The restaurant also includes a full bar that flaunts its contemporary design and spacious layout.
Riverpark Farm works in partnership with the Alexandria Center for Life Sciences and is located in the same building.
Zach Pickens (above) is the on-site urban farmer for Riverpark Farm. He is responsible for tending over 3,000 square feet of crops and buying produce not grown in Riverpark at local farmer’s markets around New York. The soil is specially treated with organic mineral fertilizers and compost made with kitchen scraps.
Riverpark farm uses milk crates to economically store its crops due to its widespread availability, airflow, water drainage, and mobility. Garlic is being grown in hay filled milk crates (above).
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