Monday, March 4, 2013

Stone Gardens Farm Adopting Birdseye Rd

 Stone Gardens Farm, located at 83 Saw Mill City Road in the White Hills, is the only farm in Shelton where residents can buy shares of the season's harvest.  The CSA program (short for "Community Supported Agriculture,") allows people to pay a seasonal fee up front and then pick up a box of whatever produce was harvest each week.  Stone Garden Farms also operates at vegetable stand at the farm, and participates in the City Seed farmers' markets in New Haven.  
The farm has adopted the section of Birdseye Road that runs between Pearmain Road and Saw Mill City Road.  Birdseye is one of only six roads in Shelton that have been officially declared "scenic" by the Board of Aldermen. Other Shelton farms who have adopted a stretch of road for litter removal include Fairview Tree Farm and Jones Family Farms, both of whom adopted portions of Walnut Tree Hill Road. Thank you! 

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