Queens County Museum Reopens with Cover Crop Installation
Queens County Farm Museum welcomes the public for the first time since closing in March. Visitors can explore the planting fields, feed the goats, meet the farmers, take a hayride, and shop. Plus, the Glen Oaks property displays its first site-specific installation, Cover Crop.
Created by borough native Aaron Asis with support from Queens Council of the Arts, “Cover Crop” consists of a half-acre of crisscrossing paths that allow visitors to pass through a field of buckwheat, rye, and sweet peas.