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3 days ago

Grown in Warren

Come join the Warren County Board of Agriculture on Saturday January 25th from 9 am to 12 pm at the Warren County Rutgers Cooperative Extension Office. See below for more information!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Grown in Warren

Sign-up for our 30th Annual Winter Conference! We will be covering a broad range of topics. In fact, you maybe interested even if you are not an organic farmer. Bob Quinn will be speaking about how he evolved from conventional farming to organic. And Bill Bamka, Steve Komar and Scott Morgan will be speaking about the Hemp opportunity. Kathy Demchak will speak about improving Berry Production. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Grown in Warren

Come join the Warren County Board of Agriculture on Saturday January 25th from 9 am to 12 pm at the Warren County Rutgers Cooperative Extension Office. See below for more information!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Grown in Warren

January is National Soup Month! While soup of all forms is a hot and tasty meal on a cold winter’s day, it is also very nutritious.

According to local registered dietitian, Sarah Curran…
“We think of many soups as being nutrient dense because they are typically low in calories but rich in vitamins, minerals and other health promoting substances such as fiber. The most nutritious soups are those that include a broth base, a lean protein such as beans or fish, and a variety of vegetables.”

Click on the links below for a soup recipe from FCHS Warren County, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, as well as an informational fact sheet. Interested in finding Warren County ingredients for your soup? Visit growninwarren.org for more information!

thedomesticdietitian.com/french-lentil-stew-meatless-monday-recipe/

njaes.rutgers.edu/pubs/publication.php?pid=FS1092
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January is National Soup Month! While soup of all forms is a hot and tasty meal on a cold winter’s day, it is also very nutritious. 

According to local registered dietitian, Sarah Curran…
“We think of many soups as being nutrient dense because they are typically low in calories but rich in vitamins, minerals and other health promoting substances such as fiber.  The most nutritious soups are those that include a broth base, a lean protein such as beans or fish, and a variety of vegetables.”
 
Click on the links below for a soup recipe from FCHS Warren County, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, as well as an informational fact sheet. Interested in finding Warren County ingredients for your soup? Visit growninwarren.org for more information!

https://thedomesticdietitian.com/french-lentil-stew-meatless-monday-recipe/

https://njaes.rutgers.edu/pubs/publication.php?pid=FS1092  
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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Enjoy these snowy pics from around Warren County yesterday ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations!

2 months ago

Grown in Warren

‘Tis the Season! This year, head to Warren County in New Jersey’s “Christmas Tree Belt” to select the perfect tree!NJ Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher was joined by Freeholders Richard D. Gardner and James R. Kern, III at Glenview Farm in Blairstown as Fisher cut a tree to herald the start of the Choose and Cut Christmas tree-selling season in New Jersey.

Freeholders Gardner and Kern, along with local officials, joined Fisher in Blairstown Township at Glenview Farm, whose Douglas Fir was Reserve Grand Champion in the annual contest held by the New Jersey Christmas Tree Growers’ Association (NJCTGA) for the best Christmas tree in the state.

Glenview Farm is a second-generation farm currently owned and operated by Dan and Colleen Black. The farm was started in 1982 when Dan’s parents, George and Helen Black, purchased the farm, and the first trees were sold in 1988.

“From year to year, it’s a family tradition” for people throughout the state to head to a Christmas tree farm to select and cut a fresh tree, Fisher said.

Gardner noted that Warren County, through its tourism website ExploreWarren.org, promotes the county’s Christmas tree farms while also highlighting holiday events, restaurants to visit while in the area to cut a Christmas tree. Click the link to learn more: explorewarren.org/places/choose-your-christmas-tree-warren-county
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2 months ago

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Absolutely beautiful pics. Thanks for sharing.