Members pick up their shares at the growing field once a week, Tuesday or Friday; a variety of produce is included, plenty for a small family. Herbs, flowers, berries and small items like cherry tomatoes and snap peas may be "you pick" as part of the share.
January 2011 We farm a 5-acre field on one of the few remaining unpaved roads near our house in NW Connecticut. We grow berries, vegetables, herbs and flowers on a 1-acre (plus) plot. Our small flock of sheep provide compost for the garden and wool for handspinners and crafters. Fresh brown eggs are available from our cage-free hens.
All of our crops -including the flowers- are Certified Naturally Grown. We have grown sustainably since we began farming in 1997, and the farm was certified organic in 2002 (by NOFA-CT.) We have continued using organic practices since then. We participate in Certified Naturally Grown inspections and adhere to the NOFA Farmer's Pledge. Visitors to the farm are welcome on a moment's notice.
- Season: June through October
- Type: Single farm
- No of Shares:12
- Full Share: $475/ season
- Work Req?No
Pick Up/Drop Off Points:
- Frostfire Farm
Members pick up their shares at the field once a week.
Contact: Elaine Frost
Address: Town Hill Road , Goshen, CT 06756
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