The Farm in Woodbury was started in 1988 by the Berecz family. Today, the three brothers run the farm.
“We grow a wide variety, pretty much everything in the seed catalog from the beginning to the end,” said Stephen Berecz, co-owner of The Farm. “We have different things from greens to tomatoes, squash, pumpkins. We manage roughly 300-and something acres.”
During the fall season, The Farm opens up to the community. It offers a corn maze, hayrides and pick-your-own pumpkins on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
The Berecz family says it’s a modern approach farm living and something that has been a part of Connecticut’s history for decades.
“Family farm importance I think in the Connecticut landscape because it offers culture and diversity that you can’t get with just a supermarket - supporting your community directly and preserving the land in a way that we think it’s intended to be used,” said Michael Berecz.
For more information on The Farm in Woodbury, you can visit https://thefarmwoodbury.com/
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