Cumberland Cornucopia

Enjoy a visit to Cumberland County in South Jersey.

Fresh! show host Megan Gunning Patterson finds an abundance of fresh, nutritious and delicious local produce, seafood and garden products as she explores the abundance farm country.

Watch the trailer below or the half-hour show further down the page

In the show, Megan visits the following places  (and you can visit these places, too!):

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

Funding for Cumberland Cornucopia provided by Citizens United to Protect the Maurice River, Cumberland County Board of Agriculture, Cumberland County Agriculture Development Board, The New Jersey Farm Bureau, foundations, grants and individual donors. Special thanks to Jane Morton Galetto for all her assistance.

Watch the half-hour show here

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Find out more about South Jersey’s natural environment – visit Citizens United to Protect the Maurice River & Its Tributaries website

CU Maurice River was founded in 1979 and  was pivotal in the designation of the Maurice River as part of the National Wild & Scenic River System.  As South Jersey’s leading watershed organization, CU Maurice River engages in fieldwork, advocacy, research, and education initiatives generating and contributing to a greater understanding of local environment and wildlife. CU Maurice River’s work is accomplished through an extensive network of naturalists, field experts, citizen scientists, and volunteers.