Fairfield County Edition

Buy Fresh and Local!

Nearby Farms Offer Many Things You Need

For those looking to source healthier vegetables and fruits for themselves and their families this year, you’re in luck! Our region is home to a wide variety of organic farms with more sustainable and humane agricultural practices. The following is a list of some of the farms in the area, as provided by the Northeast Organic Farming
Association of Connecticut (CT NOFA, CTNOFA.org).

FAIRFIELD

Ambler Farm, Wilton
AmblerFarm.org 
Community farm, educational programs, garlic, herbs, maple products, salad greens, vegetables
Farm Stand: June-October; Saturday, 9am-2pm
Farmers Market: Wilton 

Belta’s Farm, Westport
203-454-2293
BeltasFarm.org 
Eggs, flowers, garlic, jams/preserves,salad greens/microgreens, vegetables 

Butternut Gardens, Southport
203-257-4597
ButternutGardens.com 
Fairfield County’s only cut flower farm provides customers the chance to reconnect with seasonal flowers and support local agriculture as they choose from hundreds of varieties for sale right on the farm, at nearby retail stores and for weddings and events in Fairfield County

Dancing Dog Farm, Ridgefield
914-629-3549 
Dancing Dog Farm practices organic and biological farming. Through biological farming, Dancing Dog focuses on soil health; good food comes from healthy plants, which can only stem from healthy soil

Dirt Rd Farm, Weston
203-216-0661
DirtRdFarm.com 
Maple syrup, vegetables, fruit, herbs for private events created by Phoebe Cole-Smith, chef/farmer

Farming 101, Newtown
203-304-1451
101BrushyHill.com 
Wholesale Products Available 
Farmers Market: Greenwich 

First Acre, LLC, Stratford
203-491-0505
FirstAcreCSA.com 
Eggs, flowers, garlic, herbs, melons, salad greens/microgreens, vegetables 
Farm Stand: Sandy Hook, Saturdays 
CSA: Mid-June-October, 20 weeks, weekly or bi-weekly 

Gilbertie’s Herbs & Garden Center, Westport
203-227-4175
GilbertiesHerbs.com 
Largest herb plant grower on the East Coast, providing certified organic products all over the northeast and offering free lectures and classes on the importance of growing organically

Grant Farm, Fairfield
203-259-8568 
Berries, flowers, fruit, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, melons, perennials, vegetables, wholesale 
Farm Stand: Friday and Saturday, 11am-3pm  

Guy’s Eco-Garden, Shelton
203-929-3080
GuysEcoGarden.com 
Baked goods, flowers, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, jams/preserves, lavender items, transplants, vegetables
Farmers Markets: Monroe 

Henny Penny Farm, Ridgefield
203-297-5995
HennyPennyFarmCT.com 
Educational programs, lamb, livestock, sheep, tours, wool/yarn/fleece, chicken/goat/rabbit meat 

The Hickories, Ridgefield
203-894-1851
TheHickories.org 
USDA-certified organic fruit, vegetables, cut flowers; pasture-raised lamb and pork; tours and workshops; spring, summer, fall and winter shares; wholesale 
Farm Stand: daily 10am-5pm (winter), 11am-6pm (summer)

Holbrook Farm, Bethel
203-792-0561
HolbrookFarm.net 
Baked goods, berries, cheese, CSA, educational programs, eggs, flowers, fruit, garden supplies, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, honey, preserves, milk, maple products, medicinal plants, melons, mushrooms, perennials, poultry, prepared foods, pumpkins, greens, seed, cosmetics, straw, transplants, vegetables 

Horseshoe Farm, Ridgefield
203-943-6928
HorseshoeFarmCT.com 
Vegetables, eggs, honey, maple syrup, flowers, mushrooms 

Jones Family Farms & Winery, Shelton
203-929-8425
JonesFamilyFarms.com 
PYO strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins and Christmas trees at our seven generation farm. Visit our winery for tastings or sign up for food and cooking classes at the Harvest Kitchen. Located on 400 acres in the White Hills of Shelton. Open seasonally; visit website for complete details 

