Halloween & Fall Festival | Saturday Open House (Free)
Oct
27
11:00 AM11:00

Halloween & Fall Festival | Saturday Open House (Free)

Kick up your feet with us as we wind down the season and welcome the crisp fall air at our last market with loads of fall activities. Get your hands on our last harvest of root vegetables with U-Pick turnips! Haven't carved your Jack-o-lantern yet? We've got you covered! Also, it wouldn't taste like fall without enjoying a warm apple cider and fall inspired baked goods or snacking on a fresh seasonal apple. If you're stuffed by now, work off some of those carbs with a competitive round of corn hole amongst the late season peppers. But most importantly, be sure to thank the field for all of its hard work as it takes its long winter nap.

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Modeling an Urban Agriculture Business, Day-Long Intensive
Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

Modeling an Urban Agriculture Business, Day-Long Intensive

Anastasia Cole Plakias, a Co-Founder of Brooklyn Grange, will walk participants through the different contemporary models of urban agricultural businesses, with a focus on New York City, and present a framework for thinking creatively about opportunities for farming in cities. This day-long intensive course will be set amongst the beautiful backdrop of our Brooklyn Navy Yard Farm and will involve both indoor and outdoor learning opportunities, a catered rooftop farm lunch, lots of coffee and ample time to ask Anastasia everything you've ever wanted to know about starting a farm in the city! 

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Honey Tasting Workshop
Nov
20
6:00 PM18:00

Honey Tasting Workshop

Many view honey simply as a sweetener to add to tea or drizzle over yogurt. Yet, prior to the ubiquity of refined sugar, honey was a household staple used for cooking, baking, beauty treatments, medicine, even wound healing. Cleopatra famously bathed in milk and honey; Hippocrates lauded its virtue as a cough remedy; ancient Olympians loaded up on it for boosted energy. Throughout the ages and across continents, multitudes revered this golden nectar of the gods for its curative properties and sweetness; nowadays it’s enjoying a renaissance of popularity due to its all-natural, artisanal, beekeeper-to-table appeal.

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Winter Wreath Workshop
Nov
27
6:30 PM18:30

Winter Wreath Workshop

As we near the winter solstice, with shorter days and chilly nights, we find ourselves spending more time indoors. Harvest wreaths and advent wreaths have been used for centuries as symbols of the changing of the seasons. Wreaths are made to bring a touch of greenery indoors during an otherwise dormant time of year - evergreens are a reminder of strength, resilience and continuity. Whether you love the holidays or try to avoid the craze, making a winter wreath is a truly joyful process and a great way to spend a cozy evening with a friend or two.

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SOLD OUT- Butcher Paper Dinner: Picnic Chicken
Oct
7
3:00 PM15:00

SOLD OUT- Butcher Paper Dinner: Picnic Chicken

Chef Evan Hanczor is a man of principles and that’s one of the reasons why we love him so much. He believes that restaurants must also be a force for social good. When he cooks he’s not just doing it because it tastes good, he has a hope and a dream that every person who eats his food will feel satisfied, energized, inspired and resilient. Like us, he cares about both people and the planet. He works to improve soil (did you know that Egg also operates a farm in the Catskills?), and to support local farmers and purveyors. Ultimately the folks at Egg have a goal to make good, sustainably-raised and carefully produced food available to more and more people, and that’s a meal we can get behind.

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Botanical Watercolors with Liz Spencer the Dogwood Dyer
Sep
25
6:00 PM18:00

Botanical Watercolors with Liz Spencer the Dogwood Dyer

Using only nature's bounty you will gain knowledge and experiment with the time honored art of natural dyeing with The Dogwood Dyer. Using organic homegrown dyestuffs and natural extracts you will gain knowledge and experiment with the direct application of paint onto cloth. The dogwood dyer will demonstrate the proper methods for achieving wash and light fast results with natural dyes and share her tips and secrets for advanced techniques using natural thickeners and resists, outlining the whole process from plant to painted composition. Drawing on inspiration from nature's canvas, we invite you to observe and be inspired by the colors and patterns you can find amongst the late season flowers and herbs growing on the farm.  

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Monday Evening Yoga
Sep
24
6:30 PM18:30

Monday Evening Yoga

Every Monday, loosen up with Sarah Schumann of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center. Shaped within a 60 minute, all levels asana (yoga postures) practice, the beauty and wisdom of nature will inspire us to slow and find a deeper breath, to root down and rise up, to notice the details and celebrate the expansive. Class will begin with a brief centering, a collection of ourselves in breath and space, and will gently evolve into a flow of movement and meditation. In community, we’ll move, breathe and connect to our inner and outer landscapes.

