Convenient to more communities than ever, Sport Hill Farm’s organic CSA is a wonderful way to eat local-in-season. Farmer Patti Popp grows many varieties of vegetables and fruits, including heirloom vegetables like deer tongue lettuce, Romanesco broccoli (looks like green cauliflower), and green zebra striped tomatoes. Late season goodies like sauce tomatoes and sweet corn are perfect for freezing or putting up.
With 2012 almost over & a blanket of snow covers the fields
It’s natures way of letting farmers slow down and reflect over our seasonal yields.
It all began in 2004 with a crazy idea like never before,
leaving the comforts of a 9-5 to growing veggies to keep us alive.
Through misery & tears, nightmares of veggies fed my fears.
Whether you’re already a garlic fan or just learning to love this ancient yet beloved member of the allium family, this free workshop is for you. Drop in Fairfield Woods Branch Library anytime between 10 am and noon on Saturday, … Read more
Want to give your child a taste of sustainable education? The Unquowa School’s Summer Farm Camp is open to children in grades Pre-K through 6th and “offers the fun of traditional camp while teaching the principles of sustainable food systems … Read more
Charlie is a fourth grader at King’s Highway Elementary School in Westport who has a deep passion for the farming life. It’s immediately obvious that Charlie would rather be farming than anything else, so when his teacher offered him the … Read more