These cousins to raspberries are a cocktail-favorite… and forage as many as you want as they’re actually considered invasive in New York!
Well-suited to warm and tropical climates, ginger cultivation is novel in New York. But for farmers like Tejada, with connections to farming that reach beyond New York State, this soil welcomes the revival of old traditions.
There is an abundance of reasons to eat local produce. When you eat locally, you support your community, minimize your packaging use, reduce your environmental impact, and best of all, you enjoy fresher, tastier grub. Luckily for us, the Hudson Valley is abundant in fruits and vegetables year-round.