We are a family owned and operated farm that grows up to 500 acres a year of green beans for wholesale and more than 100 acres of mixed vegetables for retail sale. We have a large retail stand at our farm and also run a fall fest and corn maze in the fall. Our mixed vegetables also include heirloom varieties, specialty varieties and herbs. We have greenhouse tomatoes and vegetables in the spring and grow a wide variety of annuals.

After a very successful Second season, we are looking forward to offering even more vegetables this year and different varieties from last. We have had so many of you sign up again this year to date and are excited to see so many new members as well.

Listing last updated on Jun 2, 2014

We feature a wide variety of produce and pride ourselves on the highest quality possible for our customers. Our stand is stocked with the items we produce as well as other items grown and or produced in Connecticut. We offer heirloom varieties, specialty varieties and hard to find items as well.



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1987

# of Shares:  315

Full Share:  $600 full share - 18 week shares

1/2 Share:  $350 half share - 18 week share $200 Quarter share - 9 week share

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

The farmstand is open daily seven days a week from 8 am - 7pm. during the summer wilth shortened hours in spring, fall, and winter.



Green beans, peppers, hot peppers, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, eggplant, herbs, carrots, onions, scallions, beets, swiss chard, straw, cornstalks, pumpkins, as well as many other products when available.See our website for full listing.



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I loved my experience using this CSA this year (2013). The veggies and fruit were always great quality. If anything there was too much food! They had a few lean weeks in the beginning, but they always offered other items to make up for it.... [more]


I participated in the 2012 summer CSA at Fair Weather Acres. I purchased a 1/2 share. While the people were friendly and we received a lot of produce, the quality was often lacking.... [more]


My summer kicked off to a slow start. I didn't hear about the CSA until it had already started. I got in on week 6. I have been having so much fun trying different veggies and recipes.... [more]

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