Housed in the 1930s farm complex built by John D. Rockefeller Jr., Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is a working farm, restaurant and education center devoted to teaching, demonstrating and promoting sustainable, community-based food production. In addition to tours (guided, audio or self-guided) and classes, visitors can walk along farm roads that pass fields where cattle, chickens, pigs, ducks, turkeys and sheep graze. The property connects to the adjacent, 1,233-acre Rockefeller State Park Preserve. Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture is working to change the way America eats and farms. In a world dominated by industrial-scale agriculture, the farm and education center are a laboratory for resilient, sustainable agriculture and for ideas that can create a new food future — one that is better for people, communities and the environment. As an 80-acre working farm in the Hudson River Valley, just 25 miles north of Manhattan, Stone Barns is a center of vegetable, livestock and soil-building experimentation and demonstration.