Need natural cure for the Coronavirus Blues? Hilltop is not on hold. Social Distancing is easy in the wide open trails and spaces.  The work on the Farm never stops. The views never stop, either. Come and Enjoy the out of doors at Hilltop Farm. 

Work Day - This Saturday, May 16

T here are many reasons you want to get outside. This Saturday there will be a Work Day with Social Distancing. If you go to Hilltop Farm, you will see all the ongoing upkeep and maintenance projects needing attention. Some of the projects that can be completed solo, or in immediate-family groups.

Some of the projects include - Waterproof Benches, Painting fences and the inside of the Farm Store. We need help in cleaning out the Creamery basement, as well as, painting the shelving and furniture for the Creamery. For those who want to do more physical outside work, we need help in mulching in the Orchard Area and clearing brush around the Bull Barn and the Calf Barn.

Workdays start at 8:00 am and runs until Noon. Bring your own work gloves and perhaps a friend!
The Community Garden at Hilltop 

The FOFAH volunteers plan to open the plots for planting around May 20th, which is consistent with previous years.  Currently, FOFAH is developing a plan that will emphasize social distancing and safe conduct in the community garden. 

There may be a few plots remaining unassigned. If you are interested in a plot please submit an application found at  

Yoga at the Farm

Are you interested in participating in Sunday Yoga at the Farm? Our Yoga Teacher, Allison, is interested in returning and leading yoga sessions again this summer. Please call 860-758-0668, if you are interested in participating. 
Hilltop Farm - East Open Space 

Hilltop Farm is seeing an increase in visitors. That is wonderful and we welcome you!

Through donations and volunteers' constant efforts, FOFAH has created a place for everyone to enjoy. We ask that you respect the farming and gardening programs that are on-going on at Hilltop.

Please remember as a working farm in addition to the Community Garden, we produce crops such as hay, honey, and have several subleases with local farmers. 
Only farm vehicles and equipment are allowed to drive on the laneways. 

For everyone's pleasure and safety, please abide by the guidelines and rules posted in the kiosk at the South Entrance Driveway.  Your thoughtful actions on the foot trails have allowed FOFAH to keep the trails open  (under current local, state and federal guidelines). 

FOFAH is an all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to restoring Hilltop Farm into an educational and recreational resource for the community. All donations go to the improvement of the farm. Many thanks to the volunteers for their dedication and community support that has allowed FOFAH to advance the restoration of the Hilltop Farmstead.