Lachat Town Farm at the Juliana Lachat Preserve, Weston
203-227-6580 
LachatTownFarm.org 
Community farm, educational programs, garlic, herbs, flowers, greenhouse, children’s nature programs in July (see website), children’s garden in construction this summer, music events, art workshops, nature walks, 20 acres, tours of the 1770 restored farmhouse in the Juliana Lachat Preserve 
Farmers Market: last Friday of the month, June-October

Laurel Glen Farm, Shelton
203-305-9179
LaurelGlenFarm.com 
Asparagus, vegetables, herbs, melons, pumpkins, cut flowers 
CSA: Spring, summer and fall 
Farm Stand: Monday-Friday, 10:30am-6pm; Saturday, 9am-4pm 

Millstone Farm, Wilton
203-834-2605
Facebook.com/MillstoneFarmWilton 
Educational programs, eggs, garlic, gourds, greenhouse, herbs, honey, jams/preserves, lamb, maple products, pork, poultry, prepared foods, salad greens, sheep, tours, vegetables, wholesale, wool/yarn/fleece, Shetland wool blankets 
CSA: Contact via email - not open to public; by appointment only 

Mischa Brook Farm, Trumbull
203-378-5105 
Local farm stand that sells soap, candles, flowers, honey and other products that are handmade

Sepe Farm LLC, Sandy Hook
203-270-9507 
Specializing in consultation for anyone interested in raising sheep or lamb. Sheep, llama and alpaca shearing services provided. Over 40 years experience. Superior fleeces for hand spinners. “Connecticut Blanket” and sheepskins also available 

Shaggy Coos Farm, Easton
203-331-3306
ShaggyCoos.Farm 
Family-run farm located in the heart of Easton. All livestock is raised humanely without the use of any antibiotics or hormones

Simpaug Farms, Ridgefield
203-431-7166
SimpaugFarms.com 
Vegetable CSA with several pickup locations in Fairfield and Hartford Counties, Fairfield and
Ellington. Farmers markets, restaurant/retail wholesale delivery, sustainable farming practices 

Sleepy Cat Farm, Greenwich
203-485-9666
SleepyCatFarm.com 
Sleepy Cat Farm Foundation is a 14-acre privately owned garden open to the public for group tours and classes. Our goal is to promote horticulture within the local community. We have a small 12-member vegetable and fruit share
CSA: 12-member, May-November, $650/year 

Speckled Rooster Farm, Westport
860-748-5548
SpeckledRoosterFarm.com 
Eggs, farm stand, poultry, salad greens/microgreens, vegetables, wholesale 
CSA: Join our email list for weekly produce, ordering and pick-up info. Two pick-up days a week, year-round 

Sport Hill Farm, LLC, Easton
203-268-3137
SportHillFarm.com 
Crop cash program, summer farm camp, education events; wholesale available. Proud to be the 2017 “Farmer of the Year” recipient in the Farmers’ Almanac
CSA: 20 weeks; visit our website 
Farm Stand: Easton, May-mid December; closed Monday; see website 
Farmers Market: Westport, summer and winter 

Wakeman Town Farm, Westport
203-557-9195
WakemanTownFarm.org 
Apprenticeships, community farm, educational programs, vegetables 
Farm Stand: May-October, days and hours vary. Please check our website
CSA: We support local farms as a CSA pick-up location

Warrup’s Farm, West Redding
203-938-9403
WarrupsFarm.com 
Christmas trees, educational programs, garlic, gourds, hay rides, maple products, pumpkins, winter squash; maple syrup demos 1st three weekends in March, noon-5pm; PYO pumpkins and hayrides weekends in October and Columbus Day, 10am-5pm; group visits Tuesday-Friday by reservation 
Farm Stand: Mid-August to end of October, Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-6pm 
Farmers Market: Lachat, Weston 

Wells Hill Farm, Weston
917-602-1383
WellsHillFarm.org 
Compost/mulch, educational programs, eggs, firewood/forest products, flowers, fruit, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, melons, perennials, salad greens/microgreens, sheep, tours, wool/yarn/fleece; nonprofit fundraising events host; school tours, children’s events (by appointment) 
CSA: We donate CSA shares to various non-profits to assist with their fundraising efforts

LITCHFIELD

Adamah Farm at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, Falls Village
860-824-3003, ext 3
Ed Programming: Adamah.org
West Hartford CSA: WHCSA.Adamah.org 
Falls Village CSA: FVCSA.Adamah.org 
Apprenticeships, berries, ed programs, flowers, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, jams/ preserves, livestock (goats), melons, perennials, pickles, prepared foods, pumpkins, salad greens, soaps/cosmetics, tours, vegetables
Farm Store/Gift Shop

