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What It Means to Be A Farmer

For our March / April issue, we set out to answer that very question. Our journey took us to several farms throughout Northern Westchester and beyond, learning how to cultivate the land, raise livestock, innovate the way farming is done and work with the community.

Enjoy our time with Stone Barns Center, John Boy’s Farm, Orchard Hill Organics and D.I.G. Farm. We are thankful to their assistance in making this video. We also want to thank the dozens of other farms that worked with us for our March / April 2023 issue.

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View our March / April 2023 trailer.

Our Covers

Our March / April 2023 front cover symbolizes growth and springtime. The colors and forms illustrate the life of a farmer – sowing seeds, watching things grow and living within the day and the season. Up close, the colors reflect the sunrise and the soil, but when you view it from a distance, the colors and image transform into an abstract flower design.

The back cover art is titled “Finding A Lover,” by local artist Carol Bouyoucos. This abstract collage is an explosion of florals and colors, immediately celebrating the season of spring as it arrives in the coming weeks. Bouyoucos’ work is also featured inside this issue as the illustration for our Connecting with the Land article on soil (page 30).

Take a brief tour of Storm King’s art installations.

Peek inside Bedford Hill’s Mill River Supply.