Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum tries to stay afloat during pandemic
The Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum is closed due to the coronavirus pandemic after nearly 370 years and is looking for ways to keep the community involved.
This time of year, farm staff is typically picking its spring harvest. It has ramped up production as the farm prepares to supply local food pantries with fresh vegetables.
The historic house is trying to raise money for the next step in giving back.
The land around the city's oldest house is still open to the public, but staff is anticipating the day it can once again welcome students.