GINA + DAN NAPOLITANO
Farmer Dan, and his wife Gina founded The Napolitano Family Farm in January of 2018. Together they have worked to ensure that their produce meets the quality standards of their family and yours. You can find these two harvesting their crop out in Brentwood NY. “Our mission has always been to provide our local community and restaurants with fresh, nourishing, delicious produce.”
From tiny seeds to flourishing crop — our farm has grown. We strive to provide our community fresh, organic, diverse and delicious produce. Our fruit and vegetables are untouched by chemicals and hand-picked for guaranteed freshness.
We are proud to serve from our family to yours!
Our farm is a pesticide-free, no chemical farm. We take pride in serving a variety of fruits and vegetables that are sure to elevate any dish. Whether it be a Sunday night tomato sauce or a fresh watermelon salad, to stuffed Padron peppers with a garlic aioli - we’re sure to provide all your essential ingredients.
No Chemicals, No Manure, No Worries!
The Napolitano Family Farm would like to acknowledge that their farm is on occupied indigenous land, Secatogue Land. Algonquin Indians inhabited Long Island for centuries and the Secatogue Tribe occupied all of the area in the town of Islip where the Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood campus is located.
seeds with care
for our community
at our Farm
If you’re interested in helping out on the farm, please fill out the information below. Perfect for students looking to major in agriculture.
Tasks include weeding, planting, harvest, and general tidying up.
All volunteers who work at least 2 hours will go home with a bag of veggies during harvest season!