Queens County Farm Museum is one of the longest continually farmed sites in New York State. The farm’s 47-acre historic site has produced food and fed New Yorkers for over three centuries. Queens Farm grows a variety of nutritionally dense and culturally relevant produce using sustainable and best farming practices. The farm’s Agriculture Department and its growing practices teach New Yorkers about where their food comes from and illustrates the broader food system, beginning with the seed and ending with the consumer. Queens Farm shortens the distance from farm to fork. Queens Farm represents locally grown sustainably farmed produce. Queens Farm continues to expand its agricultural operations to grow more food to feed more New Yorkers.