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Farm Share Spotlight: KDCROP FARMS

KDCrop Farms

KDCROP FARMS in Chaplin 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 2006, KDCROP FARMS is a vegetable, herb, fruit, starter plant, and egg farm. The farm is family run and woman-owned, led by Kelly Caisse. They use organic, non-chemical, no-till techniques to grow their produce, reduce carbon footprint by mostly using hand tools, and keep the soil happy! KDCROP FARMS also produces a line of value-added relishes, pickles, jams, and salsas that are farm-raised, handmade, and naturally grown for the garden fresh, farm-to-table experience.

They run a weekly CSA program in which customers receive a 6-item box for 10 weeks of mixed vegetables, fruit, jars, eggs, starter plants, sauerkraut, and cheese from Cato Corner Farm at a pick-up point on the farm and farmers markets they attend. A portion of CSA profits are donated to the Chaplin Elementary School PTO and other schools.

If you are a Connecticut resident who is interested in a reduced cost CSA share from KDCROP FARMS, 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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