Ridgewood to Offer Organic Farming Programs For Residents


The Village of Ridgewood’s Parks and Recreation Department and HealthBarn USA, announced a public/private partnership offering what they are calling “a unique healthy lifestyle experience to their residents, schools and the community at large”. The team will be growing, harvesting and cooking organic produce and educating children and families why and what foods are best for good health at the Gate House and in the new organic teaching garden within the Green Acres-funded 10-acre horse farm at the Irene Habernickel Family Park (1057 Hillcrest Road).

“We recognized the need for this expansive healthy-lifestyle educational offering within our portfolio and felt that Stacey Antine and HealthBarn USA will deliver the professional programming we are known for,” said Tim Cronin, Director of Parks and Recreation, Village of Ridgewood.


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