Seven Arrows East

Seven Arrows is a coastal retreat and sustainable farm on the outskirts of New York City. Come and enjoy an immersive experience with gorgeous waterfront views, forest hiking and lovingly grown food farmed on premises.

Accessible Location

A short ferry ride or drive from NYC, Seven Arrows is easily accessible by Seastreak or NJ Transit.

Human-Powered Agriculture

Our small, diversified farm utilizes sustainable, human-scale methods that help to improve tilth by enhancing the biodiversity in our living soil.

Getting back to basics.

We aspire to produce as many of the resources that we need to thrive, including food, livestock feed, rich soil and fuel.

Blog Archives

A new year with so much to look forward to!

Happy New Year! 2014 was a pretty amazing year with a perfect balance of challenging work and abundant harvests. We’ve learned so much in such a short time and we’re proud of what we’ve accomplished so far. We are eager to continue growing and improving our offerings here at Seven Arrows. We have some amazing

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Short film of the homestead by Mike Boylan

Posted in Field by Megan Paska

The folks from The Anchor in Asbury Park came up with some friends to join us for a casual farm dinner! One of our guests, Michael Boylan, made a video to accompany a post on the Anchor, which can be viewed HERE! We’re so pleased to be making new friends! Seven Arrows from Michael Boylan

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Farmers Meg & Michael Blogging Asbury Park’s The Anchor

Posted in CSA, Field by Megan Paska

Hey folks, Check it out! Meg and Michael have been invited to post regular farm updates from Asbury Park’s culture blog, The Anchor.¬†¬†Check in for regular content from the Homestead! <3 Meg

CSA Shares for 2013 SOLD OUT!

Posted in CSA by Megan Paska

We’re both overjoyed and a little saddened to announce that we are now sold out of CSA shares for the 2013 growing season. We’ve been blown away by the outpouring of support for the farm, but we wish we could provide a larger number of shares to meet the demand. Alas, we are a small

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