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ORGANIC

FARMS/PRODUCERS/HANDLERS

CERTIFIED ORGANIC

GUY’S ECO-GARDEN
Bay State Organic Certifiers
276 Leavenworth Rd
Shelton, CT 06484-1811
203 929-3080

Flowers, fruit, garlic, grapes, greenhouse, herbs, salad green, transplants, vegetables.
Small vineyard.
Shelton farmers market.
Farm stand at farm: 7 days per week 9:00 AM till dark-honor system.
Organic transplant sales: mid May-June.
Main season crops: mid July-mid October—Call ahead for details.
Non-certified organic sweet corn, cornstalk bundles & haystraw (grown without herbicides and pesticides) also available.
We use biodynamic farming methods.

SHORTTS FARM & GARDEN CENTER
Bay State Organic Certifiers
Jim & Susannah Shortt
52-A River Side Rd
Sandy Hook, CT 06482
203 426-9283

Bedding plants, eggs, flowers, fruit, herbs, perennials, salad greens, transplants, vegetables.
New Canaan & Sandy Hook Organic farmers’ markets
Farm store at farm: Apr -Oct. 7 days a week

WARRUPS FARM
Stellar Certification Services
Bill Hill
51 John Reed Rd
West Redding, CT 06896
203 938-9403
warrupsfarm@sbcglobal.net

Christmas trees, flowers, fruit, garlic, gourds, hay, herbs, maple candy, maple syrup, pumpkins, vegetables.
Weston farmer’s market.
Farm stand: mid August-end of Oct, Tues-Sunday, 10:00am-6:00pm.
Retail store and pick your own sales.
Maple syrup making demonstrations 1st three weekends in March—pick your own pumpkins & hayrides weekends in October, group visits Tues-Fri.

The below farms are not certified organic but their proprietors state that they use organic principles and management:

HOLBROOK FARM
Lynn & John Holbrook
45 Turkey Plain Rd (Rt. 53)
Bethel, CT 06801-2842
203 792-0561

Bedding plants, cheese, eggs, flowers, fruit, garlic, greenhouse, herbs, honey, milk, on-site bakery, perennials, pork, poultry, salad greens, straw, transplants, vegetables.
Farm stand: year round Mon-Sat 10:00am-6:00pm.

MILLSTONE FARM
Betsy Fink & Annie Farrell
180 Millstone Rd
Wilton, CT 06897
203 834-2605
veglady@mac.com

Eggs, gourds, greenhouse, salad greens, transplants, vegetables.
retail, wholesale, restaurant & school/college sales.
Will hold events at Ambler Farm in Wilton -- please call for information.

TAYLOR FAMILY FARM
Don Taylor
94 Great Plain Rd
Danbury, CT 06811
203 744-1798

Bedding plants, flowers, garlic, gourds, greenhouse, hay, herbs, honey, perennials, salad greens, transplants, vegetables.
Bethel, Danbury & Georgetown farmer’s markets

Thanks to Northeast Organic Farming Association for help in compiling these listings.

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