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Farm Share Spotlight: Fire Ring Farm

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Fire Ring Farm in Portland, CT is participating in CT NOFA’s Farm Share Program, which provides reduced cost Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shares – also known as farm shares – to Connecticut residents in need of financial assistance.

Established in 2009, Fire Ring Farm is a community-supported farm in Portland, CT. It sits on roughly 4 acres of land overlooking the Connecticut River and is surrounded by the Palmer Taylor Preserve, managed by the Middlesex Land Trust. Both Fire Ring Farm and Palmer Taylor Preserve are on the original land of the Wangunk and Quinnipiac first people. Their mission is to unite members of the local community and foster a profound connection to the origins of their sustenance while focusing on sustainability. They warmly welcome individuals from all walks of life and facilitate their connection to the soil. They believe our actions should have a local impact while considering global implications.

Their CSA includes 16 weeks of seasonal produce and eggs.

If you are a Connecticut resident who is interested in a reduced cost CSA share from Fire Ring Farm, visit their website to apply for a share.

Don’t need a discounted CSA but would like to support them in providing discounted CSA shares to those in need? You can donate to their fund here.

To learn more about the program or to search for a participating farm close to you, visit the Farm Share Program page.

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