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by Jojo Frey October 25, 2014

Established in 2001, Sport Hill Farm is one of the newer farms in Easton, CT. The farm features an educational center, as well as a summer camp for children. Their on‐site market offers a beautiful array of fresh vegetables, dairy products and eggs, as well as local artisan products. Sport Hill Farm also sells produce wholesale to quite a few restaurants throughout the state, including two of my favorites, South End of New Canaan and The Whelk in Westport.

Chickens at Sport Hill FarmOnly thirteen years old, Sport Hill Farm has already had a strong impact on it’s
surrounding community. Back in 2005, Sport Hill introduced the first Community‐ Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program to Easton, CT. This past year, they introduced their new Crop Cash Program, where individuals can pay for a farmer’s start‐up costs during the winter then reap the benefits during the growing season.

If you’re in the area, this lovely little farm is well worth a visit! Stock up on delicious fresh
vegetables and eggs from their large flock of chickens. On our recent visit, we picked up some local honey, sweet and crunchy green beans, meaty flavorful tomatoes, several heads of fall lettuces, and my favorite, a mild and creamy Camembert from Arethusa Dairy.


Sport Hill Farm

596 Sport Hill Road
Easton, CT

The Market at Sport Hill Farm Farm stand at Sport Hill Farm Chickens at Sport Hill Farm Crops at Sport Hill Farm

Jojo Frey
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