Located in a former county jail, this organization stone grinds locally grown & sourced non-pesticide grains. The mill provides a place for local farmers and members of their community to gather. They are reviving the traditional and history of producing grains to ensure local grains are available and affordable for members of their community.
We are striving to provide our local community access to these wonderful products with true and pure intention. All of our organic grocery items
are offered through plantin’ seeds at wholesale prices to allow affordability to consumers and to facilitate the support of local farmers and growers.
POM'S CABIN FARM
Falls Village, CT
Blueberries, Currants, Raspberries, Tomatoes, Onions, Honey, Beans, Squash, Herbs
Situated along the Housatonic River, the Farm's gardens are sustainably integrated into the landscape. Berries are plentiful from fields of blueberry plants; thick rows of raspberry bushes; currant and elderberry bushes. Fruit and vegetables from the Farm, along with honey, are ingredients sourced for plantin' seeds farm kitchen.
FARMER GROUND FLOUR
Buckwheat & Rye Flours
Farmer Ground is a shared project of Greg Russo, Neal Johnston & Thor Oeschner (of Oeschner Farm.) This team of conscientious friends is working to provide their community with fresh, organic and locally stone ground flours. Using a series of pink granite millstones their milling process is designed to maintain the integrity and nutrition of the whole grain.
MUD CREEK FARM
Mud Creek’s mission states that the farm is “Connecting you more deeply with the food you eat, the land on which it is grown and the people who grow it.” They are committed to using responsible farming practices to sustain and improve the health and vitality of the soil, air, water, plants, animals and people they feed.
WILD HIVE FARM
Clinton Corners, NY
Cracked Corn & Farro
Wild Hive is dedicated to creating high quality grain products from the region of which they are grown. They stone grind organic and heritage grains in small batches to provide the freshest products, while creating a “sustainable regional grain based
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CAYUGA PURE ORGANICS
Pinto, White, Black Turtle, Fresh Dry Beans; Farro
Cayuga Pure Organics' mission is to create a “working food system” to nurture the health of our bodies, our communities and the planet we live on. Their beanery is a passive geothermal net-zero building. There are no “processes” used other than the natural heat of the ground (approx. 50 degrees Fahrenheit)
HIGHLAND VALLEY APIARIES
This apiary is a small, family run business. Their apiary locations are selected for their abundance and variety of natural floral sources. They pride themselves on keeping the healthiest bees free from chemicals and antibiotics to produce the
best honey possible.
Thor Oeschner started their 600 acre certified organic farm in 1993. He has been instrumental in reviving local organic grain production
throughout the region.
PIONEER VALLEY POPCORN
Pioneer Valley Popcorn is a 9-acre farm that grows a beautiful white-low hull non-GMO popcorn. They are a 3-generation farm growing seeds conventionally
CONNECTICUT WILD HARVEST FINE TEAS
This company was “born out of a deep respect for the healing gifts that can be found in nature, and a desire to bring together a mix of the best ingredients in the world to support health and overall wellness.” Wild Harvest creates small-batch,
hand-mixed dried teas to provide
the highest quality organic teas.
MEAD'S MAPLE SYRUP
Winter Mead II, of Canaan, CT, with the support and help of his family, produces pure, sweet maple syrup right in our backyard.
COFFEE, TEA, ETC.
Coffee, Tea & Hot Chocolate
Mission: “To bring farmers and consumers closer by educating both sides.” They purchase products from very carefully selected farmers and pay them a fair price that will allow them to live with dignity and to provide for their families.