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Seed & Spoon at Husky Meadow Farms

Seed & Spoon occupies a unique space – situated in the less-travelled and pristine Northwest corner
– it is at once an organic working farm and a place where a lucky few can come for weekend and
mid-week stays in charming accommodations. Beginning May and continuing through the end of
October, Tracy and her team welcome up to ten guests (five parties of two) for farm stays. Seed &
Spoon is all about the people who want to really share their deep knowledge of food and farming, a
place where the food they grow is transformed by chef and guests alike into meals that are delicious
and fill the soul, and where friendships are made and sustained, because there just isn’t anything
else quite like it. Guests participate in activities based on a specific theme such as discovering wild
edibles, creating a kitchen garden, homesteading, or other activities that naturally take place on a
farm at any given time.

26 Doolittle Drive Norfolk, CT 06058
(860) 540-4757
https://seedandspoon.com/

Mahogany Lifestyle

This boutique-styled company creates memorable indoor or outdoor picnics. Mahogany Lifestyle caters to all small and intimate group gatherings. Their company is dedicated to creating unique, custom, and creative, unforgettable experiences. They combine their expertise with their clients’ vision to transform spaces and create life long memories.for

Mahogany Lifestyle
475-258-7170
Instagram: @mahoganylifestyle

Pond Mountain Natural Area

This natural area, maintained by Pond Mountain Trust (PMT), is the enduring legacy of the late Myra H. Hopson. Established by Miss Hopson in 1966, the Trust administers nearly 800 acres in Kent, CT.

Pond Mountain Natural Area is open daily from sunrise to sunset. We hope that you will come often to enjoy its unspoiled beauty.

Pond Mountain Trust
120 Fuller Mountain Rd.
860-927-3827

Macedonia Brook State Park

The 2,300-acre Macedonia Brook State Park originated with a 1,552-acre gift from the White Memorial Foundation of Litchfield in 1918. The park’s exciting terrain has resulted from the slow wearing down of its hard rock formation base. The Blue Trail crosses Cobble Mountain and several other peaks, offering outstanding views of the Catskills and Taconics. Numerous springs and streams add to the pleasure of hiking.

Macedonia Brook State Park

159 Macedonia Brook Rd.

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