Frank Trentacoste Expands Farm; to Work with Children’s Camp

April 1, 2014 in Past Events

Bhumi Farms in Amagansett, started by Frank Trentacoste last year  has increased its size from two acres to 5 acres  . “We are planning on offering more varieties of vegetables and larger servings of farm favorites,” says Frank. Even so, they expect to sell out their shares this season, so if you want to join the CSA hurry. Contact Frank at

Bhumi Farms has also struck a partnership with the East Hampton Sports Camp @ Sportime. Frank will be teaching a farming elective each week to interested campers. “I’m really excited about teaching children good eating habits before they fall prey to McDonalds, Taco Bell et al and all their catchy jingles,” says Frank. I created a farm share that runs concurrent to the camp duration, so interested families will be able to pick-up their farm share while they pick-up their children. Two for one. Some of the vegetables in the farm share will be grown and harvested by the children