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25180 County Road 48
Peconic, NY, 11958
United States

6317347001

Sang Lee Farms is a certified organic farm on the North Fork of Long Island. We specialize in Asian Specialty produce, Value-added products made in our certified organic kitchen, and much more.

We sell our products online, in our retail shoppe, at farmer's markets, and through our CSA Farmshare Program.

Summer Farm camp

2018 Programs


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SPROUTS

Ages 5-7

Thursdays 9am-12pm
July 19th . July 26th . Aug 2nd
Aug 9th . Aug 16th. Aug 23rd

*If morning session fills, afternoon session might open up*

SESSION:
Quantity:
Register and Pay for Sprouts

$60 per session (1-4 session sign up) or $300 for FULL PROGRAM (6 weeks)

Explore the farm and enjoy nature   |   Harvest, taste, and learn about how food grows

Play outdoors, craft with natural materials


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YOUNG FARMERS

Ages 8-12

WEDNESDAYS . 10am-3pm
July 18th . July 25th . Aug 1st
Aug 8th . Aug 15th. Aug 22nd

SESSION:
Quantity:
Register & Pay for YOUNG FARMERS

$85 per session (1-4 session sign up)
$425 for FULL PROGRAM (6 weeks)

*Full program highly recommended so campers can see their gardens grow.*

Get your hands dirty, be outside in nature   |  Seed, tend and harvest your own garden beds

Participate in hands-on cooking in farm kitchen


DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT... 

There are some vegetables that I normally don’t like cooked, but when I tried it raw I actually liked it.
— Emma Quarty, 11 years old
Farm camp can help you grow your own garden and make compost. You learn that different vegetables are different colors because they have different vitamins in them.
— Rudy Brewer, 10 years old
We have life in our hands, and make stuff by ourselves, work all day and learn so much about all of the plants there.
— Victoria Witsack, Age 9

MEDIA & PRESS

SANG LEE GROWS NEXT BATCH OF EAST END FARMERS  POSTED BY MICHAEL REID FROM EDIBLE EAST END  JULY, 2015

Vegetables are important, but unless you’re completely self sufficient, even more vital is the farmer that grows them. At Sang Lee Farms, Lucy Senesac has pioneered a farm camp she hopes will teach participants appreciation for where their food comes from and grow the next generation of East End farmers.

Sang Lee Farms is ahead of the curve, whether by anticipating niche specialty food back in the ’50s as one of the major wholesale producers of Asian vegetables for the United States, being among the first batch of organic farms on the North Fork a or using the first FAA certified drone on the East End for crop management (and awesome footage). Now, in large part due to Lucy Senesac, who  created the camp, farm education for children can be added to the growing list.READ MORE...

THESE YOUNG FARMERS WILL EAT AND PLANT THEIR VEGGIES POSTED BY CLAIRE LEADEN THE SUFFLK TIMES On JUNE, 2014

“Eat your vegetables.” The phrase may generate a certain queasy feeling in your stomach and an innate desire to defy your mother. Uttered sternly by countless moms over the years to kids of all ages, it’s easy to remember that nothing seemed worse than swallowing the last (or first) bite of broccoli or brussels sprouts. Lucy Senesac of Sang Lee Farms, however, is determined to change that healthy-eating stereotype. Sang Lee Farms in Peconic is running a Young Farmer’s Camp for 7- to 12-year-olds on Wednesdays through Aug. 13. Ms. Senesac began working at Sang Lee about four years ago and became eager to share her knowledge with kids.  

“Eat your vegetables.” The phrase may generate a certain queasy feeling in your stomach and an innate desire to defy your mother. Uttered sternly by countless moms over the years to kids of all ages, it’s easy to remember that nothing seemed worse than swallowing the last (or first) bite of broccoli or brussels sprouts. Lucy Senesac of Sang Lee Farms, however, is determined to change that healthy-eating stereotype. Sang Lee Farms in Peconic is running a Young Farmer’s Camp for 7- to 12-year-olds on Wednesdays through Aug. 13. Ms. Senesac began working at Sang Lee about four years ago and became eager to share her knowledge with kids. READ MORE...