Arethusa Farm, Litchfield
860-567-8270
ArethusaFarm.com 
We grow a full line of heirloom vegetables and unusual flowers for bouquets; we specialize in heirloom tomatoes and salad greens, cooking greens and beans. We also have a line of dairy products, including ice cream. Wholesale products available 
Farm Stand: 10am-6pm most days

Arethusa Farm Dairy, Bantam
860-361-6600
ArethusaFarm.com 
Located in the rolling pastures of the Litchfield Hills, Arethusa Farm has a proud tradition of raising award winning purebred Jersey, Holstein and Brown Swiss cows. We pride ourselves on providing the absolute highest level of care for our animals and creating all-natural, farm-fresh dairy goods with a truly exceptional taste

Buck Mountain Herbs Cornwall Coop Farm Market, Cornwall Bridge
860-671-1545 or 860-672-6552
BuckMountainHerbs.com
CornwallCoopFarmarket.com
Herb farm in Cornwall growing 70 plus varieties of culinary, medicinal and pollinator herbs for sale as plants. The Cornwall Cooperative Farm Market includes baked goods, beef, berries, catering, dairy, eggs, flowers, fruit, garlic, gourds, herbs, lamb, maple products, medicinal plants, perennials, pork, pumpkins, greens, cosmetics, vegetables, wool/yarn/fleece
Farm Stand: By appointment only April-September 
Farmers Market: Cornwall Co-Op 

Camps Rd Farm, Kent
860-338-855 
CampsRdFarm.com 
Eggs, flowers, herbs, hops, pork, poultry, salad greens/microgreens, tours, vegetables 
Farm Stand: Thurusday and Friday, 2-7pm; Saturday, noon-5pm 
CSA: Chicken CSA, $500, 20 chickens over 20 weeks; 1/2 pig shares, $400 + processing fees
Farmers Market: New Milford, summer and winter 

Cricket Hill Garden, Thomaston
860-283-1042
TreePeony.com 
Fruit trees, mushrooms, peony plants 
Farm Stand: April-June, Tuesday-Sunday, 10am- 4pm; by appointment rest of the year 

De Hoek Farm, New Milford
203-501-8586
Facebook.com/DeHoekFarm 
De Hoek Farm offers pasture-raised Black Angus beef. Our animals are hormone-free and antibiotic free and are sensitively processed in our onsite USDA-certified abattoir, a minimal stress environment that promotes tenderness and quality

Evergreen Berry Farm, LLC, Watertown
860-274-0825
EvergreenBerryFarm.com 
Blueberries, pick-your-own July-mid August; call

The Farm Woodbury, Woodbury
TheFarmWoodbury.com 
Old-fashioned values with cutting-edge technology give a new farm experience like no other. Let our young farming family provide your family with non-GMO products we too put on our tables and in our gardens
CSA: See website for details 

Finnegan’s Farm, West, New Milford
203-496-6122
Vegetables, fruit, yurt camping, wholesale; check us out on Instagram 
Farm Stand: 10am-5pm, June-October on a self- serve honor system 
Farmers Market: Washington Depot 

Fort Hill Farm, New Milford
860-350-3158
FortHillFarm.com 
Apprentice/internships, berries, flowers, fruit, garlic, herbs, melons, salad greens, spring transplants, vegetables, wholesale 
Farm Stand: Tuesday and Thursday, 2:30-6:30pm; PYO: 2-7pm; check website
Farmers Market: New Milford, Westport, summer and winter; Black Rock 
CSA: 300 Harvest Card shares, May-November, see website 

Hedgelawn Farm, Washington
917-613-9883
HedgelawnFarm.com 
Berries, fruit, garlic, grapes, melons, salad greens, vegetables, wholesale 
Farm Stand: Call, email or check Facebook page for availability and hours 

Maple View Farm, Harwinton
860-485-0815
MapleViewFarmCT.com 
Berries, eggs, fruit, garlic, greenhouse, hay, melons, vegetables 
CSA: See website for details 
Farm Stand: June-November 
Farmers Markets: Collinsville, Litchfield Indoor, Torrington 

