Links to North Fork Works programs 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and to Southold Historical Society to learn about the North Fork’s past and present.
Otto Schoenstein, 84, Greenport resident, shares a lifetime of stories about what he has built in his life, including the blacksmith shop and the lantern room of Bug Lighthouse on the North Fork. June Shoenstein joins the conversation. (Re-broadcast on July 5, 2017 and produced by Tony Ernst.)
Eli Rogosa, farmer, baker and author of Restoring Heritage Grains: the culture, biodiversity, resilience and cuisine of ancient wheats, which includes a history of grain growing, practical advice on landrace wheat husbandry, seed collecting, increasing agro-diversity, the Neolithic diet and traditional recipes for rustic bread, pastry and beer. (Broadcast on WPKN radio on June 7, 2017 and produced by Tony Ernst.)
Proprietors of Blue Moon, a North Fork family fish business: Alex Villani, a long-time fisherman and Stephanie Villani, fishmonger talk about the gratifications and challenges of commercial fishing for a small Mattituck-based family business (Re-broadcast on WPKN on May 3, 2017 and produced by Tony Ernst.)
Eileen Duffy, food and wine journalist, writer and activist talks about her first book “Behind the Bottle: The Rise of Wine on Long Island,” why she became a wine expert and why she is an activist. (Broadcast on WPKN on April 5, 2017 and produced by Tony Ernst.)
Eleanor Morris Lingo, 89-year old North Fork native, tells us about being an African-American woman living and working through the 1940s, 50s, 60s—in Southold, Bridgeport, Manhattan, Brooklyn and Greenport–until the present day. (Re-broadcast on WPKN on February 3, 2017. Produced by Tony Ernst.)
Dave Berson: sea captain, celestial navigator, author, musician and skipper of the solar-charged boat Glory talks about his life and work and why Greenport is the only place in the world he wants to live. Music by Dave Berson. (Re-broadcast on WPKN on January 4, 2017. Produced by Tony Ernst.)