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Welcome

Explore the Farm Yesterday and Today...

Stone Acres Farm is a sixty-three acre working farm located in the historic coastal New England town of Stonington, Connecticut. The property's rolling hills, gardens, and acres of vegetable production are open to visitors. We celebrate natural farming, sustainable food, culinary education and the preservation of open space, cultural landscapes, and historic structures.

The farmstand will be open daily, starting April 15th from 10am-6pm for our perennial plant sale.  We will also be offering a selection of bagged greens, farm fresh eggs from our feathered ladies, bread, herbs and much more!

 
FARM

Farm and Farm Market. At Stone Acres Farm, we grow delicious food in a sustainable manner that is nourishing to the environment that supports it.  Our farming decisions are guided by a passion for the importance of flavor, adventure and variety in food, keeping in mind the wisdom of natural systems and the role they play in agriculture...Read More

 

DINE

Dinners at the Farm. Stone Acres Farm hosts a variety of food inspired events throughout the year, including farm dinners, guest chefs, culinary workshops and much more.  See what's cooking on the farm, and join us for dinner!....Read More

 

BLOOM

Flowers and Gardens. There is nothing like fresh cut flowers to compliment your home. Many of the flowers on the farm are grown among herbs and vegetables to promote biodiversity and provide a habitat for beneficial species...Read More

 

LEARN

Education. Stone Acres is home to the Yellow Farmhouse Education Center, a space to preserve and celebrate culinary, agricultural and cultural heritage through cooking classes and other education programming....Read More

ROOTS

Philosophy and History. We are rooted in a 200 year history that supports local agriculture and community. Dating back to 1765, Stone Acres Farm is an iconic property and former dairy farm. The farm originally consisted of approximately 225 acres and has been in continual operation since before the Revolutionary War...Read More