Westchester County's Farmland: A Pictorial Guide

You probably don’t associate Westchester County with farmland, but these working farms may change your mind.


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Barnyard animals, seasonal crops, overflowing farm stands. When you think of Westchester, these are probably not the first images that come to mind. Still, there are a number of working farms within our county. Often hidden behind a large main house or down a scenic dirt road, the farms of Westchester produce a number of crops—heirloom varieties for discerning chefs, vibrant flowers, medicinal herbs, pick-your-own vegetables. There are even alpacas and their ultra-soft yarn. As spring turns to summer, now is the perfect time to enjoy Westchester’s bounty.

 

 

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