And… a beautiful portfolio profile of the show by the Architectural League of New York.
Available in 5×7 and 11×14 color prints. Click for larger image. Contact hutchense (at) gmail for ordering info.
Troutman Street: 2010, 2011, 2012
2011 versus 2012 on Troutman Street
Shots from the opening party for Hayseed’s Big City Farm Supply
Celebrating two years of BK Swappers at 3rd Ward.
One last visit to the farm for the year. See you in March!
Swapping for homemade goodies, sipping beers, and getting happy at the BK Swappers get-together in Cobble Hill.
Tricks and treats as an early snow blankets the farm on Halloween eve. Outside, a last harvest of peppers; inside, making marigold bracelets.
Snow on the ground calls to mind warmer days at Rooftop Farm.
New bike racks to welcome visitors, cukes and peppers blossoming, and fat carrots are ready for the picking at the farm. The perfect excuse to make roasted carrot and red lentil ragout.
Farm friends pitch in to raise funds for Growing Chefs and the Open Space Institute at Seedstock at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm. Cold beers, cool rooftop breezes, good food and great music for a Saturday night.
Exploring Bushwick, part one.
Planting radishes, cleaning apiaries of old honeycomb and rebuilding beds on a blustery spring Sunday at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm.
A visit to Hopes Take Root and Brother Nature, two farms in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood. Thanks to Greening Of Detroit and everyone at both farms for the warm welcome on a cold morning in late March.
Poking around the borders of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Views from Franklin Street after another January snowfall.
These are a few of my favorite images from A Year At Eagle Street Rooftop Farm. Framed 11×14 and 5×7 prints available for $150 and $25, respectively. Other prints also available. Contact Scott at hutchense (at) gmail for more information. Now available: A Year At Eagle Street Rooftop Farm, the photo book (click here to order).
The farm opens for one last market before Thanksgiving. With the season over, the chickens have gone to winter homes. But the kale is still growing, and there are still carrots and peppers to be had. Time for one last market and a pause to give thanks for a productive year.
The last Sunday of the month, and the last open farm of the season save for right before Thanksgiving. The gang dress as the women of Jules Breton’s The Recall of the Gleaners for photographer Felicia Wong, then get down to work harvesting late-season veggies.
As the farming season winds down, late-season crops like carrots, peppers and herbs are harvested and beds prepped for winter. In the afternoon, the folks from Rockaway Taco drop by for food and fun.
Clearing out more beds to prep them for winter and shoring up soil. Later, Sam of Anarchy Apiaries talks about beekeeping with Meg of Brooklyn Honey.