Cold Spring Farm

Established in 2011, Cold Spring Farm is a new addition to the lovely, historically agricultural landscape of East Haddam, Connecticut. The original late 1800's farm site was known as the Dutton Farm, and in the 1900's it became known as the Rose Farm. Most recently, it served as the home of the Rose Farm Gallery, owned by Charlie and Debbie Farrow of East Haddam.

This small-scale organic farm came to fruition through a quick word-of-mouth connection and a handshake-deal between landowner and farmer. Started by an East Haddam native named Jessica Stone, Cold Spring Farm has grown to offer a wide variety of organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits. We have also begun to expand our growing space to other privately-owned properties in East Haddam and Moodus. With her 18 month-old son, Mason, in tow, Jess will begin sharing the fruits and (vegetables!) of her labor with the local community beginning in 2012.

You will soon be able to find an abundant variety of our mouth-watering produce and fruits, as well as gorgeous herbs and flowers, at a number of locations throughout East Haddam and surrounding towns.

We are now accepting inquiries for Spring 2013 Internships.

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Listing last updated on Dec 7, 2012

Look for our locally grown and locally known "Mason's Pickles" this summer at the East Haddam Farmers' Market and taste-test this year's newest Lavender Pickles and Mexican Sour Pickles. Other flavors will be available for purchase at the market.



Schedule and Location:

East Haddam Farmers' Market
Grange Hall, Town Street, East Haddam
Wednesdays from 4:00-7:00 p.m.

Higganum Village Farmers' Market
Town of Higganum Village Green
Fridays from 3:30-6:30 p.m.

Schedule and Location:

1 Cold Spring Road, East Haddam, CT 06423
Sunday-Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.




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