The CT NOFA mission is to ensure the growth and viability of organic agriculture, organic food, and organic land care in Connecticut. We envision a healthy, organic Connecticut founded on ecologically, socially and economically just principles.

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CSA members receive a weekly or bi-weekly assortment of seasonal vegetables delivered fresh from the farm. Also, this is a good time of the year to put 'dibs' on a 2017 CSA share.

Click here for our list of Farm Members with CSAs.

Whole Farm Planning Certificate Course
Oct 29, 2016-May 13, 2017

CT NOFA's Whole Farm Planning Certificate Course is designed to help you realize the farm of your dreams by teaching the business and planning skills needed to run farms sustainable and profitably. This year's 10-session course runs occurs approx. every three weeks on Saturdays. Click here for more info.

Upcoming Events:

Farm-To-Table Sunday Supper
Sunday, October 23
2:00-6:00 pm

An afternoon meal in celebration of CT NOFA’s organic mission at the Red Barn on the historic Waldingfield Farm in Washington Depot, CT. Hosted by farmer Patrick Horan and featuring Connecticut’s own, Chef Jason Sobocinski. Sparkling wine will be served at 2 pm and followed shortly after by a tour of the farm. Following the tour, guests will be treated to a 3-course meal accompanied by fine wines and local brews. DETAILS HERE


Connecticut Soil Health Workshop
Healthy Soils: Organic Alternatives

Wednesday, November 2
9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Featuring Keynote, Brandon Smith, NRCS at Massaro Community Farm in Woodbridge, CT ~ The Healthy Soils: Organic Alternatives Workshop will teach participants how to incorporate alternative methods for soil health implementation on the farm.  The day will include a farm tour, equipment viewing and demos as well as hearing from farmers who have successfully implemented practices in organic production, cover cropping, and conservation tillage approaches.


FARM FILM NIGHT: "Polyfaces: A World of Many Choices"
Thursday, November 10 ~ 6:00-9:00pm
At The Audubon Center in Greenwich, CT

The ‘regenerative model’ of food production could be just the thing that saves us and Joel Salatin and Polyface, his farm, are making headlines worldwide. Join Jeff Cordulack from CT NOFA at Audubon Greenwich for, "Polyfaces: A World of Many Choices". This film shows how to regenerate landscapes, communities, local economies, customer’s health, and most importantly soils. If you eat, buy, or grow food - this film is a must see! Reception: 6:00-7:00 pm. Film and discussion: 7:00-9:00pm. Fee: $15. Wine and cheese reception included. Seating limited so please RSVP online here or call 203-308-2584.

(Not near Greenwich but want to host this film in your town? Let us know. Contact Jeff: organic@ctnofa.org or call the office.)


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The 2016 Farm & Food Guide
For your shopping pleasure! Click above to get our comprehensive guide to CT farms and business who support CT NOFA's mission.

WANT COPIES? For copies to distribute at your farm or business, contact the office. In the meantime, click on the cover image for the digital version.

logoWe thank Harbor Harvest for being the lead sponsor of the 2016 Farm and Food Guide! Visit their market in Norwalk, CT for local foods and pastured meats.

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Marketing Opportunities With CT NOFA!


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Host a Potluck Party Fundraiser
In Honor of an Organic Connecticut!

CT NOFA members accross the state are hosting fun gatherings that bring great food and great people together while supporting CT NOFA's organic mission. Click here for more info or contact Exec. Dir. Jeff Cordulack if you would like to host a party in our honor.

Learn Organic Lawn Care Online!
NOFA's Organic Lawn Care Certificate Course

This 8-hour online course is a great way to get up speed for doing your own lawn, as professional development landscapers, school staff, town land managers and anyone else who wants to get started down the road to non-toxic land care.
Learn more at:

CT NOFA: The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut
126 Derby Avenue, Derby, CT 06418

phone: (203) 308-2584 • fax: (203) 308-2586