Amy Boncardo, executive director of The Queens County Farm Museum, talks about the museum's vineyards, dairy and agriculture programs and what visitors can learn on the 47-acre site.
Sorry, question not posting!
Does the farm grow varietals specific to the 1600's? And what about vegetables specific to that time?
Does the farm grow varietals specific to the 1600'S?
I'd like to recommend checking out the Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum: http://www.wyckoffassociation.org/
The city's oldest standing farmhouse and first official land marked site.
Wyckoff came over from Europe with Stuyvesant.
p.s. I'm a Wyckoff.
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