Legislator Bill Gaylor joined with other elected officials on September 10th to celebrate Crossroads Farm at Grossman’s in Malverne’s 10-year anniversary as Nassau’s premier organic, volunteer run community farm. The celebration featured a benefit and fundraiser for the farm and included a farm-to-table dinner where food grown at the farm was cooked and served.
The land Crossroads Farm sits on, the historic Grossman’s Farm, is owned by Nassau County.
“For over ten years, Crossroads Farm at Grossman’s has provided Long Island residents with an educational destination to volunteer and support local, organic farming efforts,” Legislator Gaylor said. “I will continue to help Crossroads Farms continue their success in any way I can, so Long Islanders can continue to enjoy this Malverne staple for years to come. Support small business and support local farms.”
Left to Right: Rick White, Head of Nassau County Land Trust; Malverne Trustee Tim Sullivan; Malvern Mayor Keith Corbett; Town of Hempstead Supervisor Don Clavin; Nassau County Legislator Bill Gaylor; Malverne Trustee Carl Prizzi.