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Long Island is home to 35,000 acres of working farms growing over 100 varieties of products. The local greenhouses, farm fields and vineyards are what make this region so special and the investment into our own community is vital for our region to flourish.  On Friday, August 5, 2016, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Long Island Farm Bureau and our partners invite you to the 6th Annual Celebrate Grown on Long Island Day at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank from 10am to 2pm.  Purchase local in-season Grown on Long Island produce from the Farmers Market, meet local farmers, enjoy roasted corn and wine and food tastings.  Activities for kids will be available, including an educational animal yard and wagon rides. Watch as two chefs battle for the Champion Title right in the Farmers Market at the ‘Seafood Throwdown’. This year Kayla Mitchell, who appeared on MasterChef Junior, and Lauryn Mitchell, who appeared on Chopped Junior, will compete.  Free admission. For more information, call 631.727.3777





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