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Long Island’s rich agricultural heritage serves as the backbone of the Long Island way of life. The first Long Island vineyard was planted in 1973. Now boasting more than 60 vineyards and wineries, Long Island Wine Country is recognized as one of the nation’s most exciting viticultural regions.
An array of product and produce are available at over 100 active farm stands. Visit ChooseLI.org for what’s available right now at local fish markets, farm stands and more then take the Pledge to Buy Local.
Long Island’s rich maritime heritage spans more than 400 years and is a major contributor to the high quality of life enjoyed here. Our docks, marinas, ports and fisheries provide sustainable fresh sources that feed people regionally and afar, supporting our local restaurants and service industries.
Top Local Long Island Aquatic Species: Skate, N. Quahog Clam, Eastern Oyster and Squid.