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Homegrown: The Restoration Farm’s ‘Tin House Music’

By: Lauren Jahoda

The Restoration Farm, founded in 2007 by Daniel Holmes and Caroline Fanning, is a seven-acre farm situated on the grounds of Long Island’s one-of-a-kind Old Bethpage Village Restoration. The Restoration Farm’s mission is to provide the surrounding community with fresh, sustainable and herbicide/pesticide/synthetic fertilizer-free produce. This summer, the Farm has expanded its community offerings with the inception of “Tin House Music” Concert Series. Tin House’s first concert took place on May 4 with alternative folk band, Miles to Dayton, and continues on the first Sunday of each month until their final show of the season on September 7th. All shows begin at 2 PM with an open-mic hour. Last Sunday’s show featured the Long Island Bluegrass Quartet and brought in incredible local talent, including Bill Scorzari and Tin House’s own MC.

Tin House nourishes our community, offering a combination of homegrown food and sound within the bounds of a down-to-earth and organic backdrop. Come down to the final September 7th show to sample the harvest and harmonies. Check out the calendar and get your tickets here:

(Photos by Megan Jahoda)

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