Campaign

Today went to a fascinating introduction to nutrient dense crop production, an innovative system of farming to produce more nutritious food by focusing on soil health and dynamics. Really looking forward to their Fall course at Stonebarns, check it out here http://realfoodcampaign.org.

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Morning sunflowers and Hon Tsai Tai

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Organic Tatsoi

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Organic Garlic

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Coming soon…

A flyer we made using an aerial shot of the farm.  Cheers!

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Memorial Day weekend

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Spring planting schedule

May 15-16. A good weekend’s work just gone. Warm, sunny weather with a breeze. We planted Red Sails, Waldmann’s, and, Antares Oakleaf lettuces, Space Spinach, Bordeaux Spinach, Pac Choi and Senposai (Chinese greens), Bright Lights Chard (multi colored stems), Green Wave Mustard, Rainbow Carrots (multi color), Red and Golden Beets, Oregon Giant  Snow Peas, Turnips, and transplanted Fiesta OG Broccoli and Arugula.

A grass mowing marathon on Sunday produced piles of mulch for future use, and we rolled out the irrigation system to give the Extra Hardy German garlic and Egyptian onions a good drink.

Meanwhile Stella found a groundhog under one of the barns.

Lola and Marvin enjoyed the sun and warm flagstones.

A view from the far end of the meadow, the market garden is in the distance at the other end, just before the tree line.

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Set in a high mountain valley, in the heart of the Catskill Region, Newton Farm is a working organic farm on 50 acres of rolling pasture and woodland. Built in the 1840’s by John Newton, it is now owned by Lynn Loflin, who was an award winning restaurateur in NYC for 25 years.

Over the current season we’ll be posting regular reports and pictures on this year’s crop of vegetables, eventually selling these direct to you, and, supplying some restaurants in Brooklyn and the Lower East Side. We plan to post an update every week or so and we can also be contacted by email.

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