Red Clover Farms (Organic) Community Supported Agriculture

October 12th, 2010

barn2Sign up for their 2011 CSA Program and receive the rest of the 2010 market season for FREE!

What is a CSA & how does it work?

A CSA, Community Supported Agriculture, is a growing agricultural movement that offers farm preservation, and connects you with your farming community. By signing up with a farm, you become a member of the CSA and receive a weekly box of locally grown produce which you pick up weekly during the harvest season. Each share contains whatever is ripe that week.

Red Clover Farms began back in 1915 as a dairy farm operated by Great Grandma & Grandpa Slinka.

J.Slinka & Sons provided the state of CT with fresh milk, beef, pork, poulry, eggs & produce sold at numerous roadside stands.

Red Clover Farms is on its fourth generation of farming. Today, Great Granddaughter Kimberly runs the organic farm operation with the help of her family and also friends who want to lend a hand.

Red Clover Farms is appoximately 40 acres & currently grows organic vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs, mushrooms, xmas trees and hay.

Please visit their website redcloverblossom.com to find out more information.

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