“Cheese” the day on the Visit Luzerne County Pizza Trail where you can earn points for eating pizza and turn those points into prizes! Sign up for FREE on the Visit Luzerne County website and register for your pass. The pizza trail is not an app so no need to worry about losing any phone storage. Once you’re signed up, you’ll be able to check in to participating restaurants and earn your points for each

No Car? No Problem! The new “Sip & See Somerset Craft Beverage Trail” stops are ALL accessible by train and within 90 minutes of NYC! Check it out! Here are THREE mass transit-focused itineraries we’ve put together to visit three breweries, a cidery, and a distillery. Participate in their Passport Program, stay overnight and make a weekend out of it! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO           Sip & See Somerset was

‘Tis the season for hot cider, warm fires, giving thanks and, of course, decking the halls. Don’t miss out on a favorite winter agritourism activity, cutting (or digging up to replant!) your own Christmas Tree. There are endless farms around NYC that are perfect for a pre-holiday day trip or weekend getaway. Check out a handful of our favorites below. Please note that hours, offerings and closures may vary. We recommend checking out farms on

In honor of  Women’s History Month, NYCEDC will be hosting a series of events to celebrate the women of NYC’s Public Markets. Come out to La Marqueta on Saturday, March 7th, 2020 from 2pm – 5pm! The series will highlight the female vendors and producers that make up each market and offer details on support and information for MWBE businesses, food and goods from vendors throughout the network. La Marqueta’s rich blend of community, culture, and cuisine continues to thrive in what

Photo Above: Eat Gai In honor of  Women’s History Month, NYCEDC will be hosting a series of events to celebrate the women of NYC’s Public Markets, which will kick off at Essex Market on Saturday, February 29th, 2020 from 2pm – 5pm. The series will highlight the female vendors and producers that make up each market and offer details on support and information for MWBE businesses, food and goods from vendors throughout the network. For

This past spring, the US Department of Agriculture released results from the 2017 Farm Census, which is taken every five years. For the first time, the survey allowed farming families to list more than one “principal” farmer. Couples who own farms no longer must designate one person—usually a husband—as the principal farmer. As a result, women as a percent of farmers has risen by 26% nationwide and by 36% in New Jersey. Some of this

This past spring, the US Department of Agriculture released results from the 2017 Farm Census, which is taken every five years. For the first time, the survey allowed farming families to list more than one “principal” farmer. Couples who own farms no longer must designate one person—usually a husband—as the principal farmer. As a result, women as a percent of farmers has risen by 26% nationwide and by 36% in New Jersey. Some of this

This past spring, the US Department of Agriculture released results from the 2017 Farm Census, which is taken every five years. For the first time, the survey allowed farming families to list more than one “principal” farmer. Couples who own farms no longer must designate one person—usually a husband—as the principal farmer. As a result, women as a percent of farmers has risen by 26% nationwide and by 36% in New Jersey. Some of this

Duke Farms is a leader in environmental stewardship and inspires visitors to become informed stewards of the land. It is a place of education, enjoyment and research that enhances the environmental health of the region. Through the beauty of its natural setting, the diversity of its wildlife, and the scope and quality of its educational programs, demonstrations and research, Duke Farms inspires people to transform their approach to conservation and to start building a more

Here at EscapeMaker, we are on a mission to connect all you adventurous, curious, farm- and food-loving travelers to unique local experiences. We’re here to open your eyes to the herculean effort that goes into getting those fresh apples into your farmers market tote, or crafting that crisp, hoppy pint of beer in your hand. In our new “Escape to the Maker” series, we hope you’ll take time to learn a little bit more about