Tolland-Grown

Support local businesses by visiting Tolland farms and farm stands for a variety of locally-grown produce, meats, eggs and other items. 

Autumn Oak Farms

Michael & Megan Grogan 212 Buff Cap Road 860.942.3537 autumnoakfarms@gmail.com Monday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Facebook: Autumnoakfarms | Farm store / stand open during growing season 7 days a week. Self-serve. Products include seasonal vegetables, honey, eggs, canned goods and firewood. | MAP

Brookside Acres

Joe Matties |124 Browns Bridge Road 860.871.7510 | Pasture raised beef and pork. No added hormones or antibiotics. Our animals are raised on a vegetarian diet with free access to pasture and water at all times. Locally USDA butchered.  Call about sides of beef or pork. Also available in retail cuts at Brookside Garden Center at 46 Hartford Turnpike. | MAP 

Johnny Appleseed’s Farm

Kim Shores | 244 Hartford Turnpike (Rt. 30) | 860.875.1000 | www.johnnyappleseedfarmct.com | Mid/late July – Christmas: daily  9 a.m. – 5 p.m., extended hours in summer & fall. | Farm & farm stand in Tolland. Pick-your-own operations 231 Somers Road (Rt. 83), Ellington and 13 Schoolhouse Road, Ellington. Products:  Seasonal fruits, vegetables, cider, pies & jams. | MAP

Kollas Orchard

David & Janet Kollas 41 New Road 860.871.0120 | www.KollasOrchardCT.com September – February Family farm known for high quality & personal attention. Owners apply their intellect & love of farming to growing (& holding for you) apples which might well become your favorite health food. | MAP 

Little River Natives at Lemek Farm

Jason St. Louis 351 Goose Lane Opens April (weather dependent). Spring: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Summer: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Seasonal farm stand with native vegetables grown at farm & neighboring farms. CSA memberships available. Annual & perennial flowers. Larry’s Berries next store with pick-your-own blueberries & raspberries. | MAP

Palmer Family Farm

Linda Palmer & Peg Sorensen | 584 Sugar Hill Road 860.875.2211 | palmerff@sbcglobal.net Facebook: Palmer Family Farm Open by appointment or at Tolland Famers Market Raise rare CVM/Romeldale sheep for their very fine, soft wool.  Also have Angora rabbits to blend with wool. Products: Yarn, roving, woven items, eggs, freezer lambs on occasion. | MAP

Walt's Bees

Walt Moody 38 Charter Road 860.550.5514 waltmoody@comcast.net Hours by appointment. Pure honey with quality far surpassing that of large commercial packers, produced via small batch craft production, local production at small apiaries in Tolland County. Products include lightly filtered truly local raw honey, hand-made beeswax candles. Services include pollination of local crops, swarm removal, talks & presentations. | MAP

Wright's Orchard and Dried Flower Farm

Todd & Joyclyn Wright | 271 South River Road | 860.872.1665 | www.wrightsorchard.com Monday - Saturday 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  Open late July until Christmas (under normal crop conditions). Pick-your-own apples & pumpkins.Farm stand, dried flower & gift barn.  Small to medium farm with much to offer. Products: Apples, peaches, berries, tomatoes, assorted garden vegetables, mums, pumpkins, jams, pies & more. MAP