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S.T.R.O.N.G. Farm

Agro-education to offer an escape from youth violence

The S.T.R.O.N.G. Farm combines food and community with hands-on education on farming and mindfulness for children and adults on Long Island.    The farm is a no-till, naturally raised, non-profit farm on the campus of the Sisters of St. Joseph in Brentwood, NY.

🗺️  See where our farm is  located on our programs map.


The  Farm Program 
aims to :

  1. Increase access to fresh, healthy food in underserved communities

  2. Combine agro-education with social-emotional learning for youth and families

  3. Promote farming as a means of economic sustainability for the youth of promise

  4. Provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to gather across racial and socioeconomic divides

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Want some fresh delicious veggies?

Join our STRONG Farm CSA today!

Boxes will  include tomatoes, salad mix, lettuce, cucumbers, garlic, carrots, broccoli, summer squash, zucchini, scallions, green beans, spinach, beets, turnips, radish, ground cherries, Swiss chard, kale, basil, eggplant, peppers,   leeks, kohlrabi, mustard greens, arugula, and more.

​Your contribution supports our ongoing work with children on Long Island. Our programs provide mentoring, emotional support and teaching about agriculture. Your support will strengthen the heritage of farming on our island and support children who need a second chance.

STRONG Farm CSA is open
June 1st through Nov 2nd

Your choice of two pickup locations,Thursdays & Fridays 2 to 6 pm

Nassau  County
STRONG Headquarters
599 Jerusalem Ave., Uniondale,
NY 11553

Check directions here

Suffolk County
The Farms at the Sisters of St. Joseph
104 Second Ave, Brentwood,
NY 11717


Check directions here

S.T.R.O.N.G. Farm Program

S.T.R.O.N.G. Farm Program

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Working with "at-risk"* students, their families, and schools to alleviate academic and behavioral challenges

Combining food and community with hands-on education on farming and mindfulness for children and adults

Giving workshops, assemblies and professional development sessions

Promoting positive identity formation, development of higher stages of moral reasoning and providing youth with the skills and support they need

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