A Corn Maze Grows at the Queens County Farm Museum by Jennifer Walden Weprin, Executive Director, Queens County Farm Museum

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New Yorkers who don’t wish to journey too far to the countryside can go to the Queens County Farm Museum, which showcases the 300-year historical past of agriculture as a lifestyle in New York City.  And, don’t neglect to choose up cider donuts!

Jennifer Walden Weprin, the Executive Director of the Queens County Farm Museum talks about New York City’s solely farm, a sustainability staple for the City; how Queens County Farm lately celebrated its 325th anniversary and about the highlights of the annual Queens County Fair,  September 11th of September, 2022.

Queens County Farm Museum welcomes over 500,000 guests a 12 months and serves as an important useful resource connecting folks to agriculture and the setting. For extra data, go to queensfarm.org.

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