Assist New Milford in protecting and preserving our surviving farmlands

Wind Swept Farm

Wind Swept Farm

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On a sloping four-acre lot in his backyard, Steve Kleppin enjoys a bit of Christmas year round.
As the owner of Windswept Tree Farm, Steve harvests and sells a variety of fir trees during the holiday season.

Sullivan Farm

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Plumes of smoke rising from the sugar shack in early spring, and rows the sunflowers in bloom in summer are the scenes most motorists see while passing Sullivan Farm on Route 202..

Mayapple Farm, CSA

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It all started with one large garden. We thought we would just grow enough for ourselves and for our neighbors.

Fort Hill Farm, CSA

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We believe that high quality, fresh, organically grown food is a birthright of all the world’s citizens.

Clatter Valley Farm

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Most daily commuters know Jeremy and Willow Schultz from The Berry Farm, the roadside stand they operated along Route 7 in New Milford. Five years ago, the couple started a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) at their Clatter Valley farm

Centerbrook Farm

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From the time he was barely four, Jesse Miller, 20, knew he wanted to be a farmer. That’s when he started working with his grandfather, James Hipp, at Centerbrook Farm, Chestnut Land Road (Route 109) in New Milford.  The farm has been owned by the Hipp family since 1896.