The holiday open house is over. The Aitkenheads are back home.
But Wakeman Town Farm is hardly settling down for a long winter’s nap.
There’s plenty going on at the sustainability center on Cross Highway.
Spring session activities include garden planning, seed starting and planting, garden preparation and maintenance, and composting. Students also help care for chickens, rabbits and bees. (Enrollment is very limited — for more information click here, call 203-557-9195, or email email@example.com)
Orders are still being taken for the winter Community Supported Agriculture program. Run through Winter Sun Farms, the CSA works with small local farms to distribute to distribute delicious frozen and preserved vegetables and fruit.
Members pay in advance for “winter shares.” Pickup is the 2nd Thursday of every month (1-7 p.m.), now through April. (For more information or to join, click here.)
Also in the works: a new WTF website. And a membership program, offering advance sign-up privileges for programs and events, plus discounts.
Finally, this news: Carrie Aitkenhead has ordered 7 gorgeous baby chicks — all different breeds. They’ll arrive in April.
There is indeed plenty new under the Wakeman Town Farm sun. Even if, in winter, it’s up for only a few hours a day.