We are a family, and each one of us loves things that grow. Currently we tend 30+ varieties of fruits and vegetables in northern Fairfield County. Our farm is rooted in a holistic belief that our growing system should stretch beyond the boundaries of the organic label. No chemicals are used. No synthetic fertilizers enter our soil. None of our seeds are genetically modified. Our beds are permanent, and we strive to use a traditional and sustainable model to steward the small piece of land we care for.
We offer a mix of vegetables including kale, drying beans, wax beans, radishes, tomatoes, and much more.
We offer a few different varieties of fruit including watermelon, small cantaloupes, and wild blackberries.
We offer a number of value added products seasonally including pickles, jams, recipes, and more.
Cedar Hollow Farm
Allan, Susan, Ian Johnson
Who We Are
What We Offer
Good food grown in a good way