Autumn in New York is an exciting and rewarding time to be a fruit and vegetable lover. As Grow NYC’sWhat's Available chart demonstrates, fall months offer New Yorkers an incredible variety of available produce.Read More
This week, the Red Rabbit Team wanted to feature the best midsummer staple you might be missing! Beautiful, decorative -- and most importantly, garlicky! -- these curly greens pack a lot of flavor into a pretty swirl.Read More
Finding a way to blaze our own trail by creating a sustainable business has long been a part of the quintessential American success story. For generations, the agriculture business has been a major factor in the success of many American families. While our country took a turn to the industrial for the past several decades, there has been an upswing in the establishment of smaller, family-run farms that eschew what has become the conventional, pesticide-laden industrial way.
Even though these small farmers are devoting their land to producing what are, by definition, organic crops, they are not able to use the “organic” label. To be able to market their crops as organic, they must embark on what can be a lengthy, expensive certification process through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.Read More