Farm Fresh Videos

Cumberland Cornucopia Trailer

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Host Megan Gunning Patterson heads to Cumberland County in South Jersey in search of fresh, nutritious and delicious local produce, seafood and garden products.

She visits Sheppard Farms and the organic Jersey Legacy Farms, tours the Eastern Fresh Distribution Center, learns about nursery products at Overdevest Nurseries, shops and dines at the Bayshore Center’s Farmers Market & Oyster Cracker Cafe, and helps pick (and taste!) apples at Sunny Slope Orchards.

Plus enjoy a special cooking segment making zucchini bread at the Oyster Cracker Cafe.

Cumberland Cornucopia Show

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West Windsor Community Farmers Market – Trailer

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Host Megan Gunning Patterson talks with farm market manager Chris Cirkus and market founder Beth Feehan about their vision for the West Windsor Community Farmers Market and their community, as well as their relationships with the vendors. While at the market, Megan and Chef Jim Weaver shop for the ingredients for a farm-to-table meal at Tre Piani Restaurant that evening. 

Then Megan and the crew head out to visit the farm market vendors at their farms: Chia-Sin Farm, Stults Farm and Terhune Orchards, and then over to Cherry Grove Farm to see how cheese is made.

The program culminates with 50 happy guests enjoying the delicious meal prepared by Tre Piani Restaurant owner and chef Jim Weaver, who graciously shared his recipes with us.

 

West Windsor Community Farmers Market Show

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In Development – Jersey Blues

 

In Jersey Blues, a new half-hour show that is part of the Fresh! series, host Megan Gunning Patterson takes a look at the tasty blueberry.  The Garden State ranks fifth in the nation in blueberry production. Chock full of antioxidants, blueberries are healthy and nutritious – but they are also outrageously delicious.

This show includes a visit to Art & Carol Brown’s B&B Farms in Galloway, Rutgers Philip E. Marucci Center for Blueberry and Cranberry Research, Plagido’s Winery where blueberry wine is produced, Historic Whitesbog Village where the blueberry was first cultivated, and ends at Penza’s Pies at the Red Barn Café where the most divine blueberry pies are baked.

 

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To complete this show for a June 2018 broadcast, GNJP must raise an additional $5,000. The show is entirely filmed and ready to be edited. The additional funding will cover editing, graphics, closed captioning, distribution, packaging and promotion. 

GNJP is looking for one more funder at $5,000 or two more funders at $2,500. Any organization or individual who donates $2,500 or more will be listed in the broadcast credits as a major sponsor as well as included on GNJP’s website, on Vimeo, in social media and in promotional materials.

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A new series all about New Jersey farms, farm markets, roadside stands, gardens and cooking fresh with show host Megan Gunning Patterson.

Megan talks with farmers; visits farms, dairies, vineyards, orchards, a produce distribution center, organic farms, CSAs, farm markets, farmers markets, restaurants cooking local, a dock and a nursery. Each show features a special cooking segment to inspire cooking with local, nutritious and delicious produce.

Greener New Jersey Productions is a 501(c)(3) federal tax-exempt nonprofit incorporated in the state of New Jersey.  All donations are tax deductible.