A Little Piece of Heaven

In the Heart of Long Island

A Farm for the Community

We are always looking for volunteers

Plant Your Time

Join our amazing team of volunteers and help us bring fresh, organically grown produce to the homes of Long Island.

CSA Memberships

Spring – Summer – Fall

You can now purchase your CSA Membership via our website. Just click on the button below and see the pricing and the details for each seasonal membership.

Events, Happenings
& Schedule

Check out our up coming events

    A child friendly environment

    Bethel Hobbs Community Farm sits on 11 acres of farmland in Centereach, Long Island.

    We are a volunteer-based, Christian ministry who has come alongside the Bethel AME Church, to provide fresh wholesome produce to those in need, through a network of local food pantries and soup kitchens. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible.

    Farm Stand & Farmer’s Market

    Get your spot today and be part of our community.

    Not all farm stands are the same. We believe the importance of knowing where your food comes from and invite you to visit the farm and stroll the fields so you can see exactly where your food is coming from…

    News, Blog and More

    To keep you update about the support that our farm is providing to our community we have created this section, where we will be posting all about our activity.At the same time, we will be posting some tips and other relevant information about your our farm.

    The Skinny on Eggplant

    Lauren Benedetto RN, BSN www.thewritern.com Eggplant is a great addition to a healthy diet. It is high in antioxidants, vitamins and fiber, and is low in calories. Studies have shown that it may even protect your DNA. By doing so, this veggie may prevent some serious...

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    Brookhaven Town Honored Alfred Hobbs

    Brookhaven Town Honored Alfred Hobbs

    Bethel Hobbs Community Farm is rich in history. Brookhaven Town honored Alfred Hobbs for his dedication to his Long Island farm and to the local farming community during the 2019 Black History Month Celebration.

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