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Farming’s Future Takes Root

Emily Stocker and Dean Buttacavoli of Cabbage Throw Farm, a market farm within the legendary Mark Canright’s Comeback Farm in Bethlehem, grow produce year-round, feeding the needs of a burgeoning community of people who value eating fresh, local organic foods every day.

Emily Stocker and Dean Buttacavoli, at Cabbage Throw

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CABBAGE THROW FARM, in partnership with COMEBACK FARM, is located in the Musconetcong River Valley in Bethlehem Township. For more information, visit www.cabbagethrowfarm.com. There is no farmstand on the farms, but produce from both is sold year-round at the Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market, currently taking place the first and third Sundays of every month at the Dvoor Farm; visit www.hunterdonlandtrust.org for details. The farms’ produce is sold in season at the Juniper Hill Farmers’ Market, at the restaurant of the same name in Annadale, as well as at the Easton (Pa.) Farmers’ Market. Cabbage Throw also offers a CSA program. Email: cabbagethrowfarm@gmail.com. Follow on Facebook and Instagram @cabbagethrowfarm.

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