Long Island Farms & Vineyards
Information and helpful links to Farms & Wineries in Nassau & Suffolk CountiesFarms & Information
Find a Farm Stand
Map to local farm stands, websites, hours of operation and much more.
Find a Farmer's Market
Map showing locations and hours of Farmers Markets selling local Long Island vegetables, fruits & flowers.
Fruit Picking on Long Island
Includes harvest calendar and information on local fruit farms and orchards.
History of Culver Duck Farm
Originally one of the oldest duck farms in America. Unfortunately Culver is no longer located on Long Island, but it has never forgotten its roots.
History of Ducks On Long Island
Historical overview of Long Island Duck Farms as well as the history of the "Big Duck" monument. Courtesy of LongIslandGenealogy.com.
History of Long Island Aquaculture
Seafood farming has occurred on Long Island for over 300 years. This .pdf provides a brief history.
Long Island Christmas Tree Farms
Courtesy of About.com, partial directory of where to go to get a live Christmas tree.
Long Island Farm Bureau
The mission of the LIFB to fairly and aggressively represent and serve the best interests of our members through united action, using the strength of a grassroots organizational structure and relying on effective leadership to provide strong, networked and allied Farm Bureau organizations at the local, state and national organization levels. Our collective goal: to protect and strengthen the nation's agricultural industry.
Long Island Farm Directory
Partial list of farms on Long Island, includes pumpkin, poultry, nurseries and orchards.
Long Island Farmer's Markets - ExploreLI.com
List of markets for Nassau and Suffolk Counties, geographically listed by North Fork, South Fork, Upper and Middle Island.
Sang Lee - Organic Specialty Farm
Sang Lee Farms supplies over 100 different varieties of specialty vegetables, Heirloom tomatoes, Asian greens, herbs, baby greens, mesclun and Flowers to mention a few, to our Farm CSA, retail Farm Stand, local Farmer's Markets and limited wholesale markets.
Suffolk County Farm & Education Center
The Suffolk County Farm and Education Center is a model farm education facility and also a real working farm. It is open to the public year round. Visitors are able to see a century old working farm which still holds a tie to the past through the historic hay barn, while showcasing present-day agriculture. Youth education programs are available for children pre-K to 12th grade and for those with special needs. Fun-filled education programs attract over 150,000 visitors annually. Maintained by Cornell University, Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County.
Upland Farms Nature Conservatory
Located in Cold Spring Harbor, Uplands Farm is comprised of open fields, ash and oak hedgerows, vernal pools, upland woods and farm buildings. All were strongly affected by past human activities such as farming and animal grazing. Open daily from dawn to dusk.
Discover Long Island: Winery Information
Hosted by the Long Island NY Visitors & Convention Bureau, provides a current list of maps and events by winery or township.
Long Island East.com
This site provides a list of LI Vineyards along with addresses and phone numbers.
Long Island Wine Country
Information on tours and tasting, as well as directions, ratings etc.
Information on the vineyards, shopping, travel and entertainment on Long Island's East end.
This site offers a place where people can share their experiences and help others find fun wineries and great wine. Google maps available as well to many of the vineyards. NorthCork was created to help people plan a wine tour through the vineyards of Long Island's North Fork. The site's creators grew up in the area and were often asked for recommendations... but there are over 30 wineries to choose from, each with its own personality.
Learn about the region, local events, area dining and lodging as well as useful links and maps. Maintained by The Long Island Wine Council.
Do you have information to add? Then please contact Diane Holliday.
Last Modified on January 31, 2012, at 10:04 AM by LPR