Cold Spring Farm

East Haddam, Connecticut

Why do we at Cold Spring Farm grow with nature? The easiest reason we can offer is that it just makes sense. Everything we need for life to thrive is here already. It’s in the air, and it’s in the soil. That’s where our health is, too. If we pay attention to Nature, and we work alongside it, we reap the harvest of health. Health is in the air we breath, the soil we stand on and the food we eat. Working with Nature means we are channeling the abundance of natural resources Nature already provides to grow life. It means that everything Nature creates is useful to us. Leaves, rainfall, sunlight, wind, trees, and so on. It means we are using what Nature provides to build our soil health and grow our food. On a microbiological level, we are feeding an active soil teeming with life that provides the nutrients our plants need to produce the ‘fruit’, which is a byproduct of our true wealth – the soil.

Farm Products:

Produce, herbs, flowers, eggs, pork, chicken, beef, cheeses, and more. Summer and Winter CSA Shares also available!


Jess Stone

Mailing Address:

46 Lake Hayward Rd, Colchester, CT 06415

Farm Location:

46 Lake Hayward Rd, Colchester, CT 06415
[ GPS Address: 46 Town Road, Colchester – Get Directions ]


(860) 316-8368



Our Farm Stand is OPEN from May 1 – January 1 and our Farm Store is OPEN year-round — just call ahead.



What’s Growing:

Special Information:

  • In addition to visiting the Farm Stand and Store, Cold Spring Farm products can be purchased at area Farmers’ Markets: East Haddam, Colchester, New London, Groton, and Ivoryton.
  • Cold Spring Farm is the home of Common Ground CSA which operates from June-October and will soon be launching a Winter Share in 2016!
  • Internships and apprenticeships available.
  • Contact us for this year’s line up of classes on the farm.

145 Dennison Road, Essex, CT 06426

Phone: (860) 581-8554

This website had been produced with an Agriculture Viability Grant made available through the Connecticut Department of Agriculture.
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