Falls Brook Organic Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm located on the old Sterling and
Harding homesteads in Lyme, CT.  Our farm is on land that was originally settled in the late
1600's and farmed continuously into the 1930's. We now grow vegetables, herbs and flowers,
including many heirloom and unusual varieties chosen for their superior flavor and keeping
qualities.

We are a small farm with just an acre in production this year. But our approach is intensive, which
means we produce a surprising quantity and variety of good food.  We sell primarily direct to
people who visit our farm stand and we also supply a number of great restaurants in this area.

Visitors are always welcome and we encourage everyone who comes to our farm stand to take the
opportunity to tour the greenhouses and fields, or to sit by the pond.  Vegetables and herbs are
harvested daily, and we will also pick to order.

Directions to our farm :
from Old Lyme ( I- 95 exit 70 ) :    
Take route 156  approximately four and a half miles 'till the
woods open up on your right and Tiffany dairy Farms emerge ( large fields, silos, cows, milking
sheds ).  Take an immediate right onto Sterling City Rd.  Go a little over a half a mile and you will
see our sign on the right.   The address is 116 Sterling City Rd.  Turn right into the driveway and
you will see our white farm barn at  the top of the slope.  Parking is on the left in the field.  (Click
on the Yahoo link below for a printable map)

Please call us at (860) 434 -4324 for any questions or information we have not provided here, or
email us at
info@fallsbrookorganic.com.

We look forward to meeting you,

Michael Newburg and Amelia Hunt
Falls Brook Organic Farm
We are very sorry to disappoint all of our loyal and enthusiastic friends and customers, but
because of health problems we are not growing this year, and will not be open to the public.  We
hope to resume farming in the spring of 2009.

In the meantime, we will be planting cover crops and otherwise working to improve the health of
our farm's soil.  It,  too, can use a bit of a rest.

Many Thanks,
Michael & Amelia