Here are a few of the things I’ve read lately in local newspapers thanks to CT Environmental Headlines.
Ambler Farm’s programs encourage sustainable practices
Nice article by the Wilton Bulletin about Ambler Farm. Here’s an excerpt:
“Ambler Farm’s mission is to celebrate our community’s agrarian roots. Before the birth of our throwaway society, rural communities such as Wilton had no choice but to reuse and recycle everything they could. They grew their own food and hay to feed their animals, created organic compost from garden waste and leaves, stitched quilts from fabric scraps, made felt and knitted.
The programs for children, families and adults offered this winter and spring at Ambler Farm examine and celebrate these industrious and “green” ways in the garden and elsewhere. Discover how we may re-introduce sustainability into our lives.” Read the entire article…
Cheesemakers make Cato Corner Farm a cheese destination
The Day had an article about Cato Corner Farm. According to the article the farm produced 50,000 pounds of cheese in 2009! I’ve sampled their cheeses at the Litchfield Hills Farm Fresh Market. Delicious! Read the article…
Green thumb group wants more community gardens for Ridgefield
Last but not least, The Ridgefield Press had a story about creating a second community gardens for town residents. Read the article…
Hello, NE Bloggers!
Our 1-year anniversary is coming up on Jan 27. To mark the occasion I am going to put up a Mr. Linky on the evening of Monday, January 25. If you'd like to write a post about living in NE, fav places to visit, funny stories and stereotypes, recipes, photos of our gorgeous landscape, anything, it would be great if you would link in. I'd also like a little idea of # of participants, if you could just send me a reply.
Since I don't have emails from everyone, I'm also leaving this message in your comments, sorry for the double-up.