Living Well in Litchfield County, Connecticut

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Faces, places, treasures, and trends that caught our attention



Check out our list of fun things to do in Litchfield County this July.
Join us on Sunday, September 15, for Savor Litchfield, the culinary event of the year at South Farms in Morris!
Situated atop a forested ridge in Kent, and overlooking the resplendent hills surrounding Lake Waramaug, lies a special tucked-away home shaded by white birch trees.
While maintaining his corporate position as global manager in the specialty chemical industry, Gabriel began his barbeque side hustle.
This past May, 200 middle and high school students from sixteen regional public and private schools gathered at the Troutbeck Resort in Amenia for the third annual Troutbeck Symposium.
Bison is high in protein and iron, much lower in fat than beef and as much as 30 percent lower in fat than skinless chicken.
Scott Thyberg decided it was time to create a home for Dansereye, and that it should include an intimate amphitheater with natural features.
Today WFM hosts five concerts per year: the New Year’s concert and, during the summer, four additional performances at Washington’s historic Congregational Church.
Arethusa Farm
We’ve put together a list of 100 things to do this summer—whether you live or vacation here—these are ways to make the most of your summer!
Paul Pearson, the head chef at the White Hart Inn shares some of his faves in Litchfield County.
Under the direction of new culinary director—and celebrity chef—Tyler Anderson, and executive chef Ryan Connelly, Ore Hill has hit its stride. 
Fish and cheese are not known to “go together” but when the fishmonger falls in love with the cheesemonger, what do you expect.
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