A recent autism study found that pregnant women who lived near farms where pesticides were used had a two-thirds higher risk of having children with autism.
Connecticut farms across the state that experienced weather damage over the summer are sharing $4.9 million in emergency state assistance.
Federal officials estimate about $1.8-million worth of farm buildings were lost in Connecticut because of the blizzard.
By Dani Frank A scenic sleigh ride is the perfect activity to celebrate winter in your area. Connecticut in the summer is a verdant landscape of flowers enjoyed by all, particularly deer. Come fall, flowers […]
With few slaughterhouses in New England equipped to process beef on a large scale, Paul Miller ships cattle from his dairy farm in eastern Connecticut about 300 miles to a meatpacker in Pennsylvania.
The Connecticut House has passed a bill allowing farmers to pay only one local health permit fee to sell their goods at farmers markets throughout the state.
An organizer of a Connecticut winter market is advising New England farmers to not ignore the business potential of the coldest season of the year.