Maywood Farm, Bridgewater
860-354-4104
MaywoodGardens.com 
Eggs, flowers, fruit, garlic, gourds, grapes, greenhouse, hay, herbs, honey, hops, jams/preserves, mushrooms, maple products, pumpkins, salad greens/microgreens, vegetables

Mountain View Farm, Kent
860-927-1856
MountainViewFarmKent.com 
Berries, eggs, flowers, fruit, garlic, herbs, jams/preserves, maple syrup, pickled products, pork, salad greens, transplants, vegetables, wholesale 
Farm Stand: at farm, open in season 
Farmers Markets: Kent, New Milford 

Percy Thomson Meadows, LLC, Bethlehem
203-598-9701
PercyThomsonMeadows.com 
Grass-fed and finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and poultry, vegetables, free-range eggs, wholesale 
CSA: Send payment for amount you would like to spend over 27-week season and we discount based on the date we receive your application 

Riverbank Farm, Roxbury
860-350-3276
RiverbankFarm.com
Apprenticeships, flowers, garlic, greenhouse, salad greens, transplants, vegetables and vegetarian prepared foods. Retail, restaurant, wholesale 
Farmers Markets: Westport, Darien, Greenwich, Old Greenwich, New Canaan, New Milford, New Haven Edgewood Park; Westport and Wooster Square winter markets 

Shiloh Run Farm, Harwinton
860-987-2750
ShilohRunFarm.com 
Vegetables, goat milk, honey, eggs, wholesale 
CSA: 20-week vegetable and herb 

Sloane Farm, LLC, Washington
SloaneFarm.com 
Provides strawberries, strawberry syrup, prepared salads, vegetables to stores in Litchfield County 
Farmers Market: Washington Depot, August through October 

Sun One Organic Farm, LLC, Bethlehem
203-266-7973
SunOneOrganic.com 
Apprenticeships, berries, flowers, garlic, herbs, microgreens, salad greens, vegetables, wholesale 
CSA: 18 weeks, beginning mid-June-October, $400 to $540 per share 

Sun Rise Sun Set Farm, Bethlehem
203-266-7467 
Asparagus, garlic, leeks, melons, onions, pumpkins, salad greens, shallots, vegetables 
Farmers Market: Southbury 

Sunshine Acres, Goshen
203-554-3524 
Compost/mulch, eggs, flowers, gourds, herbs, medicinal plants, melons, perennials, cosmetics, alpaca yarn 

Truelove Farms, Morris
203-217-6234
TrueloveFarms.org 
A small, sustainable farm focused on using natural, grass-based practices to ethically raise pork, beef, eggs and poultry. We use no growth hormones or sub-therapeutic antibiotics used and all our animals are brought up on pasture for a better quality of life and a higher quality product

The Village Farm, Gaylordsville
860-354-7008
GaylordsvilleVillageFarm.com
Baked goods, bedding plants, berries, candles, Christmas trees, eggs, flowers, fruit, garlic, gourds, herbs, preserves, maple products, melons, perennials, pumpkins, salad greens, soaps/ cosmetics, vegetables 
Farm Stand: 24 hours/honor system 
Farmers Market: Kent; Happy Acres Farm, Sherman 

Wild Carrot Farm, LLC, Bantam
860-977-6948
WildCarrotFarm.com 
Berries, educational programs, flowers, fruit, ginger, greenhouse, herbs, melons, pumpkins, salad greens, transplants, vegetables 
CSA: Late April-December. Four share levels: $100, $200, $400, $600; fresh produce and vegetables, flower and herb 
Farmers Markets: Collinsville, Litchfield 

Wright Farm LLC, Goshen
860-491-9868
WrightFarmOrganic.com 
Vegetables, fruits, artisan bakery, eggs 
CSA: Full or half vegetable, fruit and bakery available

Zelda’s Vegetables, Terryville
860-585-5978 
Flowers, garlic, herbs, honey, perennials, raspberries, salad greens, vegetables, specialty tomatoes (various varieties both heirloom and hybrid) 
Farm Stand: 7 days/week, self-serve, June/July-September 

Adapted from CT NOFA’s Farm and Food Guide 2018. Visit CTNOFA.org for a more complete list with additional information about each farm

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