Interested in getting involved at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm? Volunteer days are the last Sunday of every month starting on May 31. Our Spring apprenticeship program is full. To apply as a June-start apprentice, see the fact sheet below.
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Our open hours are extended on May 12th and 19th so we can offer you the finest potting soil, container gardening soil and compost we can find! McEnroe Farm is also bringing down a HUGE selection of organic […]
We’re at the bookend part of the season when winter seems ready to leave, but spring isn’t fully confident in showing up. If that kind of party makes you feel awkward, spinach is the crop that shows up and knows just how to handle it. In the midst of an otherwise pretty empty landscape, our […]
Calling all you journalism and PR enthusiasts who also like plants: the Rooftop Farm has an internship open!
Join us for a discussion on the Future of Farming, Wednesday 2/27 at 6pm at the New York School of Interior Design (170 East 70th Street, NYC). Part of Wave Hill’s horticultural lecture series; full details here.
We had a magical 2012. From new roosters to wild storms, we weathered the unexpected and dug deep to grow a rich crop of good food and new greenthumbs. Thank you for sharing the season with us. Happy 2013!
We’re CLOSED for the year, but don’t be sad: you can find our hot sauce, chile salt, pickled peppers and other delish products at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar on four (4!!) markets this December. Check the dates on the calendar. See you there.
The Eagle Street Rooftop Farm has partnered up with Marlow and Daughters, the Brooklyn Kitchen, Eat and Ovenly to offered a limited edition hot sauce. You can find the bottles for sale at their sites (map here) and the proceeds from your purchase go towards the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance and our friends in urban farming devastated by […]
Many have asked how they can help after Hurricane Sandy swept through New York City. We were lucky; the storm tossed a few of our plants around, but no damage we can’t fix before the season ends. For the more hard-struck among our community of brave New Yorkers, we have this list from Greenpointers. City-wide, […]
Post-Hurricane Sandy, the rooftop farm is recovering from 70 mph winds and a drop in temperature. The chickens were safely ensconced in the market room, and all harvestable crops were picked on the Sunday before the storm. What remains –kale, spinach, radishes– is sure to bounce back as the blue skies make their way back […]