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Family Farm Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City

Tommy Moughti, 2, of Suffern, counts the plants

Tommy Moughti, 2, of Suffern, counts the plants in the garden during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013). Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Children -- and likely some adults -- learned some agricultural skills at Cropsey Community Farm's Family Farm Day in New CIty. (April 7, 2013)

Tommy Moughti, 2, of Suffern, counts the plants
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Tommy Moughti, 2, of Suffern, counts the plants in the garden during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013).

Children gather to watch as
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Children gather to watch as "Farmer Shane" shows them how to plant seeds during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Jack Mahoney, 3, of Bardonia, plants his seeds
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Jack Mahoney, 3, of Bardonia, plants his seeds during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Ava Chin, 4, of Demarest, N.J., looks at
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Ava Chin, 4, of Demarest, N.J., looks at a piece of a beehive during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Joseph Mooney, 4, and his mother, Jennifer, of
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Joseph Mooney, 4, and his mother, Jennifer, of Sparkill, dig in the dirt during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Residents tour the hoop garden during Family Fun

Residents tour the hoop garden during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

"Farmer Shane" Hardy of Stony Point shows the children worms in the soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Children and their families learn about rocks and
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Children and their families learn about rocks and soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Jack Mahoney, 3, of Bardonia, digs in the
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Jack Mahoney, 3, of Bardonia, digs in the soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Jake Santos, and his mom, Julie, of Mahwah,
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Jake Santos, and his mom, Julie, of Mahwah, look at the soil of their pea plant during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Shane Hardy, of Stony Point, and Jessica Kesselman,
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Shane Hardy, of Stony Point, and Jessica Kesselman, of Piermont, teach a group of visitors about the importance of soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Residents visit Cropsey Community Farm during Family Fun
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Residents visit Cropsey Community Farm during Family Fun Day in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Jake Santos, 3, of Mahwah, N.J., and Ava
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Jake Santos, 3, of Mahwah, N.J., and Ava Chin, 4, of Demarest, N.J., watch intently as they learn about soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Children and adults had a chance to learn
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Children and adults had a chance to learn about farming and soil during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Jessica Kesselman, of Piermont, leads a lesson about
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Jessica Kesselman, of Piermont, leads a lesson about soil and farming at Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Families came out to learn about farming at
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Families came out to learn about farming at Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

Farmer Shane Hardy shows the children how to
Photo Credit: Samantha Finch

Farmer Shane Hardy shows the children how to plant seeds during Family Fun Day at Cropsey Community Farm in New City. (April 7, 2013)

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