Conserving Long Islands Working Farms and Natural Lands

Community Supported Agriculture at Quail Hill Farm

QHF ProduceOver two hundred “summer share” families come to the Farm twice a week—from June into November— to harvest from the fields that include over 500 varieties of vegetables, fruits and flowers planted each year.  Summer harvest days are Saturdays and Tuesdays, from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm.  Those who join for a “winter share” receive root vegetables, alliums, eggs, and our greenhouse greens, from Thanksgiving into March.

A central part of our mission at Quail Hill is to educate the public concerning such issues as soil health, our seed supply, food security, and sustainable, organic farming practices.  School groups and children of all ages visit Quail Hill to help with seeding, transplanting, and harvesting. Connecting people with land in this way builds a community that will appreciate and support the stability, integrity, and beauty of the bioregion.

Check out the 2017 Quail Hill Farm Member Handbook

In the summer of 2016 Waldo Cabrera came out for a visit to Quail Hill Farm -- thanks to Layton and Nick for showing him around and to Maria, Vicky and Emily for sharing your experiences at the farm! Enjoy!

Watch now and get ready for summer!

Quail Hill Farm on NBC New York:
Also, you can take a watch of the Watch the video that was aired on NBC on November 13, 2010 and features Scott Chaskey talking about the community supported agriculture operation at Quail Hill Farm.