October 1, 2016

Visiting Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture on Facebook

If you're ever in the New York City area, please plan a visit to Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, about 45-minutes outside Manhattan - it is one of my favorite places.

Stone Barns Center is a four-season farm and educational facility whose mission is to celebrate year-round farm-to-table agriculture and to promote the connection between farming and eating. Stone Barns is open to the public all year long, so visitors can learn about the innovative gardening and farming techniques they practice.

This week, I went to Stone Barns for The New York Times "Food for Tomorrow" Conference. While there, I hosted a special Facebook LIVE with farm director, Jack Algiere. But first, I sat down with NYT food editor, Sam Sifton, for a very fun and interesting interview for their Facebook LIVE broadcast. Enjoy these photos. And, if you missed either of the shows, just click on the highlighted links above.