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Pepper Fest | Saturday Open House (Free)
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

Pepper Fest | Saturday Open House (Free)

We're going to turn up the heat for this weekend's event! Rest your palate for this spicy market. We'll be sampling our very own hot sauce and serving up a wide variety of peppers from sweet snacking to tasty shishitos to red hot lanterns. Take a walk in our fields and pick-your-own peppers! It's sure to be a blazing weekend!

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SOLD OUT - Monday Evening Yoga
Sep
17
6:30 PM18:30

SOLD OUT - Monday Evening Yoga

Every Monday, loosen up with Sarah Schumann of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center. Shaped within a 60 minute, all levels asana (yoga postures) practice, the beauty and wisdom of nature will inspire us to slow and find a deeper breath, to root down and rise up, to notice the details and celebrate the expansive. Class will begin with a brief centering, a collection of ourselves in breath and space, and will gently evolve into a flow of movement and meditation. In community, we’ll move, breathe and connect to our inner and outer landscapes.

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Make Your Own Skincare: Infused Oils and Balms for Self-Care
Sep
11
6:30 PM18:30

Make Your Own Skincare: Infused Oils and Balms for Self-Care

In this comprehensive class, food entrepreneur, wellness consultant, birth and postpartum doula, Laena McCarthy, will discuss healing traditions and practices to boost the body's natural resilience while protecting from stress and damage, with a focus on skincare. The class will begin with an overview of what healthy self-care rituals look like, why taking care of your body is important, and how to heal and take care of your skin, body, and cycles using simple herbs and oils.

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Monday Evening Yoga
Sep
10
6:30 PM18:30

Monday Evening Yoga

Every Monday, loosen up with Sarah Schumann of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center. Shaped within a 60 minute, all levels asana (yoga postures) practice, the beauty and wisdom of nature will inspire us to slow and find a deeper breath, to root down and rise up, to notice the details and celebrate the expansive. Class will begin with a brief centering, a collection of ourselves in breath and space, and will gently evolve into a flow of movement and meditation. In community, we’ll move, breathe and connect to our inner and outer landscapes.

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Monday Evening Yoga
Sep
3
6:30 PM18:30

Monday Evening Yoga

Every Monday, loosen up with Sarah Schumann of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center. Shaped within a 60 minute, all levels asana (yoga postures) practice, the beauty and wisdom of nature will inspire us to slow and find a deeper breath, to root down and rise up, to notice the details and celebrate the expansive. Class will begin with a brief centering, a collection of ourselves in breath and space, and will gently evolve into a flow of movement and meditation. In community, we’ll move, breathe and connect to our inner and outer landscapes.

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SOLD OUT - Monday Evening Yoga
Aug
27
6:30 PM18:30

SOLD OUT - Monday Evening Yoga

Every Monday, loosen up with Sarah Schumann of Prospect Heights’ Shambhala Yoga and Dance Center. Shaped within a 60 minute, all levels asana (yoga postures) practice, the beauty and wisdom of nature will inspire us to slow and find a deeper breath, to root down and rise up, to notice the details and celebrate the expansive. Class will begin with a brief centering, a collection of ourselves in breath and space, and will gently evolve into a flow of movement and meditation. In community, we’ll move, breathe and connect to our inner and outer landscapes.

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SOLD OUT - Butcher Paper Dinner: Crab Boil
Aug
26
3:00 PM15:00

SOLD OUT - Butcher Paper Dinner: Crab Boil

We knew we liked Chef Will right away when we jokingly suggested that we bring the crabs to the table in a wheelbarrow, and he was on board.  This guy -- this was our kinda guy -- and he still is.  And did we mention, he can cook!  With a Southeast-Asian-Cajun-influence and a decidedly-DIY vibe, Horowitz is a grower of mushrooms, a smoker of meats, a curer, pickler, fermentor and just generally a man who plays with his food.


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SOLD OUT - Sky High Tomato Dinner with Joseph Leonard
Aug
22
6:30 PM18:30

SOLD OUT - Sky High Tomato Dinner with Joseph Leonard

Ever-popular West Village restaurant Joseph Leonard shares deep roots with Brooklyn Grange - the restaurant's founder Gabriel Stulman went to University of Wisconsin Madison with our head farmer & president Ben Flanner. Tomato Fest is an annual Joseph Leonard tradition, hosted at the restaurant for one week each September when our tomatoes take over their menu. This year, the 6th Annual Tomato Fest will be kicking off with a special dinner at Brooklyn Grange. Like Tomato Fest itself, this dinner will celebrate the season, experienced through the tomato's versatility, various shapes, colors and sizes, and general deliciousness.

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