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Farm Resources
Farms and farmland remain prominent in many Connecticut towns including East Windsor.  Agriculture is an integral part of the Town's landscape and overall economic picture.  The Town of East Windsor understands the importance that agricultural activities provide, not only the benefits of locally grown produce and plants, but also in providing open space and wildlife habitats.  The Town of East Windsor is currently working towards Farm Friendly regulations and a Right To Farm Ordinance to help in the preservation of farming.  The Natural Resources and Preservation Committee (NRPC), a subcommittee of the Inland Wetland and Watercourses/Conservation Commission, has been working with Town staff over the last couple of years on a Agricultural Viability Grant.  This grant entails taken inventory of farmland throughout the Town and researching how best to preserve highly valued farmland within this community.  We hope this page offers a way for farmers and those residents interested in helping to preserve farms by providing links to a multitude of useful information such as grants, links to farming information and state and federal agencies.   

Resource Listing-Training & Education, Technical Resources and Funding & Grants from the publication "Planning for Agriculture: A Guide For Connecticut Municipalities" created from the American Farmland Trust and Connecticut conference of Municipalities
Appendix D - Resources - Planning for Agriculture.xls
Ct Dept of Agriculture
American Farmland Trust
Connecticut Farm Bureau
Connecticut Farmland Trust
Farmland Information Center
Natural Resources Conservation Service
The Trust for Public Land
Us Department of Agriculture (USDA)
UCONN Extension System
Connecticut Farm Risk Management and Crop Insurance Website


CT Department of Agriculture
165 Capital Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Phone:  (860) 713-2506
Fax: (860) 713-2515


Conservation Options For Connecticut Farmland
Planning For Agriculture Guide
Agricultural Conservation Easements
Ag Conservation Easments_06-2008.pdf
Agriculture, Forestry and Wetlands Protection in Wetlands
Conservation: An Investment That Pays
Agricultural Economic Development
FS_Ag Economic Development_9-98.pdf
Preservation Options Presentation
Preservation Options Presentation Outline 3_09.pdf